Scout Gaming Reach Agreement With eFanGage

Scout Gaming, a fantasy sports and sports betting startup, revealed this week that it has reached an agreement with software systems provider eFanGage.

The partnership will see eFanGage develop a Free To Play (F2P) Fantasy sports software solution that will be used as a customer sociability, engagement, retention, and reward tool both online and in physical locations of sports and entertainment venues.

Users will be able to access socialised fantasy sports and sportsbook goods, participate in various contests, and interact with the product in a variety of ways in order to earn rewards in the form of branded virtual money. These can be redeemed for benefits, discounts, consumables, and other items either online or in person at participating Venues.

Ground breaking ideas

Scout Gaming’s CEO, Andreas Ternström, said: I’m glad that we can add another deal with our new social sportsbook. Arthur Backal (eFanGage Co-founder) is well-reputed in the hospitality sector and his ideas with eFanGage are groundbreaking.”

Backal responded: “We are happy to reach an agreement with Scout Gaming after we selected them as a preferred supplier late last year. We will deliver innovative technology containing a flexible gaming platform to enable social engagement towards our assets, including restaurants, bars, and other venues. As sports betting arises sharply across the country, we see this as a perfect bridge for us to onboard new fans and participants.”

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