E-wallet Firm’s New Gaming Platform Deal
- 20.04.2021 01:58 pm
E-wallet provider STICPAY is signing a partnership agreement with Synvestment NV, which
will allow its gamer community in Europe and Canada to almost instantly deposit funds and claim rewards.
Synvestment runs a range of games on its Betvili website, including old favourites and new games such as Tomb Raider, Blackjack, Reactoonz, Book of Dead and Bonanza.
STICPAY’s e-wallet will give gamers faster transfer payments than international bank transfers and users don’t have topay deposit and withdrawal fees, as transfer fees are covered by the betvili.com. The e-wallet can support users in multiple currencies including crypto. It also has enhanced anti-fraud features to protect funds.
London-based STICPAY, which works with over 700 merchants worldwide, has experienced year-on-year growth of 300% across its global user base that now numbers over 100,000. Over 60% of transactions come from Asia, which hit average monthly growth rates of 28% last year.
In addition to gaming and gambling, STICPAY customers use their wallets for e-commerce, transfer of funds to family members and for forex trading, both for seasoned professionals and individuals.
Synvestment NV comments: “STICPAY offers our users quick, secure and seamless access to funds, so they can get on with their gaming and punts. And it’s just as important they can withdraw rewards easily, which STICPAY’s e-wallets deliver.”
STICPAY’s client service director James Bay says: “The new deal shows our commitment to increase the options for gamers and those that want a flutter to access funds cheaply, and withdraw winnings with no fuss, on gaming platforms.”