Sightline renews partnership with i2c for another 10 years

March 6, 2024
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The payments supplier said providing is prioritising quality over quantity.

Fintech company Sightline has signed a deal with i2c to renew its exclusive partnership. The supplier opted to continue collaboration with the banking and payment solutions provider for another 10 years.

The extended contract will aim to support Sightline’s offerings for digital payments products within the gambling industry.

Sightline and i2c first teamed up in 2012. At the start of the partnership, Sightline began offering its payment solutions to companies within the gaming industry.

Since aligning with i2c, Sightline has expanded its offering to include omnichannel cashless operations, sports betting and land-based casinos.

Sightline CEO Omer Sattar said the company remains committed to its partnership with i2c and described its relationship with i2c as an essential one.

Sattar said, “We are committed to creating lasting solutions for the global gaming industry, and having long-term partnerships, like this one with i2c, is essential.

“We continually invest in working with the best companies in the world to empower the gaming industry to continue to move forward in dynamic ways. Renewing this partnership sets the stage for another decade filled with innovative breakthroughs.”

Serena Smith, i2c CEO, noted that the company’s continued work with Sightline maintains a consumer-focused approach.

She commented, “Our continued partnership with Sightline enables the company to offer innovative digital payments technology that was specifically designed to meet the growing expectations of consumers and offer the ability to update and modernize in the years to come.”

The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Silicon Valley. Since its debut, i2c supports a user base that spans 200 countries.


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