Secure Trading/acquiring.com’s payment gateway and merchant acquiring services have been called on by new online sports betting company Bet600.
LONDON, November 28th: Secure Trading Group announced today that it has added a new and ambitious online sportsbook to its growing gaming vertical. Bet600, only recently fully licensed in the UK and regulated by the Gambling Commission, sought out Secure Trading Group’s essential payments experience in the sector for a consolidated payments ecosystem well-equipped for new online sportsbooks. Secure Trading will provide Bet600’s payment gateway, meanwhile ST Group’s acquirer, acquiring.com, will provide merchant services.
Bet600 are powered by the FSB Technology platform, whose sportsbook solutions are focused on customer relationship management and sleek user experiences. Secure Trading’s payment services complement this outlook, favouring simplicity and speed when it comes to pay-ins and pay-outs, widely considered the number one concern for online gamblers when it comes to payments.
“New operators can often find it difficult to find payment processors given their limited trading history; Secure Trading have worked closely with us to fully understand us and our business, and trust that this relationship with be profitable for both us and them,” Yibo Lin, Technical Director
of Bet600 said. “Secure Trading’s gateway and acquiring services have integrated seamlessly into our FSB platform, so the on-boarding process has been fast and hassle-free.”
Plans to develop the relationship between Bet600 and Secure Trading are currently on the drawing board as Bet600 continues to grow and looks to open further operations outside of mainland UK.
“Bet600 are exactly the type of ambitious sportsbook that our gaming expertise and consolidated products are suited for,” Craig Brightly, Head of Sales at Secure Trading added. “After working with them to understand their goals, we can be sure that they will be a fast-growing company with high potential to make fantastic business for us in online gaming.”