Betcade Launches First Gambling Mobile Payments Solution

Betcade Launches First Gambling Mobile Payments Solution

The world’s first Android app store for real money gambling, Betcade, has announced the launch of Betcade Pay – the first mobile payments solution built and optimised for gambling customers.

The fast, secure, and easy-to-integrate service is now available for integration to gambling operators, requiring the fewest steps to deposit out of any solution on the market.

By the first quarter of 2017, Betcade Pay will begin to process UK consumers on Visa and MasterCard, which is available both with and without charge-back protection and bank transfers.

As the service launches across Europe, it will host over 50 global payment methods by the end of the first quarter, continuously adding more methods throughout 2017.

Betcade CEO David Chang commented: “We’ve been working closely with operators and others in the industry all along to develop our product, roadmap and business model. Numerous operators are very positive on the payments component and have been asking to use the technology separately, so we have decided to make Betcade Pay available as a distinct product.

“Not only will it help facilitate payments for both operators and users, Betcade Pay will help drive higher KPIs as well as offer competitive pricing structures for operators the world over.”

Chairman of Gamevy, Paul Dolman-Darrall, added: “The industry’s been crying out for a payments facilitator like this. Not only does it support our business goals, it is easy to integrate, offers a seamless and safe payment process for customers, and enables us to offer something that no other payments facilitator in the world can.”

Betcade Pay is an FCA-licenced payment institution in the UK, as well as PCI compliant, and it securely stores all personal identifiable information within the EU. As a payment facilitator, all payments made are passed onto the operators themselves immediately, allowing them to have full anatomy with their loyal and trusted users.

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