888 and Nuvei expand partnership

August 3, 2023
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This time the companies are working together to enhance 888's payment experience in the US.

The Canadian fintech company Nuvei is partnering with the global iGaming operator 888 to boost its card acquiring and local payment capacities in the US.

Meanwhile, 888 will leverage Nuvei’s technology platform to maximize payments acceptance and optimize its risk management.

This is the latest expansion of Nuvei’s longstanding relationship with 888. Nuvei has provided payment services to 888 in Europe since 2017.

It also enabled 888 to launch in Ontario, Canada when the province launched its regulated iGaming market in 2022.

Noam Klivitzky, 888's VP of US Marketing, said “Enabling players to deposit and withdraw funds from their iGaming accounts seamlessly and securely is critical to the overall platform experience.

"At 888 we’re committed to offering the most comprehensive iGaming experience in the market, so we’re excited to add Nuvei’s card-acquiring capabilities alongside its Instant Bank Transfer solution. Nuvei has a rich heritage of enabling iGaming operators to maximize their payments’ performance in regulated markets across the globe.”

Philip Fayer, Nuvei Chair and CEO, said, “We’re thrilled to continue to grow our relationship with 888 and support its global expansion in the US and beyond. Instant, convenient, and secure deposits and payouts are critical to winning players in the rapidly expanding US iGaming landscape.

"Optimizing card payment acceptance is a key component of the cashier experience, and Nuvei has decades of experience supporting operators maximize their revenue growth.


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