Optimal Payments gets involved with GiGse

Online payment solutions provider Optimal Payments has announced its VIP sponsorship and attendance at the 14th annual Global iGaming Summit & Expo (GiGse) from July 14 to 16, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco.

GiGse brings together over 700 of the top executives and decision-makers in the regulated iGaming market to discuss the latest trends and emerging developments in this growing industry. The event also gives attendees the opportunity to gain valuable competitive and consumer insights while networking and developing strategic partnerships with other leading organizations. During this year’s event, Joel Leonoff, president and CEO of Optimal Payments, will participate in the expert-led panel discussing the current status in payment processing, and Neil Erlick, the company’s executive vice president, business development, will participate in the special interest debate on the evolving fantasy sports market.

“As a leading online payment and fraud management solutions expert in regulated online gaming, we are pleased to be supporting GiGse, and sharing the most recent developments and news surrounding our two key service offerings, the NETBANX payment gateway and services and the NETELLER service and Net+® Card stored value offering,” said Joel Leonoff. “This event provides organizations like ours the opportunity to meet and partner with other innovative professionals and companies who have a vested interest in the online gaming industry. GiGse also allows us to build on the successes of our company for the benefit of all attendees.”

Over the last 18 months, Optimal Payments has expanded its sector reach in North America and is active in all three states currently offering regulated gaming: New Jersey, Delaware and Nevada. The Company provides services to a number of regulated online gaming operators including Caesars Interactive Entertainment, owners of the World Series of Poker in the U.S.; Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa for BorgataCasino.com, BorgataPoker.com and nj.partypoker.com; and payment and risk services to Bally Interactive and its clients in the U.S. The company also recently announced agreements to provide services in Canada to the Ontario government for playolg.ca and has been providing payment services to the Quebec government for espacejeux.com since 2010.


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