Betano expands into fantasy sports with Scout Gaming deal

| By Marese O'Hagan
Fantasy sports business Scout Gaming has announced the addition of Kaizen Gaming-owned Betano to its operating network, allowing Betano to offer fantasy sports for the first time.
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As part of the deal, Scout Gaming will offer its fantasy sports and fantasy player odds to Betano customers.

“We are extremely proud to be able to increase our global reach with our fantasy and sportsbook products by entering the Brazilian market together with our valuable partner Kaizen Gaming,” said Andreas Sundal, chief product officer at Scout Gaming.

“South America is a highly interesting market when it comes to both fantasy and sports betting, and we are very happy to be working Betano, one of the most established and popular brands in the market.”

“This forms part of wider efforts to grow our product range and enter more markets.”

This partnership will allow Betano players to play and bet on fantasy sports for the first time.

“We want to offer our players the most comprehensive sportsbook experience, and the addition of fantasy sports and fantasy player odds from Scout Gaming allows us to do just that,” said John Tsakalakis, sportsbook product manager of Kaizen.

“We are excited to expand our partnership with Scout Gaming in LatAm, a region where we strengthen our presence day by day.”

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