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ECommPay begins processing payments for Wargaming

In August 2016, payment service provider ECommPay began processing transactions on behalf of Wargaming.net, one of the market leaders in the sphere of online gaming.

The strategic partnership promises Wargaming customers an assortment of enhanced capabilities and additional services. In turn, the collaboration with a forerunner of the online gaming industry has expanded ECommPay’s client portfolio in this business sector. The payment processer offers online gaming clients bespoke, modern, and secure payment solutions.

“Our objective,” explains ECommPay’s Operational Director Arthur Gots, “is to offer clients and their end-users an intuitive, user-friendly, and reliable system through which to accept and send payments.”

“The partnership with Wargaming,” he continues, “is a challenging, yet exciting venture for ECommPay due to the innovation required to create bespoke payment solutions for one of the most technologically advanced gaming software companies. By joining forces with Wargaming, we hope to expand the horizons of tailor-made solutions within this business segment and to enhance the opportunities for players to make online payments in the most convenient and secure method possible.”

As one of the world’s largest publishers and developers of free-to-play online action games for various platforms, Wargaming is headquartered in Nicosia, Cyprus, but maintains a presence in tech hubs around the world through its numerous development centres.

Thursday, 08 Sep, 2016 / 2:29

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Source : http://ecommpay.com/ecommpay-wargaming/

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