PayRetailers, Official Sponsor of the American Rugby Super League 2022

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PayRetailers, a payment service provider for Latin America, joins the American Rugby Super League 2022 as a new Official Sponsor.

PayRetailers, a payment processor for emerging markets in Latin America, announces its partnership with Super League Rugby America (SLAR) as an Official Sponsor for 2022.

The expansion and strategy of PayRetailers today allow the announcement that the company joins the portfolio of international companies that support the SLAR and its goal of promoting the further development of South American countries, supporting the sport and financial inclusion in the region. 

For PayRetailers, this alliance also represents a commitment to each of the countries in South America, guaranteeing speed and security in payments for the end consumers, being fans alike. In addition to the continued support of the passion for sports that characterizes Latin Americans, it is also a company that identifies itself with the hobbies and consumption habits of its employees.

“The addition of a Fintech (financial and technological company) in full expansion, which seeks to achieve greater financial integration in the region, is something that fills us with pride,” said Guillermo Altmann, Commercial Manager of South America Rugby.

SLAR and PayRetailers, as official partners, will collaborate to develop platforms and services that provide benefits and efficiencies for the rugby family, including ticket sales and merchandising.

The Superliga Americana de Rugby was founded in 1988 as the South American Rugby Confederation with the objective of promoting the dissemination, development and improvement of amateur rugby in South American countries.

About PayRetailers 

Founded in 2017, PayRetailers is a payment service processor that supports a wide range of payment methods through a single API integration that allows global businesses to market to consumers and increase revenue in Latin America.

For merchants looking to expand internationally across certain e-commerce verticals, a clear understanding of consumer behaviour and spending in their industry will be the difference between success and failure. By accepting local payment methods, PayRetailers enables anyone to shop online, even if they don’t have a credit or debit card.

PayRetailers is headquartered in Spain, with regional offices in Malta, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Colombia.

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