Oulala and Marsbet Shake Hands in New PartnershipPublished October 23, 2017 by Sol FH
Oulala planning to make moves to European and Brazilian markets thanks to a new partnership with Marsbet.
For some time, B2B provider Oulala has had aspirations to take its daily fantasy sports offerings to European and Brazilian markets. With a new deal, Oulala will be bringing its football management game to new markets, within the popular Marsbet iGaming Platform.
Not only does this new agreement have positive implications for lovers of skill games, but it is also unprecedented, as there has never been an agreement between an iGaming company and a B2B skill game provider.
Both parties are thrilled at the new partnership. ''We are delighted to offer our customers something new,'' related Loannis Ntousias, from the Marsbet marketing team. ''We believe that Oulala's skill-based monetized football management game is the perfect tool for them to put their knowledge to the test against each other. We have high hopes that it will attract new users and retain existing ones thanks to its social structure," he continued.
''We warmly welcome Marsbet as a member of our B2B Network,'' said Benjamin Carlotti, Managing Director of Oulala. ''Sports betting operators are now fully convinced of the benefits that come with offering DFS to their clients. The Oulala Network fits the exact needs of the new generations and it also generates long-term loyalty.''
Strengthening Gaming Array
Marsbet and Oulala have been operational for approximately the same amount of time, with the lesser being established a year before Oulala. Marsbet's newest brand, Piramit Casino will be offering the aforementioned football game, which will strengthen their gambling platform, which includes an online casino, sportsbook, bingo, and poker games.
Oulala has entered into additional partnerships, primarily with a white label contract with Orange Africa and Bravio Gaming. In addition, with Game Interaction Group. It is expecting to announce similar deals in the coming months.
Good things can certainly be expected from these types of partnerships, which promise to give access to enthusiasts of iGaming and skill games globally.