Scout Gaming Group, a licensed and regulated business to business (B2B) fantasy sports and betting provider, partnered up with iGaming software provider Digitain, under which Scout Gaming will distribute the products of Digitain, according to a press release.
“Digitain is among one of the largest platform providers and will make a great potential contribution to our network,” said Andreas Ternström, the CEO of Scout Gaming Group. “This clearly states that Scout Gaming is the first-hand choice when it comes to fantasy-related products,” the CEO added.
“We are continuously looking to improve our product offering and have found that Scout Gaming has a proven capability of providing fantasy sports games with a global network and therefore is experienced partner to launch and expand Digitain’s fantasy sports offering,” said Suren Khachatryan, the CCO of Digitain. “Scout Gaming’s fantasy sports solution will be provided along with our in-house developed and managed sportsbook solution,” the Digitain COO added.
Digitain started out as a national lottery in Armenia in 1999, before becoming a multi-channel iGaming software provider in the online, hand-held and land-based industries. Digitain integrates sportsbook, casino, live dealer and virtual sports modules. The company says its portfolio includes an “extensive” payment gateway and a “dedicated” non-stop customer support service.
Scout Gaming Group handles its sales, support and product management from its Maltese office, it is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and has operations in Bergen, Norway, and Lviv, Ukraine, and is listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange.