Swedish B2B fantasy sports and pool betting provider, Scout Gaming, has pre-released its proprietary builtplayer odds sportsbook’ alongside cross-selling tool, Betflex, on FanTeam.com, its partner website.

The unique solution is targeted on cross-selling, both to and from traditional match and player odds sportsbooks as well as daily fantasy sports (DFS).

Unique solution:

Scout Gaming has launched the unique solution that makes it possible for customers to wager on the individual fantasy points of the players collected during DFS games. Additionally, Betflex enhances partner cross-sell opportunities, enabling customers to bet on the outcome of specific contests, single game and event formats, with the operator referencing player datapoints to set odds pricings.

In the official press release, Chief Product Officer for Scout Gaming, Andreas Sundal, explained…

“Our in-house developed Player odds sportsbook opens the ability to bet on different fantasy points related outcomes. In essence, this is a true player focused experience were you both can bet on the winner in a versus duel as well as over or under. We wanted to capture the possibility to play on an individual player’s overall performance during the game as a complement to the traditional sportsbook offer within the operators.

We are working intensively with player related games where we combine and use our in-house stats and pricing towards both traditional wagering-related games and pool betting. Betflex is our tool for connecting the associated games and provide the user with tailor suited bets based on his selections and predictions. Clients will be able to use Betflex for a multiple of cross-selling opportunities both within our product offering as well as other connected supplier’s.”

Premier League:

Late last month, Scout broke new ground with its €250,000 guaranteed prize pool season game for Premier League. The competition promises to pay out 1,250 prizes, with the 1st place winner securing €50,000. The tournament is available for Scout Gaming clients in the world-wide network.

Big Win:

Just prior to the launch of its Fantasy Premier league season game, in June the company repeated last year’s victory at EGR by winning “Fantasy Sports Supplier of the year” 2019 edition.

MGA licensing:

Scout was recently granted permission from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) to offer operators that are licensed under the MGA its newly developed products. And, as part of its strategy to offer additional sports-related services, the company expects to launch several new games during the second half of the year.

A licensed and regulated provider of B2B Daily Fantasy Sports and pool betting, the Stockholm-headquartered company offers a customizable and flexible network-based Fantasy Sports solution, which, through an in-house StatCenter, provides support for a majority of sports and leagues, as well as real-time info to players.

The Swedish firm operates in Bergen, Norway and Lviv, Ukraine, with product management and support handled by its Malta office.