Fantasy sports developer Scout Gaming Group has signed a Mexican licensing agreement with the Logrand Entertainment Group.  

The licence, which will give Logrand the rights to use its complete fantasy sports platform, is regarded by Scout Gaming as an important strategic development.  

It is expected that the Mexican operator will launch the Scout Gaming products on their Strendus brand during the first half of 2019, but before the launch, Scout Gaming have said that they will offer additional content including new sports and extra leagues.  

Commenting on the deal, the Chief Executive of Scout Gaming, Andreas Ternstrom, said that the Mexican market was a good fit with both the US and Latin American markets: 

“We are really pleased with this deal, making us enter into the Mexican market. We see big potential in the region and is proud to be chosen by Logrand, which is one of the leading Mexican brands.” 

The deal will further strengthen Scout Gaming’s position in the competitive fantasy sports market, and it will also provide a boost for Logrand. The Mexican operator has a workforce of 3,500, and operates 14 casinos and 6,000 gaming terminals in a variety of locations throughout the country. Offering a fantasy sports product will enable them to diversify their platform and to attract new customers, while  Scout Gaming will be hoping that a larger network will lead to bigger prize pools, as they attempt to secure a dominant position in the global market.  

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Published by Andie Hughes

Based in England, Andie Hughes is a freelance betting writer with over a decade of experience in the industry. Andie has written for ESPN, Betfair, Sporting Life, and Boylesports, and can be contacted at

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