Degerfeldt will take on the same position with another business but will first serve a notice period of three months.
Scout, which did not disclose the identity of the company that Degerfeldt will join, said it has already begun the process of recruiting a new CFO
“During his time as CFO, Billy has played a key role in building the company from a pre-commercial state to a fast-growing and innovative sports venture with a well-renowned international ownership base,” Scout’s chief executive Andreas Ternstrom said.
“I would like to thank Billy for good cooperation and his valuable contribution to the company’s development over the past four years and wish him best of luck for the future.”
Degerfeldt added: “Scout Gaming is facing an exciting growth journey that just has started, but after more than four developing years as CFO at the company, I have decided that it is time for a new challenge.”
In Q2 of 2021, Scout Gaming Group saw revenue more than double to SEK13.9m (£1.2m/€1.4m/$1.6m), though rising expenses meant losses only dipped slightly.