Paf Gaming To Add DFS To Offering With Scout Gaming Platform
The debate if Daily Fantasy Sports is nothing more than real money gambling is still up in the air. The last couple of years have seen the likes of DraftKings and FanDuel having to come to the realization that regulation will almost certainly be the norm and the days of getting away from being associated with real money gambling are over.
DFS companies are now being considered by some forward thinking casino operators as an excellent player acquisition tool especially for the millennial audiences who enjoy DFS. Finnish state-owned gambling operator Paf seems to have realized this as they have just signed a deal with Malta Based Scout Gaming Group which will see Paf offer the Scout Gaming DFS platform to its existing betting services which include casino, poker and bingo.
Paf chose Scout Gaming after a review of other suppliers. Commenting on the partnership, Paf’s Director of Games Kim Johannson said, ”As a good cause company we choose our partners carefully. In Scout Gaming Group we feel we have found a good and flexible partner to take us into the DFS area. We strongly believe that DFS will see significant growth in the years to come and we are happy to be ahead of our competitors and offer this product to our Betting and Sports interested customers.”
Scout Gaming CEO Andreas Ternstrom gave his comments on the new venture,” There’s a rapidly growing interest in fantasy sports betting, and we are delighted that Paf chose Scout as their provider of a new fantasy sports platform.”