SafeCharge & Sportito

Sportito widens payment provisions with SafeCharge

Riccardo Mittiga, Sportito

Daily fantasy sports (DFS) platform Sportito has engaged in a partnership with SafeCharge, broadening its player payment and withdrawal provisions.

Moving forward, Sportito will now process all web and mobile transactions with its customers through the services provided by SafeCharge. The partnership will ensure an effective and efficient payment service for Sportito users.

SafeCharge has been operating since 2007, with certification of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. The Group has introduced innovations in payment technologies for online and mobile transactions to make it stress-free for businesses and their customers.

With proprietary technologies and methodologies provided by SafeCharge, Sportito will be able to improve the deposit and withdrawal process for its users, with the option to use different currencies. This will also provide a secure service to protect users from scams when using their bank card online.

Commenting on the partnership, the CEO of Sportito Riccardo Mittiga said: “We have decided to use SafeCharge for our transactions because of the advanced technologies they use to make the deposit and withdrawal experience better for our customers. I’m sure that this partnership will make life easier for our users and will support our growth too.”

Updating the market, Sportito leadership also stated that the company was preparing for further top-tier partnerships in the coming months, as they seek to reach more DFS fans throughout Europe.

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