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processing payment process campeon casino players

by 16.04.2019 0 comments

Processing.com will continue to provide proactive payments support from its team of in-house experts to help drive sustained growth of the Campeón Gaming Partners affiliate network.

Since launching in 2017, Campeón Gaming Partners has been working with the card acquiring solution from Processing.com to deliver a seamless payment process for its casino customers.

This is specifically for players active on the company’s first-launched and most successful brand CampeonBet – winner of the Best New Casino at the AskGamblers Awards in 2018 – as well as the growing player base on both Evobet and Svenbet.

Confirming the continuation of this partnership, Processing.com said that it had helped these brands though two “huge undertakings for new operators”, namely customer on-boarding and safeguarding against fraud, while still delivering a strong end-user conversion rate.

Matt Harrod, VP of Europe at Processing.com, added: “It’s been hugely exciting to work with Campeón Gaming Partners from the very beginning. We see gaming as one of the key verticals in our business, and it’s great to partner with smart, tech-savvy start-ups in this space like Campeón Gaming Partners. It’s been a really close and candid relationship from day one, and we’re proud to share in successes like the AskGamblers Awards win.”

Avraam Tosounidis, Co-Founder and COO at Campeón Gaming Partners, said: “It’s been a fantastic year for us, and Processing.com have been a huge part of that. From the outset they have been eager to understand our business challenges and develop solutions that support our future growth plans. With Processing.com behind us, we’re in a great position to expand Campeón Gaming Partners into further markets in 2019.”

Earlier this month, SBC News learned that Campeón Gaming Partners is hoping to follow up its successful first full year in business by increasing its affiliate network capacity and adding four new brands, as well as finalising the acquisition of new licences for both Sweden and the UK in 2019.

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