Thrills Casino Relaunched as a Pay N Play OperatorPublished October 25, 2018 by Ivan P
New Pay N Play technology powered by Trustly enables players to make instant deposits and withdrawals without the need to go through a lengthy and sometimes complicated registration process.
Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has announced the relaunch of Thrills Casino, the first of their brands to go fully live as a Pay N Play operator. Newly launched Thrills will only support Trustly's Pay N Play solution, currently available to players in Finland, Sweden, and Germany.
Apart from Thrills, the instant-pay technology is also available to other core operators on the GiG platform, such as their internal brand Kaboo as well as external partners, Dreamz and Omnia Casino.
Decreasing Player Churn
The main idea behind the newly introduced Pay N Play technology is to reduce the player churn caused by often lengthy and somewhat complicated registration processes. With Pay N Play, customers from the listed countries can simply make a deposit from their bank and instantly jump into the action with no registration required.
Deposits and withdrawals using the technology are instantaneous, making the player experience much simpler and more enjoyable. At the same time, the casino is able to maintain a high level of security and meet all the KYC requirements through via BankID.
New Way of Gambling Online
According to Robin Reed, GiG's CEO, Trustly's Pay N Play technology makes it possible for the casinos to offer a fun and fair gaming experience for everyone, simplifying the entire process while still keeping up with all the regulatory requirements.
Thanks to instant deposits and withdrawals with no delays or additional complications, GiG believes the new system will significantly improve the player conversion, also benefiting the casinos implementing this latest payment technology.
It remains to be seen if other online casinos will follow on the example set by Thrills and if the Pay N Play solution will become the new standard for online gambling transactions.