HollywoodBets Partners with FSI to Launch Fixed-Odds-Fantasy in SA
South Africa’s premier betting brand, HollywoodBets has joined forces with Fantasy Sports Interactive (FSI) to launch the latter’s odds-based Fixed-Odds-Fantasy platform. Look for the name Fantasy League Betting on the HollywoodBets website to try out this new product.
South African HollywoodBets players will have access to fantasy gameplay and sportsbook options. The new product allows them to create their own fantasy teams and bet on them according to fantasy odds. Player stats are provided to help players make knowledgeable decisions about their wagers.
The chief operating officer of HollywoodBets, Rowan Cross said that the group was thrilled to be the first South African company to bring this new bet type to its valued customers.
“Thanks to this partnership with FSI a whole host of new betting opportunities will now be available to the many fantasy league fans out there,” he said. “We urge our customers to keep looking out for other exciting fantasy league updates from Hollywoodbets and FSI in the near future.”
The CEO of Fantasy Sports Interactive, Dennis Tsalikis said that he was excited to reach the South African audience through the region’s leading sports betting operator, HollywoodBets. He noted that the sports betting brand has a strong presence in the online and retail betting market, as well as an experienced team with whom FSI has been “delighted to collaborate with.”
“We are confident about the product’s success and the future of this partnership,” he said.
HollywoodBets was established in 2000 and is the go-to site for players seeking quality sports and horse racing betting options. You’ll find a huge variety of events and markets to wager on. The group’s products are available in-store and online.
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