Soft2Bet improves player convenience via MuchBetter deal

Soft2Bet improves player convenience via MuchBetter deal

Soft2Bet, a supplier of sportsbooks and casinos, has launched a new customer-focused relationship with payment processor MuchBetter. Previously, patrons could only deposit monies through Soft2Bet’s services after contacting their banks. However, thanks to MuchBetter’s payment technology, players may now make direct money deposits and receive funds promptly.

Soft2Bet – MuchBetter Link-Up

Soft2Bet’s Head of Payment Operations, Bryan Cherrett, stated that they are thrilled to have reached an agreement with MuchBetter, as this relationship will offer them all of the payment services necessary to satisfy our ever-growing customer base. They are sure that the acquisition will considerably improve its payment process due to its simple-to-use and effective platform. The solution features an open API and is AML compliant. Soft2Bet integrated it into its ecosystem to provide players and operators with speedy payments, simple sign-ups, flexible deposit and withdrawal choices, and high deposit acceptance rates. Mark Sperring, Head of Sales at MuchBetter, commented on the relationship, stating that it is a win-win situation for everyone at MuchBetter. They are happy to assist a market leader like Soft2Bet. With a critical necessity for gaming firms to provide a simple and seamless payment process, they understand that it will be a significant asset.

Soft2Bet is a quickly developing and innovative casino and sportsbook platform provider and operator group that offers the best games and titles from the world’s leading gaming suppliers, including progressive jackpot slots, branded video slots, tournaments, live casino, and sports betting. Soft2bet supports over ten projects with MGA, SGA, and DGA licenses, including CampoBet, YoyoCasino, LightCasino, and ZulaBet, as well as gamification-heavy installments like Cadabrus and Betina. The company has designed and launched over ten successful websites that feature over 5,000 casino games that are easily integrated into the company’s high-performance platforms. Europe’s fastest-growing online casino organization, with 69 providers and 100 payment processors.

About MuchBetter

MuchBetter, situated in London, is another first-time CNP Award recipient. The e-wallet provider, launched in 2017, supports online, POS, and peer-to-peer payments, with security as its defining feature. According to the business, it uses tokenization, two-factor authentication, biometrics, dynamic tokens on e-money rails, and a linked prepaid Mastercard with dynamic CVV technology that prevents the card number from being used in the event of a breach. MuchBetter’s solution comprises two unique products: its flagship e-wallet, which enables users to make and receive payments instantaneously using only their smartphone and fingerprint, and a wearable hub that allows third-party developers to build end-to-end wearable payment programs. This category comprises watches, rings, fobs, wristbands, and even cufflinks that incorporate payment capabilities. Additionally, the company partnered on the world’s first metal watchable capable of contactless payments.

With Swiss smart glass manufacturer WinWatch, the firms are delivering glass infused with MuchBetter’s payment technology. WinWatch spent five years developing its technology and mitigating the influence of electromagnetic emissions that interfere with NFC payment technology. This technology advancement may also make it possible for any watch manufacturer to quickly and easily produce their own payment watch, or even retrofit existing models with MuchBetter-powered glass—enabling brands such as Rolex or Fossil to create their own payment watches in the future.

 

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Lou Ramon Aguila is a contributor for Golden Casino News. He has a degree in BSBA Legal Management with great interest in high-profile legal cases involving sports personalities. An ultimate sports junkie, he covers just about everything in the sporting world with an emphasis on the NBA, NFL, and MLB. In his past time, Lou loves to read manga, watch anime and critique pro-wrestling matches.