The agreement will be activated in the first half of next year.
Earlier this year, Scout Gaming’s cricket fantasy sports product was successfully launched by India-facing start-up StarPick.
The new deal will open up fresh opportunities for Dafabet’s affiliate partners, who can earn between 25% and 40% revenue shares.
Dafabet itself was established in 2004 and already offers a range of products, including casino and poker games.
“We have a history of successful growth across multiple product verticals and look forward to be able to introduce Scout Gaming’s fantasy sports platform to our player base,” Dafabet marketing director Nikos Diakoumopoulos said.
“Fantasy Sports holds great potential and complements our existing portfolio perfectly.”
Dafabet has been expanding its presence in football in recent months. The company sponsors English Premier League club Fulham and in August agreed an unprecedented seven-year deal with Scottish Premier League club Celtic.