Easy Payment Gateway extends client network with Gigadat deal

Easy Payment Gateway extends client network with Gigadat deal

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 Posted by Craig Davies
EPG to be official vendor of the processor's products

Easy Payment Gateway (EPG), the online payment specialist, has signed a deal to become a partner distributor of Gigadat Inc for their Interac2Pay solution.

EPG is to become an official vendor of the Canada-based processor’s products, which are now available to its operator partners on the European market who have websites for the Canadian marketplace.

Interact2pay works by allowing players to make payments either in-app or online, directly from their bank account.

Jose Peral, chief operating officer at Easy Payment Gateway, told TotallyGaming.com: “Right now, the number of payment options popular in Canada that are available to European players is very limited, so with this partnership we can offer them the number one gateway in the country. In short, it is about giving European players more choice.

“Canada is becoming increasingly popular when it comes to payments technology, so to be able to offer Interac2Pay in Europe strengthens our position in the market and adds significant value to our platform and partners.”

This deal comes a short time after EPG closed a £5.5m funding round, with operational growth in the form of two new offices in Malta and Madrid the benefactors of the cash injection.

Totally Gaming says:  This is a deal with clear benefits for all parties involved, EPG get to offer its partners and players more choice through the introduction of Interac2Pay, while Gigadat get their product put in front of more operators than ever before.


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