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June 22, 2021

For segure online payment processing

Neovia signs deal with gaming giant Bet-at-home.com and other gaming merchants

(UK).- Neovia Financial, a leading alternative payments business, announces it has added six more gaming merchants to its growing list of customers, including the German gaming giant, bet-at-home.com.

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long with bet-at-home.com, Neovia has signed agreements with 2pay, Buzzluck, CAIgames, Littlewoods Game On Ltd and Play'nGo.

Along with bet-at-home.com, Neovia has signed agreements with 2pay, Buzzluck, CAIgames, Littlewoods Game On Ltd and Play'nGo, further demonstrating Neovia's strengths in the online gaming payments market. Each of these merchants is now using the Neteller e-wallet, part of the Neovia Payment Network, to offer increased payment options for their members worldwide.

By using Neteller, merchants can offer their loyal customers a branded payment account that allows instant and direct settlement, and avoids the complexities and costs of traditional card schemes.

bet-at-home-com is a leading European company in online gaming and sports betting. With 2 million registered users worldwide and listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the company is one of the most popular betting providers in Europe, especially in Eastern Europe and German speaking countries.

bet-at-home.com's Marketing & Business Development Manager, Koray Cakir said: "We are excited to announce our new partnership with Neovia as it is a big addition for us. We work directly in over 20 countries and indirectly with the rest of the world.  We recognise that adding Neteller to our payment options will not only give us a single source for international payment coverage, but also a competitive advantage."

Dan Starr, Chief Marketing Officer for Neovia said: "We are delighted to announce these merchant wins which highlight the great combination of our Neteller e-wallet and Net+ card being used by more gaming merchants as a business enabling tool. We are providing bold payment solutions to merchants, so that they can improve consumer engagement, increase lifetime value, offer instant consumer spending and maximise their revenues.

"Similar to our recent Sega Games contract win announcement, we are seeing more and more land-based operators looking to evolve their business model to build a strong footing in the online market, and within the online gaming market we are the experts in handling payments."

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