New Daily Fantasy Sports Firm Sportito Dives Into UK Market

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Sep/18/2016

The latest entry into the European Daily Fantasy Sports market promises to cover 40 different football leagues and entry fees as low as £2. 

Sportito.com, which has received approval to operate from the UK Gambling Commission, will permit new players can opt to take part in free-to-enter competitions before joining one of the thousands of paid-for leagues available through desktop and mobile devices. 

Riccardo Mittiga of Sportito said: “Fantasy sports is growing in Europe, but not as much attention has been given to it there in comparison with the US.

“We want to provide a quality platform to become the top-rated daily fantasy sports platform.

“What sets us apart is that we aim to protect new customers from experienced players, we pay great attention to customer service, we will offer more social networking features, and we feature more sports than any other provider in Europe.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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