MiFinity, the secure igaming e-wallet, today announced a new partnership with online casino operator PressEnter Group (formally Betpoint Group). The partnership will provide PressEnter Group customers with an exceptional user experience when using the MiFinity e-wallet payment service.
Headquartered in Malta, the PressEnter Group is focused on delivering consumer-first products. Popular brands include 21.com, JustSpin, NeonVegas, NitroCasino, UltraCasino and RapidCasino.
Paul Kavanagh, CEO at MiFinity, commented: “We’re delighted to help PressEnter Group extend its European footprint by offering customers more payment options. With our extensive localised payment options, we provide secure and high converting options for PressEnter Group’s customers.”
Through the partnership, PressEnter Group will also benefit from MiFinity’s expertise in processing bank payouts in some of the more challenging markets. Supporting 17 currencies, over 40 integrated payment methods, local bank settlement, and international settlement outside of the non-local network, MiFinity’s payment services reduce admin and save money.
Carl Degiorgio, chief operating officer at PressEnter Group, added: “At PressEnter Group, we are dedicated to delivering an unparalleled online experience and are constantly looking to enhance our customer service, which includes payment methods. We partnered with MiFinity because they offer a wide selection of localised payment options and are continuously innovating and improving the payment flow and journey. Hence, it is quick, intuitive and secure for our customers.”
As part of MiFinity’s commitment to helping customers do more with their money, PressEnter Group’s igaming customers can also benefit from a free virtual IBAN linked to their MiFinity e-wallet.
Paul Kavanagh explains: “With a virtual IBAN, we’ve gone a step further and made free transfers available to all EEA and UK users. Virtual IBANs are great for PressEnter Group’s customers with no fees to pay; they have more to spend, which also benefits our merchants.”