Fantasy Sports Interactive (FSI) has announced a new partnership with Turkish operator, Fantazzie Oyun Teknolojileri A.Ş. with FSI providing customised fantasy sports solutions to the company’s B2C operations.
Fantazzie A.Ş will now offer innovative FSI fantasy games to the Turkish audience, providing sports fans with unique ways to engage with their favourite athletes and teams.
The mission of Fantazzie A.Ş is to bring a new perspective to fantasy sports products by changing the dynamics of the current fantasy games. After a successful season in the Turkish market, Fantazzie A.Ş intends to carry the product to the global stage.
According to Statista, the market size of online sports gaming in Turkey jumped from $348m in 2018 to an estimated $534.7m for 2022, with a projected growth reaching $921.3m by 2026. Daily Fantasy Sports, FSI’s specialisation, accounts for almost 30% of total revenue across the years. Furthermore, as both local and international interest in the Turkish Super League increases year-by-year, Fantasy Football is a key offering to meet the needs of the contemporary audience.
FSI’s unique Fantasy Sportsbook Suite and customised Fixed-Odds-Fantasy offerings will ensure Fantazzie’s leading position in Turkey’s iGaming industry.
FSI’s CEO, Dennis Tsalikis, says of this new partnership: “We are excited to enter a partnership with Fantazzie A.Ş., a pioneering company of our industry in Turkey. As fantasy sports companies we share the same passion for the game and commitment to our audience, and we are thrilled to provide FSI’s innovative solutions for the passionate Turkish fans.”
From Fantazzie A.Ş., Board Member Özgür Gündoğan added: “We are eager to work with FSI, a company that has proven itself through the years in the field of fantasy football. As Fantazzie A.Ş, we believe that FSI will make a great contribution to our new dynamic fantasy sports application through their knowledge and experience. We are looking forward to starting this journey and reaching to all passionate sports fans around the globe”.