Paysafe partners with Betr in Ohio and Massachusetts

July 17, 2023
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Players making microbets with Betr in those states will have access to Paysafe's payment gateway, digital wallet and eCash solutions.

Paysafe, London-based payments platform, has announced a new US iGaming partnership with microbetting operator, Betr, in both Ohio and Massachusetts. The online payments processing and digital wallet company previously went live in both Ohio and Massachusetts earlier this year.

Zak Cutler, President of Global Gaming at Paysafe, said, “We’re proud to partner with Betr, which shares Paysafe’s own dedication to product innovation and driving the broader evolution of the US sports betting space.

“We look forward to supporting the growth of Betr in Ohio and Massachusetts as well as future states by providing the operator and its customers on-the-go with a payment experience that befits the UX of the Betr app.”

Betr bettors in these two states may now use Paysafe for secure deposits into their accounts via debit card with all transactions processed by the Paysafe payment gateway. Paysafe’s full range of alternative payment options, including digital wallet and eCash solutions, will be available as well.

The partnership hopes to carry both the operator and the payments company into more states in future, as Betr plans further US launches.

Joe Levy, Co-Founder and CEO at Betr, said, “We are excited to announce our partnership with Paysafe and are looking forward to working with them as we continue scaling the Betr business.

“They are reliable, experienced, and share our perspective that we are just scratching the surface of product innovation in the regulated real-money gaming industry."

The UK Advertising Standards Authority, however, recently ruled that a tweet by Ladbrokes featuring the image of Jake Paul, the other Co-Founder of Betr, has violated regulations surrounding appealing to people under the legal betting age. The betting operator posted an image of Paul after his defeat in a boxing match with Tommy Fury.


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