Betfred 1-Tapped up by Skrill

Skrill_1-Tap-02Skrill, one of Europe’s leading online payments companies, have announced that bookmakers are now offering Skrill 1-Tap, to enable quick and easy mobile payments. Available to customers worldwide and fully integrated with Betfred’s mobile sportsbook, Skrill 1-Tap connects with Skrill’s Digital Wallet to offer quick and easy mobile payments to customers and merchants alike.

Over the next five years, the number of mobile or tablet owners using their devices to game is predicted to increase by 100 million, meaning that 164 million people will place a bet, visit a mobile casino or buy a lottery ticket on their mobile device in 2018. Making mobile payments more convenient is essential for to meet this growth in demand.

By using Skrill 1-Tap, customers can make payments in ‘one tap’ on any device, rather than having to repeatedly enter their login details or sensitive credit card information. Customers’ payment details are saved after the initial payment made via Skrill, so the 1-Tap functionality is enabled next time they log on to

Paul Barclay, VP of Leisure, Entertainment and Technology at Skrill, commented: “Whether it is banking, shopping or gaming, we are all doing so much more on the go. The future is mobile and Skrill’s focus on innovation means we are able to meet customer needs, delivering an enhanced, more convenient experience and a product that suits their lives. We are delighted that Skrill 1-Tap is fast becoming the preferred option for mobile payments in the gaming sector.”

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