Casumo

Instant payment from MuchBetter to lift Casumo conversion

MuchBetter has struck a new deal to provide players on Casumo with a new instant deposit and payout option.

The iGaming payments company will also lower the transaction costs for the online casino through applying its unique commercial model, whereby operators are only charged based on each player’s net balance over a month.

With the MuchBetter e-wallet, players can instantly move money in and out of their MuchBetter accounts with just their smartphone and fingerprint. The app also offers speedy registration and in-app know your customer (KYC) authentication.

Players can sign up to the MuchBetter app in minutes, and start making payments instantly, which will help prevent drop-outs and significantly improve Casumo conversion.

“Casumo represents another high-profile win in a phenomenal year for us,” said MuchBetter co-founder Jens Bader.

He explained: “Casumo has a splendid reputation in the gaming industry for being different and at the forefront of technological innovation, and as such we are proud that our MuchBetter solution is meeting Casumo’s high standards.”

This “phenomenal year” has seen MuchBetter link up with Pinnacle – a low-margin bookmaker known for its high-volume punters – and secure its first lottery customer in Lottoland, before it was added as a payments option on The Stars Group’s portfolio, which includes the group’s flagship PokerStars brand.

Earlier this month, MuchBetter launched ‘Bank-in-a-box‘, a fully managed solution which lets operators get to market quickly and take control of their users’ payments experience.

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