PayRetailers returns to the gaming space at ICE London

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The global payment processor for Latin America greets the second quarter of 2022 by attending the largest gathering of gaming operators in Europe – ICE London, UK. Taking place from 12-14 April, ICE is the largest global gathering of gaming operators in Europe and the PayRetailers team will connect with leaders, decision-makers, technology experts and policy regulators in the gaming space.

PayRetailers continues to be at the forefront of the payment and financial services industry and will present its full range of payment services and expertise for the Latin American markets at ICE London, 12–14 April 2022, at booth N6–356.

The PayRetailers team of experts will position the company on the game board at the London event, highlighting its blue-chip, all-in-one payment platform. The company understands the needs of the gaming industry which is why its platform enables stability, security, the immediacy of transfers and speed of payments. The trump card that gives them an edge over other platforms is the full range of payment solutions offered for 12 Latin American countries, connecting gamers with more than 250 local payment methods.

The platform allows Merchants, especially in this industry, to empower their business platforms in response to gamer needs, facilitating developments for web design or mobile applications through a customisable interface, flexible integration methods, multi-currency, and third-party integrations to create a holistic checkout experience that increases conversion rates.

The easy integration also ensures that user information is always protected and validated by the high-security standards and PCI/DSS compliance, including tokenization. 

PayRetailers knows how consumers in the region think and understands their payment behaviours within the gaming market, ensuring that industry operators and their users appreciate the depth of local expertise on emerging markets in Latin America. With local offices and a team of native experts in each country, PayRetailers optimises the coverage of merchants’ needs by understanding potential business issues such as fraud rates, regulations, chargebacks or the right mix of payment methods for each market.

With this broad portfolio and expertise, the company joins a group of payment experts who will be attending alongside technology professionals and leading industry innovators. 

ICE London offers a space to connect with over 35,000 attendees to find new business and develop high-quality commercial partnerships. Participants are from the land-based gaming, iGaming, sports betting, lottery & bingo sectors from over 150 countries, including Latin America as one of the regions with the greatest potential to create the opportunities that players are looking for in the marketplace.

About PayRetailers 

Founded in 2017, PayRetailers is a leading payment services company headquartered in Spain with regional offices in Malta, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia.

Its flagship online payment platform is a unified solution that integrates more than 250 payment methods, including digital payment alternatives using local currency, such as cash payments, credit/debit cards, online banking, QR codes and a wide range of e-wallets.

PayRetailers’ payment platform leverages API technology to connect Latin American consumers with international merchants, offering a seamless payment experience.

From a merchant perspective, the solution has the distinct advantage of removing the obstacles faced with integrating multiple acquirers and payment methods, configuring multiple local entities and managing payment processors and payments individually.

For more information about the company and its technology solution, please visit www.payretailers.com.

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