Soft2Bet&SkillOnNet Boost Payments

Apple Pay & MuchBetter have been added as two platform providers boost payment gateways services for all casinos and sportsbooks using their services (Images by firmbee.com at unsplash.com)

Making payment transactions at online casinos and sportsbooks has now become even easier as two of the world’s leading platform providers for online casinos have announced that they have upgraded their payment solutions. This is music to the ears of some players, as they have looked for online casinos and sportsbooks that have a more convenient payment solution available. We looked deeper into the latest announcement.

SkillOnNet Bears Fruit by Adding Major Payment Method – Apple Pay has Now Been Made Available

The platform and operator that leads some of the world’s finest online casinos, SkillOnNet, has now declared that customers wishing to use Apple Pay to make payment transactions will now be able to do so. This will apply to all of its casino brands currently operating under the SkillOnNet platform. SkillOnNet operates casino brands in Sweden, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Canada, Portugal and the UK. There are more than 1 billion Apple users worldwide, with the number of people using Apple Pay growing by an astonishing 65 million in the year 2020.

With SkillOnNet now allowing for Apple Pay to be used on its platforms, there is no doubt that this will be a more convenient method for a lot of its users in its casinos. SkillOnNet is the mechanic behind big-name casinos such as Ahti Games, Genting Casino, EU Casino Spin Genie, and BacanaPlay.

A big strength to using Apple Pay is that there is no need for users to share bank details with the online casino that they are playing at. This allows for it not only to be a faster method of payment when compared to some other methods, but it will also provide an additional layer of protection too. Players just simply have to use face ID, touch ID, or passcode on their Apple device, or they can even make a payment via their Apple Watch by performing a swift, double-tap on the side of it.

Reading between the lines of SkillOnNet’s, Michael Golembo’s statement, he is delighted that the platform has added Apple Pay to its system, as it now means that the casinos can connect with even more people. Most importantly, it also means that players have an added level of safety when using this method, which is of top priority for SkillOnNet.

Soft2Bet Strengthens its Payments with Popular Payment App – Award-Winning MuchBetter Now Added

Soft2Bet has added the payment app, MuchBetter, as one of the options of payments through its online casino platform. The new partnership is set to enhance Soft2Bet’s payment offering greatly.

Soft2Bet is an online casino platform provider that can also provide sportsbook solutions, and now all the players using its platforms will have the option to make MuchBetter transactions. The partnership has already been confirmed as the payment app has officially gone live on the platform.

MuchBetter has more than 400,000 users, meaning that Soft2Bet casinos and sportsbooks will now be able to provide payment solutions for a far greater number of people than before.

Bryan Cherrett, who is Soft2Bet’s Head of Payment Operations, spoke following the latest announcement. He mentioned how thrilled he was to get this deal over the line, as it has always been the aim of the company to provide its users with the most convenient payment processes. MuchBetter is widely used, and so getting it onboard was seen to be a matter of priority.

The MuchBetter Head of Sales, Mark Sperring, stated that the company is confident it will be able to provide a valuable, easy payment service to all casinos and sportsbooks using the Soft2Bet platform.

MuchBetter Casinos: The trend has for a while been moving with MuchBetter when it comes to online casino and sportsbook usage. MuchBetter Casinos took over from PayPal as an option for online casino payments after PayPal announced it stopped its services for online casinos, meaning that those who relied on this method would now have to start using an alternative.