SBC News SuperBet partners with SafeCharge

SuperBet partners with SafeCharge

SafeCharge has today announced that SuperBet, one of the largest sports betting companies in Romania, has selected SafeCharge as its preferred payments partner for online deposits and withdrawals.

Sacha Dragic, SuperBet
Sacha Dragic, SuperBet

Thanks to this agreement SafeCharge’s Personalised Cashier is to be integrated into SuperBet’s gaming platform. This will allow SuperBet users to initiate deposit and withdrawal requests and to select payment methods of choice for each transaction. The withdrawals approval process also enables players to track the status of withdrawals.

David Avgi, CEO of SafeCharge, commented: “As we continue to expand our technology based solutions to the leading sports betting companies such as SuperBet we are implementing our vision of improving every aspect of the deposit and withdrawal funnel.”

He added: “SuperBet demonstrates their trust in SafeCharge by partnering with us to take their existing land-based business to the online world.”

Sacha Dragic, SuperBet CEO said of the partnership: “We selected SafeCharge for their solid reputation in the online sports betting market. By supporting all payment methods that are available for our target markets, the unique customisation of their Personalised Cashier solution and robust fraud prevention services, we feel confident that SafeCharge will enable us to deliver a seamless and secure online offering to players.”

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