Stockholm-listed fantasy sports provider Scout Gaming has entered into an agreement with Scientific Games’ SG Digital division.

The agreement will see Scout Gaming’s products made available to SG Digital’s more than 200 customers, and follows other recent deals with the likes of Expressen, NSoft and FDJ’s B2B arm.

The supplier said that due to the uncertain timetable of the uptake of its products by SG Digital’s operator partners, it is unable to provide guidance on what impact the deal will have on 2019 revenue.

In related news, Scout Gaming has been granted another license by the Malta Gaming Authority to enable the company to provide betting-related services to operators licensed in the jurisdiction.

As a part of the company’s strategy to offer additional sport related services, a host of new games are expected to be launched by Scout Gaming during the second half of the year. The company first received a license in Malta in 2014.

“Our player pricing is the foundation of additional odds related products, a prerequisite for launching these in Europe has been a license,” said Scout Gaming CEO Andreas Ternstrom. “Hence, I’m happy that we now can initiate the roll out. We already have a couple of current clients showing interest in this and one of the products is now live on the Indian market.”

Shares in Scout Gaming Group AB (STO:SCOUT) were trading down 3.70 per cent at SEK23.40 per share in Stockholm Monday morning.