ECOMMPAY – GATE2025 proves its year-1 capacity beyond expectations

Margarita Mukhmadeeva – ECOMMPAY

Digital payments solutions provider ECOMMPAY is celebrating a successful year-1 for its GATE2025 tailored payment platform, designed for sports betting and igaming operators

Launched ahead of World Cup Russia 2018, ECOMMPAY details that GATE2025 has delivered ‘beyond all expectations’, with the its payment stack being able to processes 1 billion daily transactional requests.

The payment platform has been designed to match, betting incumbents instant ‘peak scalability’ demands, processing transactions quicker during betting busiest periods.

During Russia 2018, GATE2025 was able to accommodate exponential increases in incoming transactions requests, with the platform handling more than ‘60% more transactions per second than when it first launched’.

Further operating components, see GATE2025 deliver improved reporting functions for clients, helping operators monitor their risk management provisions better.

“We’ve worked hard to build a gateway that addresses specific merchant needs – and not only merchant needs, but the needs of anyone who works within the payments ecosystem,” explains Margarita Mukhmadeeva, Head of PMO at ECOMMPAY. 

“We continue enhancing the platform, releasing new updates and introducing new features on a regular basis. Reviews from clients have been almost unanimously positive.”

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