Scout Gaming To Offer DFS From Bravio Technologies

Bravio Technologies has recently agreed with Scout Gaming to deliver its DFS platform to mobile users in the Pan-Asian region. In anticipation of the World Cup in Russia, the company is keen to launch a free-2-play tipping game, whose metrics should accurately calculate engagement before the monetized version. Apart from Daily Fantasy Sports, the deal also inlcudes Pooled Betting games, whose availability is scheduled in time for the start of the Malaysian Cup. A simplified version of Scout’s DFS has already been employed, and the group is now launching the full edition, focusing primarily on English Premiere League season 18/19.

Bravio Technologies share an immense customer base with various telecommunication companies and Mobimedia International, counting more than 1 billion mobile subscribers. On a global scale, the company’s operations are prevalent in numerous world markets, including Europe. Andreas Ternstrom, CEO at Scout Gaming, is excited about the partnership, as it represents the group’s first steps towards a much wider gaming environment such as Pan-Asia. Luckily, the agreement came quite naturally and it will boost the company’s efforts in taking lead position, not only on the old continent, but in other parts of the world as well. Thanks to Bravio, whose continuous distribution of content to various Telecom operators sees an increase in end-users, Scout will have no difficulties in adjusting to new markets.

Furthermore, many operators in Asia require greater access to first class DFS offerings precisely via mobile, in order to grow engagements and expand their entertainment levels. According to the managing director of Bravio, David van Herwaarde, Scout will answer the group’s product demands and help maximizing the opportunities in a market with engaged millenials. The company’s current list of customers include famous brands such as 1XBet, Betsson, Bethard, ComeOn, GoFantasy and more.

The operator has almost 60 employees and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Development teams are located in Bergen, Norway and Lviv, Ukraine. However, sales, support and product management is handled from the office in Malta.