The legal, real money esports betting firm said the agreements will offer a broad range of payment options, including Visa, Mastercard, ApplePay, and Google Pay, to customers in more than 100 countries worldwide.
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Skrill and NETELLER are part of the Paysafe Group, a leading integrated payments platform, while ecoPayz is an FCA regulated global payment solutions provider based in London, and Trustly is a global leader in online banking payments.
"We are delighted to be working with four of the most prestigious payment providers in the betting industry. These deals provide a broad range of payment options to players in key markets for us, not least in Latin America, Europe and the CIS region, where esports betting is hugely popular,” Real Luck chief executive Quentin Martin said in a statement.
“These partners are highly trusted and will help the company offer a frictionless onboarding process for new players, as well as an improved user experience for our existing players. We were able to negotiate these new partnerships in a short span of time because of the anti-money laundering and consumer protection requirements associated with our Isle of Man gaming license. The company is exploring other potential payment partnerships and will provide updates should we choose to engage other parties," he added.
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