Payments services provider, DataCash, a MasterCard company, has announced it has signed an extended contract with leading online gaming operator William Hill. DataCash has supported William Hill’s expansion in the gaming industry for the past six years and will continue to power William Hill’s eCommerce and MOTO payment solution.
William Hill utilises DataCash’s trusted payment processing gateway to provide customers of its gaming websites with an efficient payments experience that enables them to fund their accounts through a range of credit and debit card options. DataCash has enabled William Hill to successfully meet the huge demand placed on its payments platform with proven scalability, particularly around major sporting events.
“I’m thrilled to be entering the sixth year of our partnership with William Hill,” says Ajay Bhalla, President at DataCash. “The gaming industry requires specialised payment services that are reliable and scalable, and meet the specific needs of customers who have preferred payment options to enable a good experience. At DataCash we’re looking forward to continuing powering eCommerce and MOTO payments processing for William Hill to help it continue driving success and ensuring customer satisfaction.”
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