Paysafe announces partnership with Fanatics Betting and Gaming

November 13, 2023
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The sportsbook will be provided with an all-inclusive payment solution.

Payments supplier Paysafe has announced a partnership with subsidiary of digital sports platform Fanatics Holdings, Fanatics Betting and Gaming. 

Under the terms of this deal, the Fanatics Sportsbook will be able to offer its customers traditional card payments and other alternative payment methods. 

Those taking part in online sports betting are using a variety of payment methods and, through this collaboration, Paysafe will offer a single, streamlined integration to offer Fanatics Sportsbook.

Players who prefer to use cash will also be able to do so thanks to this partnership, using Paysafecash, which is Paysafe’s barcode-based online cash solution. 

President of Global Gaming at Paysafe, Zak Cutler, said: “With the stature of the Fanatics brand in the sports world, we’re proud to partner with Fanatics Betting and Gaming to provide Fanatics Sportsbook and its customers with an unparalleled payments experience.

"We’re confident that our ‘all in one’ payment solution will exceed the transactional expectations of Fanatics Sportsbook’s diverse customer base and support the brand’s growth in its current and future markets.” 

SVP of Strategic Operations at Fanatics, Kathleen Boord, added: “We’re excited about our continued partnership with the team at Paysafe. Their single integration has allowed us to move quickly and has provided us with flexibility that ensures we’re allowing our customers to transact with their preferred payment options.

"We look forward to the ongoing collaboration with Paysafe as we continue to build on our strong foundation and create the best experience for our Fans.” 

Back in July, Paysafe announced a partnership with Betr, in both Ohio and Massachusetts. 

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