Casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2Bet has partnered with payment provider MuchBetter to further ease the payment process for its customers.

The partnership will allow Soft2Bet to “greatly enhance” its payment offering, thanks to MuchBetter’s “easy-to-use service, which will allow customers to deposit money without involving their banks and also allows them to accept payments easily”.

MuchBetter’s frictionless payments, open API and secure and AML compliant solution allows players and operators to both make payments swiftly, with quick sign-ups, flexible deposits, pay-outs and high deposit acceptance rates. 

The partnership between the two is already live, with Soft2Bet utilising MuchBetter’s PSP solutions, high conversion percentage and increasing popularity.

Bryan Cherrett, Head of Payment Operations at Soft2Bet, said: “We’re delighted to have agreed a deal with MuchBetter, this partnership will provide us with all the payment services needed to please our ever-growing customer-base.

“Thanks to its easy-to-use and efficient platform, we are adamant that the deal will significantly enhance our payment process.”

Mark Sperring, Head of Sales at MuchBetter, said: “This is a great deal for everyone at MuchBetter, we are excited to help a leading brand like Soft2Bet. With a crucial need for gaming brands to offer a smooth and easy payment service, we know we will be a valuable asset to the company.”

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