Peer To Peer Esports Betting Launched by Fandom Sports Media

eSports Betting Launched by Fandom Sports Media
  • The new platform will be the primary tool for audience aggregation
  • Skrill and Neteller followed suit
  • Modular approach for a ‘holistic wagering and prediction platform’
  • Fully operational in the first quarter of 2022


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Fandom Sports Media Corporation has announced that its P2P (peer-to-peer) Esports platform is ready to generate revenue and it will enable players to place P2P bets on Esports. Canadian sports wagering products and tech provider was greenlit to provide Neteller and Skrill money transfer services earlier on, and players can expect eventual sports and iGaming offers in the first quarter of 2022.

At the same time, their all-ages sports, Esports predictions, and fan engagement platform will become Fandom’s primary tool for audience aggregation, once it is completed in the first quarter of 2022.

We are super excited to have completed our banking and payments integrations”, said the CEO and president of Fandom Sports Media, David Vinokurov.

Now that the first iteration of our modular wagering platform is live, the Company will be transitioning to an operating and revenue generation trajectory. The P2P eSports is the first instance of our modular approach to building out a holistic wagering and prediction platform”, said Vinokurov in the official press release, concluding that “We enter 2022 with a strong cash position and numerous opportunities that we will begin weaving together to amplify and expand our presence both in the global wagering and rapidly expanding fan engagement vertical.

The leader of Vancouver-based innovator explained that the launching of starts after Fandom made a number of beneficial steps last year, including signing letters of intent with iGaming technology pioneers with Funjoy Company Limited and Gamer Wager Limited, before teaming up with Yalla Esports in a lucrative marketing partnership.

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