Maverick Gaming implements PayNearMe’s MoneyLine platform

May 2, 2023
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Players can now access multiple payment and purchasing features on their mobile devices.

Payments platform PayNearMe has been selected by Maverick Gaming to offer players a broad range of payment options through its MoneyLine feature. Maverick Gaming customers can access payment features and purchase options through single integration and platform on their mobile devices.

Maverick Gaming CEO Eric Persson commended PayNearMe for its variety of options and said collaborating with the company can potentially offer Maverick’s users convenient payment methods.

“PayNearMe has consolidated the widest range of deposit and payout methods in the industry into a single platform integration with a consistent look and feel, which gives our customers a broad choice of payment options on a single screen.

“MoneyLine also dramatically improves the overall customer experience. It’s a real game-changer for the industry.”

Through the agreement, Maverick will be able to process cards, cash and mobile-first deposit methods that include PayPal, Venmo and Apple Pay through MoneyLine’s turkey integration with IGT PlaySports.

Currently, PayNearMe offers licensing to iGaming and sports betting operators across 19 US states access to its complete paymen solution. The company said it continues to focus on expansion across the United States as regulated sports betting gains momentum.

PayNearMe Vice President and General Manager of iGaming and Sports Betting Leighton Webb said: “As the industry becomes more sophisticated, players want modern and mobile-first deposit methods and faster payouts.

“PayNearMe gives operators the ability to offer cash, cards, ACH, Apple Pay, PayPal and Venmo for deposits, and payout options such as push to debit, PayPal and Venmo for funds availability in minutes as opposed to days.”


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