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NETELLER BACK IN THE U.S.A.
25th June, 2013 at 02:30:11
Partnership between Optimal and Bally will enable a return to the legalised online gambling market
Internet payments provider Optimal Payments plc (formally better known as Neteller
) is partnering with gambling content and equipment supplier Bally Technologies to provide payments and related services to both Bally and its online gaming customers.
Under the agreement, Bally will integrate Optimal Payment's Netbanx payment platform into its solution for operators in the regulated US gaming market. Bally's customers will be able to use the payment gateway for services including credit card, debit card and electronic cheque (ACH) processing and risk management for regulated US gaming.
John Connelly, vice president of business development at Bally said: We are excited to partner with Optimal Payments to bring an integrated gaming and payments solution to our online gaming customers in the US."
This partnership is part of our ongoing strategy to build a complete solution for the regulated US gaming market that will enable operators to bridge the land-based with online worlds," said Joel Leonoff, president and CEO of Optimal Payments.
Neteller is one of the most popular online payment providers and is used by virtually all of the online casinos listed here at AZOC
. It departed the USA following the implementation of the controversial Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006.
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