gamigo AG selects Optimal Payments as alternative payment processor

optimalOptimal Payments Plc has been selected by gamigo AG, a distributor of free-to-play multiplayer online games (MOGs), to provide its Neteller service as an alternative payment method for its online gaming players.

This partnership offers gamers using a Neteller account, including those across Europe, Latin America and Asia, a safe and secure way to deposit funds for in-game purchases on Free2Play, MMORPGs and MMOGs. Gamers can make purchases to help increase their abilities, extend the game play or collect special items using the Neteller payment option on gamigo.

The Neteller service provides the vehicle for gamigo to grow its business in expanding markets thanks to its extensive payment network. Furthermore, Neteller 24/7/365 Customer Service, offered in 15 languages, will support gamigo in handling the incremental mutual traffic.

“We are delighted to partner with gamigo AG and deepen our expansion in the online gaming sector,” said Lorenzo Pellegrino, Executive Vice President, Optimal Payments. “Our Neteller service allows gamigo to offer consumers a secure and trusted alternative payment method, while supporting its continuous growth in the market though our marketing social media channels and co-branded promotions.”

“The Neteller service will help us grow our business globally and further penetrate into emerging markets,” said Theodor Niehues, Executive Board, gamigo AG. “We look forward to connecting with millions of NETELLER users worldwide through targeted marketing campaigns and initiatives from Optimal Payments.”

 

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