ComeOn to Offer DFS Platform From Scout Gaming Group

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Internet casino group ComeOn has announced that they've struck a deal with the Scout Gaming Group that will see the former offering a Daily Fantasy Sports product powered by the latter.

The agreement will see the Scout powering the DFS platform, allowing punters the chance to put together a roster of players in a particular sport, winning money if their performance beats out other players. The product is expected to be launched sometime in the second quarter, with the goal offering the service before the 2018 World Cup.

Commenting on the agreement ComeOn COO Heidi Skogster said, "We strive to always be at pole position with our product offering. Scout Gaming's DFS platform is well aligned with that ambition and will be a great complement to ComeOn's existing sports offering."

Scout Gaming CEO Andreas Ternstrom also commented, noting: "The fact that ComeOn, a leading well-recognized and innovative player, chooses to integrate Scout Gaming's product is a receipt that our product and DFS vertical will continue its establishment in Europe."

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22 March 2018 - 6:14pm

In my opinion the DFS is not so huge in Europe as in the States but that just means there's a margin for growth really and I think it would be a nice addition to the ComeOn offerings to implement it just before the World Cup.