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In our casino payments news round-up, Skrill is added to a US sportsbook, AstroPay signs for a PL club, and SoftSwiss adds a new crypto! (Image from Rodion Kutsaev at unsplash.com)

The latest news regarding casino payment methods this week sees Skrill being introduced into an American sportsbook, AstroPay making a marketing investment by sponsoring an English Premier League football club, and SoftSwiss accepting a new payment method from its customer in the form of a popular altcoin.

BetWildwood and Paysafe Strengthen Relationship by Integrating the Latest Skrill USA Upgrade

Customers of the Colorado online sportsbook, BetWildwood, will now have yet another way to fund their accounts, and make withdrawals after Paysafe upgraded its services to allow for Skrill USA transactions. Players will now benefit from an even more streamlined service and, additionally, it will support customer retention and acquisition for BetWildwood.

This latest wallet upgrade facilitates iGaming and is just what the sportsbook operator needed, according to Bill Stearns, the ISI President. He stated that this upgrade fits into the vision of the operator, as it looks to provide players at BetWildwood with the latest payment solutions in order to satisfy their demand. E-Payments is an ever-expanding service, and it is important for BetWildwood to keep up with the latest providers. In just a few seconds, players can log in to their accounts and make deposits in order to wager on the biggest sporting events from around the globe.

Players will now have the option to make deposits into their Skrill USA accounts via methods such as debit cards, credit cards, and bank transfers. Players can also enjoy the experience of having real-time withdrawals when claiming winnings. Using a Skrill Visa Card, players can make payments to and from their banks, or even make cash withdrawals at an ATM.

The new upgrade has been referred to as somewhat of a landmark moment according to Zak Cutler, the North America iGaming and Paysafe CEO. He believes that this is a major move forward alternative iGaming payments in America.

SoftSwiss Expands its Payment Method Solution to its Customers by Offering Altcoin Payments

SoftSwiss has announced that popular altcoin, NEO, will now be recognised at its online casino platform. NEO, a digital payments, and asset platform based on blockchain is known for being a smart economical model. Its cryptocurrency, NEO, is listed as one of the top 100 coins by CoinMarketCap. It is the first cryptocurrency to be added to SoftSwiss Online Casinos in 2022, and follows previous coins such as Tron (TRX), Binance Coin (BNB), Bitcoin (BTC), Cardano (ADA), Litecoin (LTC), Tether (USDT) Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dogecoin (DOGE), and Ethereum (ETH).

There are more than 300 online casinos currently using the SoftSwiss platform, which offers multiple solutions for customers who wish to start their own online gambling business. It could include the SoftSwiss Jackpot Aggregator, Sportsbook, Game Aggregator, and Managed Services.

In a statement, Vadim Drozd who is the SoftSwiss, Head of Payments, told of how SoftSwiss is always looking for next generation payment methods in order to improve the overall experience for a player. Players can currently play over 3,000 games with cryptocurrency, and by adding NEO into that, the demand will be satisfied even further.

AstroPay to Sponsor Distinguished Football Club – AstroPay Puts its Name on Premier League Outfit

AstroPay has penned a high-profile deal with Premier League football club, Crystal Palace. The online payment service company that was established in 2009, will now become the official sponsor for the Crystal Palace training kit. In striking the agreement, AstroPay will now benefit from a variety of promotional rights, as well as its company logo being on the forefront of the official training gear for the club.

‘The Eagles’ fans can expect to see much more of the AstroPay brand, with its logo set to be featured in the club’s home stadium, Selhurst Park. AstroPay will be seen in bright LED lights, as it advertises to a potential 25,486 capacity crowd, as well as millions of tv viewers from around the world. Furthermore, AstroPay will feature across the various Crystal Palace social media channels, and Copers Cope TV, which airs on PalaceTV and gives viewers a behind-the-scenes insight into all things Crystal Palace.

Mikael Lijtenstein, AstroPay CEO said that this was a major coup for the brand, and being associated with a club that has a 160-year history, is certainly a proud moment for AstroPay. He went on to say that AstroPay is very much looking forward to working with the London-based club, and hopes that the relationship will last for many seasons in the future.

Crystal Palace was likewise as positive about the deal, with Commercial Director, Barry Webber, saying that the club is happy to have such a globally-recognised brand feature on its training kit.

SoftSwiss News: In other big news regarding SoftSwiss, it has now planned to open a poker platform to add to its online casino, sportsbook, and managed services offering. The module will be able to track data, amongst a whole host of other features such as data on bets sums, net revenue, and rake sums.

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