Scout Gaming strikes follow-up deal with Norwegian NRK

TAGs: NRK AS, Scout Gaming Group

Scout Gaming Group has entered into a follow-up agreement with Norwegian NRK AS, Norway’s public service radio and television, as well as the country’s largest television channel, for delivery of Winter Sports platform.

Scout Gaming strikes follow-up deal with Norwegian NRKThe agreement stipulates that Scout Gaming will provide a free-to-play platform for NRK targeting a couple of winter sports for the coming season. The agreement also includes an option for a wider co-operation for winter season 2019/2020.

“The fact that NRK chooses to continue with its Fantasy Sports venture is very pleasing. The summer’s initial trial for the World Cup was very successful and NRK, together with Norwegian TV2, had over 100,000 players active on Scout Gaming’s platform. The interest for our games gradually increases and I am pleased that NRK chooses to expand the cooperation.”

“NRK is a leading sport producer and I’am particularly proud to be able to offer an engaging and entertaining product to NRK’s users. It is also encouraging that we are, once again, gaining confidence from a state-owned player, since many of our prioritized customers are in that segment, “commented Scout Gaming’s CPO, Andreas Sundal.

For additional information, please contact:
Andreas Sundal, CPO
Tel: +47 408 50 013
E-mail: [email protected]

About Scout Gaming Group
Scout Gaming Group is a licensed and regulated provider of B2B Daily Fantasy Sports and pool betting. The company offers a flexible and customizable network based Fantasy Sports solution with support for most sports and leagues through an in-house statcenter which also provides real-time information to players. Local sports can be provided on request. The Group has approximately 70 staff and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden with development and operations in Bergen, Norway and Lviv, Ukraine. Sales, support and product management is handled from the office in Malta. Scout Gaming is listed on Nasdaq First North.


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