Global sports betting and iGaming supplier FSB Technology have teamed up with Trust Payments to deliver superior gaming experiences to players globally during the FIFA World Cup 2022 tournament.
Under the partnership, FSB Technology, which has a significant footprint across key European, North American and African markets, will offer Trust Payments’ payment gateway across its highly scalable platform, including an award-winning sportsbook, comprehensive casino aggregation and innovative retail product.
Operators already benefiting from the partnership include the world’s finest bookmaker Fitzdares, heritage brand The Football Pools and the increasingly popular Bet Goodwin.
The 2022 World Cup is the first to be held in the winter, and for the first fortnight of the tournament, fans have been treated to four fast-paced games a day back to back. The Trust Payments TRU Connect payment gateway has been vital in helping FSB’s global partners cope with the surge in in-game betting during the group stages.
This includes high acceptance rates across the competing nations, built-in fraud tools to avoid chargeback risks and technology built to ensure a robust pay-in and pay-out experience throughout the world’s biggest sporting tournament. This is backed by 24/7 support available worldwide, as well as key tools to help aid responsible gaming over the entirety of the tournament.
Achilleas Chrysafis, Head of Platform at FSB Technology, said: “The significance of the World Cup cannot be underestimated. Our global partners have targeted the event to aid acquisition and power up retention. Our partnership with Trust Payments has enabled them to offer their players a smooth, seamless payment journey during an incredibly busy group stage period. As an award-winning global platform provider, it’s imperative that we work with the best third-party services to enhance partner and player experiences.
Paul Colley, Head of Operations at Goodwin Racing Ltd, commented: “We’re expecting a significant World Cup buzz, and Trust Payments will be a critical partner in helping us to keep up with this demand and keep fraud risks very low in the process. We can be confident that card payments, deposits & withdrawals will run seamlessly, even if there is a surge in volume – which is paramount during Qatar 2022.”
Rio Broadfoot, Head of Gaming at Trust Payments, added: “The World Cup is a major sporting occasion for sports betting. We are delighted to be teaming with FSB to help its operators around the world to help ensure enhanced support around transactions at this pivotal time. Our technology will help to deliver high approval and authorisation rates, betting protection for users and a smooth pay-in and pay-out experience throughout all 64 games.”
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