Oink has announced that it has partnered with the European Games Group to provide a seamless payment technology for their games.
Oink’s payment technology is designed to allow retailers and game publishers to reach consumers in a manner compliant with the FTC and other international regulations. The technology serves as a digital family wallet that is available online or via mobile which allows transactions that can be enhanced with parental controls.
“Our games entertain millions of players in multiple countries & Oink is a perfect choice for us as a seamless, safe transaction method that works for gamers of all ages across our platform,” said Karsten Maxem, Partner and Director Business Development & Ad Sales with European Games Group. “Their rapid GamePay integration allows us to quickly provide a secure, frictionless in-game transaction experience to any of our current popular games.”
“We’re delighted to announce our partnership with the European Games Group as we continue our global expansion in gaming,” said Joe Peden, General Manager, EMEA at Oink. “Their games are favourites in many of the major markets and we look forward to working with them to provide a unique and secure way to monetize their users in multiple countries.”
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