Play'n GO and Worldpay Agree to DiversifyPublished April 9, 2015 by Lee R
The online gaming experience for Play'n GO customers will be revolutionised.
Worldpay, a global payment solutions provider, has signed with Swedish gaming supplier Play'n GO to deliver a payment platform that will expand the range of payment methods and currencies that operators can offer.
WebDollar Expanded Payment Option
The new combination integrates the new Play'n GO platform with Worldpay's WebDollar solution. Worldpay's unique solution integrates all European markets by tailoring services to customers by offering multiple languages, 30 local currencies and 60 preferred payment methods.
Worldpay will further bolster Play'n GO's mobile product development through the technological capability of WebDollar to monitor purchasing habits to mobile and tablet players.
It all amounts to a customized online gambling experience for Play'n GO customers, complete with a combined game account toolkit which provides autonomy to operators in deciding on gaming content to offer to more effectively adapt to clientele preferences.
The platform also enables Play'n GO to offer third party content from partner providers.
Play’n GO business development director Robert Skogh revealed that Play'n GO and its partner operators now can offer games in a full 11 different languages in addition to effectively managing multiple currency payments and offering a diverse range of preferred payment types.
Worldpay chief product and marketing officer Kevin Dallas emphasized the payment options as an essential component of customer preferences that Play'n Go was particularly pleased to add.