Scout Gaming signs B2B esports deal with

29 April 2020

Scout Gaming Group has further enhanced its presence in the esports market by entering into a B2B partnership with the platform.

Under the agreement, Scout will deliver its free-to-play platform with coverage of titles such as Dota, eFotball, League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. plans to begin integrating Scout’s fantasy esports offering in the coming weeks, with the aim of launching the service before the summer.

The platform allows fans of esports teams to compete against each other across mulitple titles, as well as get the latest news and access behind the scenes content.

“We see an optimal strategic fit with Scout Gaming’s software; we’re thrilled to give esports fans an opportunity to try their hand at what it’s like to scout and manage a team during live events,” GLHF chief product officer Ace St. Germain said.

“Esports fans know so much about their favourite players, teams, match ups, and the game meta. We’re excited to partner with a platform, which put all that esports knowledge into a competitive environment.”

Scout’s chief executive Andreas Ternstrom added: “Our roll out of esports content has received very positive feedback, from end users and partners alike and I’m therefore very glad to announce this partnership. 

“GLHF have from inception been focused on building highly engaging products that create value for esports teams and their fans. They are one of the most successful organisations of its kind and we are delighted to support their continued growth journey.”

The partnership comes following the launch of Scout's new esports betting offering across its network of partners earlier this month.

The platform will support a wide range of esports titles such as Fifa, NBA 2K, Virtual Formula 1, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, and Dota 2. Betting options available to customers will include player matchup, player performance odds and a new sports jackpot game.