Kwiff launches supercharged cash-out service

Mobile bookmaker Kwiff has announced an ‘industry-first’ by launching its proprietary-built ‘supercharged cash-out service’.

Launched this July to coincide with the majority of global sports leagues recommencing their competitive calendars, Kwiff will allow all customers to ‘supercharge’ their cash-out returns delivering optimal value to its betting markets.

“Any Cash Out can now be Supercharged, putting our customers in control of their bet and returning value and entertainment back to them through the Supercharge,” Kwiff said in a statement.

Marked as a major product development, Kwiff revamps its cash-out capabilities having researched its customer base to develop new innovative betting concepts.

Customer feedback revealed that Kwiff users wanted the betting group to expand its supercharged odds components to be integrated alongside live cash-out functionalities.

Operating since 2014, Kwiff was the first bookmaker to launch a supercharged’ betting service, allowing customers to instantly boost their odds, securing the optimal market value.

Entering 2020, Kwiff stated that it would return to developing new wagering innovations and concepts, under the leadership of new CEO Charles Lee.

Kwiff CTO Nick Maroudas was quoted as saying: “ We’ve had incredible feedback on our Cash Out since it was introduced and now especially with the return of top-flight football, we’ve seen some epic Cash Out Supercharges. We continue to push the boundaries of innovation with the Supercharge at its heart.”

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