Norwegian B2B Fantasy Sports and pool betting provider, Scout Gaming has inked a license agreement with leading provider of innovative and efficient turnkey solutions, Knockout Gaming. The Isle of Man-based company has a presence in the U.S. and Europe and enjoys multi-jurisdictional status as well.
New year access:
Knockout Gaming’s brands are expected to gain access to Scout Gaming’s products during the first half of 2019.
Commenting on the licensing deal via the official press release…
Chief Executive Officer for Scout Gaming, Andreas Ternström said…
“This confirms the interest for our products. Knockout is currently running multiple white label brands and will be a great contribution to the network. This deal is especially interesting given their American heritage.”
“establish a shared liquidity network”
Explaining the significance of the partnership agreement, Chief Executive Officer for Knockout Gaming, Gray Knight said…
“From our perspective, it is easy to see the potential for Fantasy Sports in Europe, as well as other emerging markets worldwide. When we look into the supplier market, Scout Gaming is the clear leader at the moment. We look at this partnership as a great opportunity to establish a shared liquidity network and leverage the prize pools through the many different brands in our networks.”
It’s been a defining year for Scout, having scored multiple licensing agreements with top operators, and receiving permission from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) to offer its B2B solutions to operators licensed in the UK.
Most recently, the provider signed a similar agreement with tier 1 operator Dafabet giving them access to Scout’s Fantasy Sports platform.
Just prior to that, the Bergan-headquartered company penned a distribution deal with developer and aggregator of third-party content, WeAreCasino.
Rounding out the year’s accomplishments, Scout Gaming was awarded ”Best DFS Product” at SBC Awards 2018.