Online casino and sports betting operator Betzest has added digital payment services providers Skrill and NETELLER to the list of payment methods already available to its customers.
Under a recently signed deal with the two eWallet providers, Betzest players can now use them to both deposit money to gamble on the Betzest website or withdraw their winnings. All Betzest accounts holders are offered real-time payments, the operator said in press release that hit the wire this week.
Both Skrill and NETELLER are owned by multinational online payments giant Paysafe Group. The two eWallet providers offer instant and safe transactions and are particularly popular with online gambling operators and their customers due to the quality of their service and the quick and effortless movement of gambling money between casino and sports betting websites and bettors/players.
News about Betzest’s partnership with Skrill and NETELLER came on the heels of a recently closed similar deal with another major eWallet. Earlier this month, the operator announced that it has added ecoPayz to its cashier and the payment solution is now available to its players.
NETELLER itself has recently teamed with another online gambling operator in a move that marked the payment solutions provider’s return to the Brazilian market after a two-year absence. Since December 2019, gamblers across Brazil have been able to use NETELLER to deposit and withdraw money with rapidly growing online gambling operator BetWarrior.
A Proactive Start to a Busy Year
The addition of more payment methods has been part of Betzest’s push to grow its operations. The online gambling operator opened shop in the summer of 2018 and has rapidly increased its presence across different markets as well as its offering in a bid to cement itself as a leading online casino and sports betting operator.
Of their partnership with Skrill and NETELLER, Betzest Founder and CMO Marius Filip said that they are delighted to announce another major partnership and that the two payment service providers “will play an essential role in helping Betzest to facilitate transactions in key European & International target markets.”
Mr. Filip went on that Betzest has had “a tremendously pro-active start to 2020 with a remarkable collection of world-class payment and casino providers on the way.”
Betzest announced late last month that it has obtained a B2C license from the Malta Gaming Authority. A license by the Maltese gambling regulator will now enable the operator to offer its casino and sportsbook services to additional European markets.
Of their newly granted MGA license, Mr. Filip said last month that they see it “as the biggest milestone” in their rapid expansion into EU and international markets.