Betsson Group Partners With Scout Gaming to Provide DFS, Paddy and Hill Want Crown

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Nov/27/2017

Betsson Gets Into the DFS Fray - Betsson Group has joined forces with Scout Gaming to launch its very own Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) platform.

Under the agreement, Scout Gaming will deliver the platform, with Betsson able to offer a complete DFS solution across its subsidiaries and to all customers, according to a report appearing in iGaming Business

Full integration is anticipated by early next year. 

Paddy Power and William Hill Fighting for Australia’s CrownBet - Sources have poured cold water on claims that Irish gambling giant Paddy Power Betfair is vying with William Hill for a deal with Australia’s CrownBet.

Paddy already dominates the Aussie market through its ownership of Sportbet. 

Stocks rose 3.08 per cent to €98.80 in Dublin and by almost 4 per cent in London this past Friday following the news.

“I’m delighted that Betsson Group, one of Europe ́s leading online operators, has chosen Scout Gaming as their supplier. The agreement confirms that Daily Fantasy Sports is rapidly gaining ground and is expected to be the next online gaming growth vertical” says, Scout Gaming CEO, Andreas Ternström.

CrownBet confirmed the talks were ongoing.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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