Betcris adds alternative payment methods through a new alliance with SafetyPay

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Betcris players will now have the option to pay for online games and sports betting by bank transfer or cash, instead of using their debit or credit cards. The platform supports connection to banking institutions and payments are automatically made in the player’s local currency.

Alternative payment platform providing solutions in Latin America and Europe, SecurityPayannounced Thursday a new partnership with betcristhe sports betting and iGaming brand from Latin America.

Under this agreement, SafetyPay’s solution to providing alternative payment methods will allow players to make online deposits and cash payments through banks or cash pick-up locations.

Betcri Players will have the opportunity to pay for online games and sports betting by bank transfer or cash instead of using a credit or debit card. SafetyPay’s solution offers customers a risk free option as they are never asked to share personal information or details.

The platform supports connection to banking institutionswhere customers can enter their bank credentials to transact securely. Payments are automatically made in the player’s local currency.

Due to the pandemic and new consumer behavior not only in the United States but globally, it is expected that the global online gambling market will be valued at over $92.9 billion in 2023nearly doubling the current market size of $59 billion.

In an official press release, CEO of SafetyPay, Gustavo Ruiz Moyaspoke about this new partnership and said: “By accepting alternative payment methods powered by SafteyPay, Betcris expands its customer base by providing access to people around the world who don’t have credit cards or who have them but don’t want to use them online”

“Implementing secure payments is at the heart of SafetyPay’s concerns. Using the latest technologies, we are able to better protect our customers, both consumers and merchants, and provide them with the best experience when transacting online. »

SafetyPay operates in 18 countries in Latin America, Europe and North America, and has the largest payment network in Latin America, integrated with more than 90% of banks in the region.

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