FanDuel has been expanding its presence in the Brazilian market with its Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) offer, which for BtoBet is a great opportunity to provide the operator with its new ‘Player Account Management’ platform.

As stated recently by Amy Howe, CEO of FanDuel, the company aims to offer players “a new service and the next generation of fantasy sports in Brazil”.

BtoBet has over 20 years of experience in software development, IT, telecommunications, e-commerce and banking. As a supplier, it is committed to technology, research and development.

This agreement is the latest extension of its partnership with Flutter, and its latest deal in the Latin America region.

After Colombia’s regulation in 2016, BtoBet established itself as the country’s leading sports betting provider and in October of last year, Betfair – part of Flutter Entertainment – chose to enter the Colombian market with the BtoBet solution.

Aaron Champagne, Director of New Markets at FanDuel, said: “We are excited to extend our partnership with BtoBet to use their Player Account Management to offer our Daily Fantasy Sports product in Brazil.”

He added: “We are looking forward to working closely with BtoBet, and through our shared commitment to providing a unique DFS experience for local players.”

Tsachi Maimon, CEO of Aspire Global, said: “The agreement with FanDuel is another significant step towards our goal of establishing strong positions in the US and Brazil.”

“Our success in these markets will be an important step towards achieving our goal of becoming the world’s leading iGaming B2B provider,” concluded Maimon.