Eyas Gaming has extended its existing partnership with Nuvei Corporation that will see the operator strengthen its payment process.
Under the terms of the agreement, the payment platform will provide the operator with a full payment solution across all of its igaming brands, as well as utilising Nuvei’s partnership with UK-based Fonix to enable Eyas players to bill deposits directly to their mobile.
Eyas Gaming Head of Fraud, Risk and Payments, Andrejs Cuzans, stated: “We’re excited to be extending our partnership with Nuvei for all our brands across the Eyas portfolio.
“Nuvei’s rich global heritage and deep knowledge of the gaming industry, as well as the best-in-class technology and access to all APMs through a single integration, made it an easy decision to engage them as our payments partner.”
Coming off the back of its previous partnership announced in October of last year, Eyas Gaming will now be able to accept payments via Nuvei’s cashier technology across its gaming brands including the Merkur Slots and Merkur Casino in the UK.
Players can deposit and request payouts using all the relevant payment methods through the Nuvei cashier, including card payments and alternative payment methods (APMs) such as digital wallets and direct bank transfer.
Philip Fayer, CEO & Chair of Nuvei, commented: “Nuvei continues to demonstrate why we are the market leader for payments in igaming through our partnerships with many of the most exciting operators in the industry.
“We’re looking forward to continuing to support Eyas Gaming and its growth into new markets in the coming years.”
Echoing the thoughts of both Fayer and Cuzans, Fonix’s CEO, Rob Weisz, added: “Fonix is focused on facilitating conversion and expansion for partners through our carrier billing technology. Integrating Fonix’s carrier billing solution means Nuvei can allow Eyas Gaming to turn on carrier billing with the flick of a switch.
“We’re excited to launch our partnership to offer carrier billing to Eyas Gaming’s players across the UK, with a future vision to make an impact across Germany too.”