SCCG Management partners with Preferred Payments

January 9, 2024
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The advisory firm has partnered with the payment technology company to offer new solutions, including Preferred Payments' Ecrypt product.

SCCG Management, an advisory firm with a focus on gaming, is partnering with Preferred Payments in an attempt to ‘revolutionize’ payments within the market. 

Preferred Payments’ technology includes payment gateway product Ecrypt, which offers a payment gateway for managing data, scaling businesses and accepting payments. The technology is designed for large and small businesses both within and outside of the gaming industry, utilizing an ‘API-first approach’ to tailor the solution to the needs of the business. 

The company also partners with software firms to keep its products up to date with developing technologies. 

In partnership with SCCG Management, the supplier hopes to display its potential to companies in the market, utilizing SCCG Management’s 30 years of market guidance experience and network of operators. Alongside the aforementioned features, Preferred Payments’ offerings also include omni-channel capabilities, tokenization and pricing capabilities.

On the collaboration, SCCG Management Founder and CEO Stephen Crystal said, “We are excited to collaborate with Preferred Payments. This partnership aligns with our commitment to bringing advanced and secure payment solutions to the gaming industry.” 

Partner & VP of Strategic Partnerships at Preferred Payments Chris Berman added, “Preferred Payments is excited to partner with SCCG and utilize their 30 years of expertise in the gaming space to help bring our Ecrypt payment network to the marketplace.”


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