UK bookie bet365 have teamed up with Scout Gaming Group to launch a brand new fantasy football game ahead of the upcoming Premier League season.
bet365 Launch New Fantasy Football Game
Sports betting operator bet365 have teamed up with Scout Gaming Group in a brand new fantasy football partnership. Together they have launched a new, free-to-play, season-long fantasy football game with a £500,000 prize pool.
The new game has been launched ahead of the upcoming 2023/24 Premier League season, and is now live to play.
Managers are able to select their teams at any time, and can continue to make changes right up until the first game of the Premier League season. The first game of the 2023/34 Premier League sees newly promoted Burnley host the current Premier League champions, Manchester City on Friday 11th August.
The £500,000 prize pool is up for grabs for the top 10,000 ranking users, with the overall outright winner guaranteed a top prize of £50,000. In addition to this, an extra £65,000 in monthly prizes will be up for grabs for the top 1,000 ranking managers each month.
A spokesperson for bet365 has revealed that the UK bookmaker are delighted with the new partnership and are looking forward to the new fantasy football game courtesy of bet365 and Scout Gaming Group:
“The partnership with SGG has provided bet365 with an excellent, multi-country fantasy product and we’re delighted to deliver a season-long fantasy football game to our customers.
“We’re excited to see how the season develops and which managers can land the monthly and outright cash prizes.”
Furthermore, Araz Heydariyehzadeh, the COO at Scout Gaming Group, added:
“We’re incredibly proud to have collaborated with bet365 on a game of this magnitude and quality. The support from numerous teams at bet365 has been outstanding throughout and continues to grow.
“Free-to-play games can be highly effective as part of a structured conversion strategy and with fantasy games proven ability to retain users and drive extra yields from sportsbook customers, we are very excited about the potential outcome and performance of the project.”