Unikrn taps Nuvei Corp for easier, convenient customer transactions

Unikrn taps Nuvei Corp for easier, convenient customer transactions

Esports betting operator Unikrn has struck a deal with Nuvei Corporation, a payment technology company based headquartered in Canada.

The new partnership with Nuvei Corp allows Unikrn to expand its platform as the betting operator looks to further capitalize on the growing popularity of online casinos and esports worldwide.

Simplified Transactions

With over 450 alternative payment methods (APMs) and 150 currencies, Nuvei has the capability to support card acquiring.

Nuvei Corp will also allow Unikrn to use their hosted payment page, Cashier. The innovative technology would help Unikrn clients easily deposit and redeem funds by processing customer transactions worldwide within a single interface.

Unikrn co-founder Rahul Sood identified several key points of their recent collaboration with the payment technology company in the press release.

“Unikrn offers our global customer base access to an unrivaled spectrum of gaming experiences without interruption,” Sood said.

“Nuvei was the best option for us to ensure we meet these expectations and offer a platform that will scale with our rapid growth. Cashier makes our customers’ payment journey safe and seamless. We look forward to working with Nuvei for many years to come.”

Yuval Ziv, managing director of digital payment at Nuvei, feels confident they will be able to provide their new partner operator, Unikrn, with the right tools and expertize to meet their goals.

“Nuvei’s payment platform offers a complete toolkit for gaming operators looking to diversify and scale their offerings domestically and internationally, along with the global growth of their industry.”

“This new partnership with Unikrn is in line with our vision of an expanding ecosystem of partners that benefits operators and customers alike,” Ziv stated.

More on Unikrn

Founded by Sood and Karl Flores in 2014, Unikrn focuses on providing real money and token-based betting (betting using bitcoins and cryptocurrencies) on competitive Esports tournaments. It has made strategic moves to expand its business in the past six years, including sponsoring professional Counter-Strike team BIG (Berlin International Gaming).

Unikrn also entered into a venture with MAINGEAR, a high-end PC Manufacturer, and acquired esports startups such as DotaProHub and LEET. In 2017, they released their own token, UnikoinGold, an ERC-20 cryptocurrency running on the Ethereum blockchain.

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