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Internet casino service provider Scout Gaming has announced this week that they've signed an agreement with Luckia and will deploy their daily fantasy sports platform to the operator as a result.
The agreement will see the full DFS platform being offered to Luckia's customers, with an expected launch around the start of the World Cup this week. Daily fantasy sports allow players to assemble a roster of players using a salary. Teams that perform best end up winning cash prizes. Luckia is a prominent betting group, having a presence in Colombia, Chile, Spain, Portugal, and more.
Commenting on the agreement Scout Gaming CEO Andreas Ternstrom said, "Luckia is among the bigger operators in for us very attractive markets. They will bring additional liquidity to our sport network was well as they will widen Scout Gaming geographical markets further. They have an extended history of providing games both in physical form and online and I'm honored that they have chosen our product."
Luckia's Online Director Jaume Moragues added: "We are very happy to reach an agreement with Scout Gaming. We are looking forward to add the fantasy game to our current portfolio and start a successful business partnership with them."