Scout Gaming has entered into an agreement with Skylands Events and University Sports & Entertainment, a Florida-based company.
The Scout Gaming platform empowers partners like the Frontier Baseball League to tap into the fast-growing sports wagering segment by offering a fun, next-generation ‘sportsbetting-like’ experience without the involvement of real money.
The New Jersey Jackals and Sussex County Miners are both members of the Frontier Baseball League. The Jackals play their home games at the award-winning Yogi Berra Stadium in Little Falls, NJ. The Miners play their home games at the Skylands Stadium in Sussex, NJ. Since their inception in 1998, more than one million fans have attended the Jackals baseball games.
The partnership with Scout will unlock fan engagement for the Jackals and the Miners on a 24/7 basis. Through the Social Sportsbook platform Jackals and Miners Fans will be able to immerse themselves in a familiar, play for fun sports betting experience.
Andreas Ternström, Chief Executive Officer at Scout Gaming, said: “We are thrilled to have partnered with Skylands and to be offering our products to the Jackals and the Miners. Social sports betting and daily fantasy presents a huge opportunity for minor leagues to monetize at scale.
“Our products have been designed to deliver a fun and thrilling player experience that also takes engagement with the sport and the team to the next level. The Jackals and the Miners will be able to leverage this to unlock new and exciting revenue opportunities.”
Al Dorso at Skylands Events and University Sports & Entertainment, said: “We understand the huge potential sports betting offers minor league teams when it comes to accessing new revenue streams and this deal with Scout Gaming will allow the Jackals and the Miners to do just that.
“Scout Gaming’s Social Sportsbook is an incredible product and offers a truly engaging wagering experience without the need for customers to bet with real money. I am positive that fans of the Jackals and Miners will find it adds another level of excitement to watching the game.”