BetConstruct to Partner With Pro Football Hall of Fame

This week gaming platform group BetConstruct announced this week that they're entering agreements with the Atlantis Gaming Corporation and the Pro Football Hall of Fame and will look to build a fantasy sports experience with the group moving forward.

The agreement will see the groups developing a customizable fantasy sports product using BetConstruct's platform and the Hall of Fame's branding, which will give credibility to the product in an already saturated market. The Hall of Fame is located in Canton, Ohio and serves as a shrine of American Football, where the best players of the game are given busts and featured on-site for visitors to learn about.

Formal details on the product haven't been announced, but the parties have started commenting, with Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker saying, "The Pro Football Hall of Fame is pleased to be exploring how a partnership in the gaming industry can support its important mission to Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values and Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE."

BetConstruct's Head of US Operations Jonathan Aiwazian added: "We are thrilled to provide our fantasy sports technology for this exciting venture with the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Tribal Gaming Network. Through BetConstruct's world-class fantasy sports platform, the leverage of the Tribal Gaming Network, and the trusted brand of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, this partnership will deliver a truly exceptional fantasy sports experience to players."

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10 April 2019 - 6:11pm
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We know fantasy football is huge in US so I guess there's always a market for yet another fantasy sport product, by the way it seems a good idea(at least to me) BetConstruct have decided to partner with football Hall of Fame...that looks to be a different approach than the rest anyway.

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10 April 2019 - 6:40pm
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I think the fantasy stuff will be dying when more states get real sportsbetting. It's at least good to see that companies are trying to diversify with their fantasy stuff though, as it may give it a bit of extra life.

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11 April 2019 - 5:45pm
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I've had never considered it from that angle Slim,.
I thought the fantasy play has so deep roots in US that most of the punters would stick to it(at least initially) no matter if sportsbetting being legalized but it seems to me you may be right about that..maybe many of them would be divided which way to go...

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12 April 2019 - 5:00pm
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I think most would opt for the traditional sportsbetting angle, as it's easier to do. The fantasy stuff grants such an edge to those that do the research that I don't see it being a major thing when the easier option gets there.

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12 April 2019 - 6:33pm
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That's quite a reasonable point there Slim..
I've had never been a fantasy player myself although I'm relatively aware what it is ....thought there's some sites or other helping articles or videos that could possibly beeing of service to the fantasy punters especially when it's about NFL or college football having in mind the so largest squads there.

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