Mr Green launches Express features to improve efficiency

To minimise the time spent on registration, login and withdrawals when visiting Mr Green, the igaming operator is releasing a range of Express features.

Starting today, Swedish customers can create an account with Mr Green by simply using their BankID. Existing Mr Green users are also able to use the express functions making both login and withdrawals.

With this service, Mr Green jumps on the trend with super-fast registration and withdrawals. Mr Green’s Express registration and withdrawals solution is unique in the way that it works in combination with other registration, deposit and withdrawal methods as well as applies for customers already having an account.

With focus on player security and compliance Mr Green’s Express Registration is built to be compliant with the approaching regulation in Sweden.

Any Swedish customer signing in through BankID and deposits through bank transfer will also be able to benefit from the new Express Withdrawal feature, which will normally credit the customer’s account in less than 5 minutes.

BankID login and withdrawals is available on all Mr Green platforms including web desktop and mobile as well as iOS and android apps.

Jesper Kärrbrink, CEO of Mr Green, commented on the new express features: “At Mr Green, we focus on delivering a superior experience in a Green Gaming environment and since these new features let the customers focus on enjoying our games in a safe way, we know this will contribute to a great gaming experience.

“This will also make the validation process of new players much easier for us, reducing the time spend approving new accounts internally leaving even more room for us to build more smart tools in the future. We are now looking at ways to roll out these features in more of our markets where BankID and similar solutions are available.”

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