Payment technologies company SafeCharge has announced that it is providing advanced payment processing technologies to Eastern European Games Developer, Aratog, creator of Sci-Fi MMORTS, Astro Lords: Oort Cloud.
By utilizing SafeCharge’s advanced payment page and processing platform technologies, Aratog is able to give players the ability to make seamless in-game transactions without interruptions, minimum data input required allowing for quick transactions to occur, and access to multiple alternative payment methods.
Aratog’s latest project, Sci-Fi MMORTS, Astro Lords: Oort Cloud was recently launched in English language territories including North America and Europe. With the advent of new players signing up for the game, it was key that they experience a quick and simple set-up of their payment account in order to begin making in-game transactions.
Lyubov Nazarenko, Business Development and Marketing Director, Aratog explained: “SafeCharge was selected as a result of their sound reputation in the online games space and previous successful business collaborations. They offered competitive rates, a high level of service and continuous innovations in their payments technology.”
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