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OTP LLC AND SECURE TRADING TARGET US TRIBAL GAMING
25th November, 2014 at 16:02:06
With ST-1 i-Gaming platform for native sovereign nations
California-based OTP LLC, an independently owned strategic technology firm and independent payment service provider Secure Trading have inked an Indian country gaming partnership where OTP LLC becomes the exclusive reseller of Secure Trading's ST-1 i-Gaming platform to tribal gaming operators.
Secure Trading's ST-1 platform promises to "revolutionalise player registration process and significantly increase card acceptance rates in the US Market", a company statement said.
"The platform offers seamless integrated user registration, verification, authentication, and payment processing experience to the market."
The partnership intends tapping in to the estimated four hundred and sixty tribal casinos in the US saying "native sovereign nations are at the forefront of the modernisation of the new gambling experience."
This partnership represents a major opportunity in the US gaming market enabling us to cooperate closely with the Indian Tribes to provide a fully compliant platform aligned with market needs," said Kobus Paulsen, chief executive officer for Secure Trading.
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