Nuvei and GoldBet expand collaboration on game payment

Payment platform Nuvei has announced the expansion of its partnership with Italian sports betting, online casino and poker platform GoldBet, allowing the portal to add new payment methods to its online cashier, including Apple Pay , according to a joint press release on Thursday, July 14.

The agreement marks an extension of the companies’ 2020 agreement which incorporated Nuvei’s comprehensive payment solution. Thanks to this collaboration, GoldBet is one of the first operators in Italy to offer players Apple Pay withdrawals in addition to deposits, the press release states.

“We are delighted to announce that we are extending our partnership with Nuvei to add more alternative payment methods in our online cashier,” said Alessandro Fiumara, GoldBet’s Managing Director for Betting and Digital, Italy, in the statement. joint. “Being able to offer our players seamless deposits and withdrawals has been a key factor in achieving our goal of having the best player experience in Italy.”

Philip Fayer, Chairman and CEO of Nuvei, called GoldBet “one of the leading gaming platforms in Italy due to its commitment to the player experience. Frictionless deposits and withdrawals, Superior card acceptance and a wide choice of preferred payment methods are all essential; this is what Nuvei brings to the operators table.

Related: Nuvei, GAN Forming US/Canadian Gaming Partnership

Last week, Nuvei continued its series of partnerships with a new collaboration with GAN Limited, combining Nuvei’s products with GAN’s software-as-a-service gaming platform technology. The collaboration follows the debut of the regulated gaming market in Ontario earlier this year and is now extended to operators in the United States and Canada.

In May, the company partnered with Swedish gaming company Betsson Group to help bring its online sportsbook to the United States. That same week, Nuvei announced that it was working with Hard Rock Digital to offer payment services for its Hard Rock Sportsbook mobile app to gamers in Arizona. , Virginia and other states where betting services have not yet launched.

And in April, the company announced that it was extending its partnership with Novibet, the European online betting and casino company, which allows players to make deposits using Apple Pay.



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