Scout Gaming has been quite busy lately – since June, the org has managed to secure five major agreements, four of which will be part of their real money network. As if that wasn’t enough, they’ve also launched their Sportsbook now, and they’re pretty close to unveiling the results of their partnership with Razer as well.
If you’re not familiar, Scout Gaming is one of the biggest providers of Daily Fantasy Sports, Sportsbook, Fantasy, and other types of sports betting. Their network is the largest real money fantasy game network ever created – and four of its five new partners will be joining up.
One is already live on there, and two are expected to be ready this month. At the time of writing this article, a total of ten operators are active on the SGN, among them Swedish provider ATG, Norwegian operator Norsk Tipping, Estonian providers Olympic Entertainment Group and Golden Matrix Group, a Las Vegas-based provider.
A numbers game
All this is really going to bolster Scout Gaming’s already quite impressive numbers – in August, the company reported $1.6 million in revenue, a whopping 121% more than in August 2020. If you want another impressive number, how about 150 million? That’s the number of Razer users that will soon receive access to Scout Gaming’s products via the app that the two companies have been developing together. Users will be able to connect their RazerID through the app and use Scout’s products (assuming, of course, they meet the eligibility and age criteria).
Andreas Ternström, the CEO of Scout Gaming said:
“It’s with great pride when I recognise the rate at which our team is continuing to push boundaries. We continuously sign and launch operators at a rapid pace whilst executing on an ambitious roadmap. The level at which this company is bringing new products to life is one that I have never seen before. This is owed to the investments made in not only our own technology but the people that create it. It’s taken us a while to get here but in return we are building an extremely strong foundation for continuous growth over many years to come.”
A book worth ‘reading’
Meanwhile, their Sportsbook, built on their own proprietary tech, is live on Fanteam.com and is covering about 20k betting markets, across more than 50 different sports, leagues and countries. Some but not all of these betting markets are based on Player Performance Odds, aka ‘fantasy bets’. They’re exclusive to Scout Gaming, though of course other providers such as (insert providers here) also offer their own version of betting on fantasy esports.
The Scout Sportsbook will be available to various clients and partners, with some of them already live and taking bets from users. More are expected to join up soon – by the end of the year, Scout Gaming is projected to have 15 full partners that will be a part of SGN, as well as several who will also make use of the Sportsbook.