Boiler’s Predictions About the Future of Daily Fantasy Sports Sparks Interest by Top Gaming Operators

A few weeks ago we shared the insights from Oulala’s Valery Bollier as he won the new ICE VOX Prophet Competition. Boiler is the CEO and Co-founder at OulalaGames, a Fantasy Football game operator that is making strides to capitalize on the future with this exciting new platform.

Boilers predictions on the future is the adaptation of a strategy in the iGaming sector to a millennial generation. In recent developments it seems operator are taking these predictions to heart which can be seen in Unibet’s launch of a new Daily Fantasy Sports platform.  Currently the operator is in Bet-Testing stage with the help of selected players. Plans of its launch has not yet been announced but this move shows that operators are looking to move into other areas to broaden their audience sector.

Further research has shown that additional operators are also testing the DFS waters. Winamax and Vivarobet have already launched their DFS games while Paf has agreed a partnership to enter the daily fantasy sports (DFS) market with Malta-licensed platform provider Scout Gaming Group.

There are even more big players in the game coming to terms the Daily Fantasy Sports is the future as William Hill and Betclick are making plans to launch their own versions of DFS. Following closely behind is SkyBet, as the operators CEO commented in an interview in regards to DFS and the many changes ahead in the future, they are looking at,

“benefits that gives us an opportunity to experiment with Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) products, so that if that ever became a growth area, we could quite quickly bring our knowledge and player base from the free games into DFS.”

As for Oulala, the company continues to be a trailblazer in the iGaming sector, recently becoming the first official controlled B2B skill games licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The Malta Gaming Authority issued the licensing under the new skill gaming regulations which provides a framework for player protection and game fairness.

Benjamin Carlotti, one of the co-founders commented on the new licensing saying,

”The authorities in Malta were the first in foretelling the impact of DFS’s potential in Europe, and the MGA was in fact the first regulator to acknowledge our needs.”  ”We are incredibly proud to be participating in the development of a licensing framework that regulates skill-based games, fantasy sports included. This was a highly significant step in the right direction, and our hope is that other European regulators will soon follow suit.”

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