Following Mr Green and LeoVegas, a Malta-based casino operator Videoslots has also teamed up with Swish and added the Swedish favourite payment method for the country’s market which re-opened on 1 January.
Ever since its inception in 2011, Videoslots has transformed into an award-winning casino with an unparalleled range of more than 3,000 slots and table games.
The company strives to create a unique entertainment product via technical excellence, exceptional customer service and the latest gameplay innovation. As the favourite payment method in the country, Swish fits Videoslots’ Swedish strategy perfectly and the operator is convinced players will enjoy a smoother and faster gaming experience.
As a cost-effective payment system, Swish will help strengthen Videoslots’ position within the market as well as help it grow and enhance its player offering.
Alexander Stevendahl, CEO at Videoslots.com, said: “Swish is Sweden’s most popular payment method and it will help us cater to even more players in a fast and cost effective manner. We’re always looking for way to grow our customer base and brand by making depositing quick and simple and this integration will help us do exactly that.”
Swish was launched seven years ago in cooperation with the Central Bank of Sweden and works via a smartphone application. The user’s phone number is connected to their bank account and the application enables users to transfer money in real time, a few seconds until confirmation is received by both parts. A huge number of 63% of all Swedes use Swish which has 6.7 million active users and 180.000 connected businesses.
The Swedish re-regulated marked opened at the beginning of the year and all top tier operators have been working closely with banks and local payment methods to find the best solution both for them and players.
Swish won the affection of LeoVegas, Mr Green and Videoslots so far and they all tend to offer a superior gaming experience in a responsible environment, whilst through the utilization of Swish BankID, it is also aiming to strengthen the user experience.
We’ll see who will be the next to join this expanding family.