Finnplay signs agreement with Trustly Group AB

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Johan Nord, Trustly Group AB

Finland-based gaming platform provider, Finnplay, has signed an agreement with Trustly Group AB to integrate its online payment solutions. Trustly Group AB is a European FinTech company, named by Deloitte as one of Sweden’s fastest growing technology companies in 2004.

Martin Prantner, CEO of Finnplay, commented: “We are delighted to partner with one of Europe’s fastest growing FinTech companies and specialists in the online payments vertical. Our customers expect to offer players a frictionless user experience when it comes to deposits/withdrawals from the player wallet.

“Given that ease of use is high in the consideration cycle of a player when looking to register or play with an online gaming brand, it is imperative that payment solutions both cross-border and localized become part of the marketing toolkit to acquire and retain players. We look forward to our partnership with Trustly in ensuring Finnplay has one of the best rosters of payment solutions available on our platform.”

Johan Nord, CCO of Trustly Group AB, said: “Today’s online customer expects payments to be instant and without any hassle. Trustly’s solution improves the customer experience and, in the end, customer satisfaction.

“With many years of experience in serving the gaming industry, we have developed a unique payment solution that meets the high demands of both end users and merchants. While offering a fast and secure solution, our product also minimizes fraud risks and is available across Europe.”

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