Okto has secured the latest stage of its European expansion, after the payment app and platform secured an agreement with Romania-based gambling group Get’s bet.

This will see the operator, which boasts a network of over 880 agencies as well as online casino and sports betting portal, gain the provision of the group Okto.Cash payments solution.

The will enable Get’s bet users to top-up their igaming account with cash in real-time via e-voucher payments, using OKTO’s network of over 16,000 points-of-sale in the region.

Cristian Roman, CEO at Get’s Bet said: “We operate in a highly competitive and fast-moving sector in which players demand the very best mobile first and intuitive gaming experiences. 

“This can only be achieved with a tier one technology partner which has a proven track record of being able to deliver a seamless player experience. Get’s bet is delighted to have partnered with the Okto brand which has shown itself to be at the forefront of digital payments.”

This represents the newest of what Okto lauds as an array of “high profile agreements” to build upon expansion undertaken in Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Spain, and the UK.

“The Okto brand has earned a reputation for being perfectly aligned to the needs and the demands of contemporary players who embrace technology and its ability to deliver an intuitive mobile-first experience,” Liviu Popovici, Okto’s Country Representative, noted.

“From a player perspective the key requirements are flexibility, convenience, simplicity, speed, safety and security. 

“Our proprietary technology, which is the result of many thousands of hours of development and forensic testing, is fully integrated as part of the Get’s bet architecture making funds accessible in real-time without the player exiting the Get’s bet mobile app or the website. 

“This seamless in-app payment method delivers an exceptional experience, taking players on a digital journey but in the physical world.”

Adding: “Okto’s payment platform is tailored to meet the specific needs of the local market. We never overlook the imperative of ‘thinking local’ and being able to deliver tangible benefits to players and operators alike.”