Constantly striving to facilitate financial services across the web, companies compete with one another to present their users with convenience, ease of use, global availability and low transaction fees.
Choosing the right payment method has long become an integral part of the process of choosing the best online casino and the players are today given plenty of possibility when it comes to financial services available.
MuchBetter is one of the most recent introductions to the world of online payments and it wasted no time into announcing itself in the iGaming sector.
Having already made quite a stir in the industry, MuchBetter has just announced a deal with Lottoland, one of the world’s leading online lotto operators.
“The lottery is among the oldest forms of gambling in the world, but brands like Lottoland have revolutionised the experience to meet the needs and wants of today’s players, who expect more,” said MuchBetter co-founder, Jens Bader.
Lottoland has thus become MuchBetter’s first lottery customer and serves as another firm proof of the company’s dedication to grow into a leader in the field of online payment and financial transactions.
Lottoland has for a while been searching for a mobile-oriented wallet which would provide players with a convenient way to receive their winnings. As an up-and-coming alternative to traditional e-Wallets, MuchBetter stood out immediately with its capability and the capacity to cater to a large scale audience.
“MuchBetter is a perfect fit for the Lottoland service and its players. Our platform provides the best user experience and, having been established in the mobile/cloud era, we have no doubt in our ability to scale up to meet tremendous demand.”, Bader added.
Mobile integration and the company’s emphasis on low-touch user experience were taken into consideration, while MuchBetter’s view of transaction fees was also an integral consideration in choosing to add exactly this service rather than any other.
MuchBetter stands out from the rest in fee department as it does not charge per transaction but rather charges operators on a net-deposit basis every month in relation to the monetary value of each player.
“Lottoland is growing extremely quickly and, as we expand into new regions, it’s an important part of our strategy to diversify our payment services to meet the needs of new players and ensure we have the very best options on the market today,” said Lottoland CEO Nigel Birrell.