Anaxi makes its Digital Wallet available to third-party apps

August 10, 2023
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The Digital Wallet may now be integrated with any casino player app, removing CMS compatibility obstacles.

Anaxi, Aristocrat's online gaming and customer experience solutions business, has made its Digital Wallet solutions available for any third-party concierge app in the US.

The Digital Wallet may now be integrated with any casino player app, removing CMS compatibility obstacles. Anaxi says this provides players with one simple, streamlined way to fund gaming.

With this greater availability, the vendors of third-party apps can now join Oasis 360 customers offering Anaxi’s Digital Wallet solution.

Charles Hiten, Global SVP of Product and Development at Anaxi's Customer Experience Solutions, said, “We’ve been working hard to create open platform solutions to enable operators to seamlessly integrate Anaxi’s solutions such as the Digital Wallet with other products in their portfolio.

"We’re eager to see it transform the way players finance their casino experiences and is in line with our vision of ‘One player, one experience.’”

The Digital Wallet now offers all operators the ability to extend funding sources to provide players with more financing options and more visibility into player funding activity, which reduces costs and risks and supports responsible gaming.

Anaxi's parent company, Aristocrat Leisure, is traded on the Australian Securities Exchange under the ticker ALL. Anaxi itself was founded in 2022.

Aristocrat is in the process of acquiring NeoGames, a provider of iLottery and iGaming solutions.

NeoGames, meanwhile, today reported a huge rise in Q2 revenue.


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