ntegrated with Worldpay’s WebDollar payment solution, the platform features a tailored cashier service that supports multiple languages, 30 local currencies and 60 preferred payment types.
The new platform will also allow operators to offer a custom-made gambling service, with the combined game account toolkit enabling operators to become more flexible when selecting what games to offer.
This will allow Play’n Go customers to access more engaging premium content as well as games from third-party developers.
“The operators we work with can now operate in 11 different languages, manage payments in multiple currencies, and support their customers’ preferred payment types,” Play’n GO business development director Robert Skogh said.
“We view these advances as crucial to mobile gambling, especially when it comes to delivering a seamless player experience.”
Kevin Dallas, chief product and marketing officer ecommerce at Worldpay, added: “Play’n GO understands, as we do, that the ‘have-it-your-way’ approach to customer experience extends to payments as well.
“People today want to be able to pay for games using whichever medium they feel most comfortable with.
“With our new partnership, Play’n GO’s gaming partners will be able to support the cards and leading payment methods favoured by their growing global user base, which will go a long way in helping them boost conversions.”