LONDON | SafeCharge is exhibiting at Casual Connect Belgrade, 10th-12th November, showcasing its Cashier solution, a deposit management system, that enables gaming merchants to give their players a more personalised experience.
Video Games Event
Casual Connect Belgrade is the video games industry’s premiere event, produced by the Casual Games Association. According to research by the Association, more than 200 million people worldwide play casual games via the Internet, in a market that is worth US$75.5bn.
Making In-Game Payments Simple
SafeCharge, together with its client ggcorp, will be speaking in a panel session at the event, called: “Convert Players to Payers: Making In-Game Payments Simple” on the 11th November at 16:00 in the Baltic Aegean Hall. Attendees will also be an opportunity to meet the SafeCharge team at the Company's stand, (201) to learn more about its Cashier solution. Click here for more information.
Key Solution Features
- Localisation capabilities, based on geo-location
- Fully customisable and intelligent payment page, auto-selecting optimal language, currency and regional payment methods
- Access to multiple payment and currency options with only a single integration
- Best conversion and retention rates with fewer “walkaways”
- Integrated fraud prevention platform to minimise risk
Cashier, 3D-Secure and PCI descaling
Commenting on the Company’s participation in Casual Connect Belgrade, its COO, Yuval Ziv said: "Casual Connect enables us to meet the industry’s leading games developers and highlight our award-winning payments solutions, such as Cashier; 3D secure processing; and complete PCI descaling. Casual Connect continuously strives to bring together experts in the industry and I look forward to discovering trending solutions available in the current online and video games space."
SafeCharge is a global provider of payments services, risk management and IT solutions for online businesses. SafeCharge is a trusted payment partner for customers from various e-commerce verticals. SafeCharge has been Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (“PCI-DSS”) Level 1 certified since 2007 and is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market (LSE: SCH).
The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, SafeCharge Limited, is an authorised Electronic Money Institution, regulated by the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC); and a principal member of MasterCard Europe and Visa Europe. The SafeCharge Group has operations in the UK, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Israel, Germany and Austria.
Sourced from Press Release SafeCharge, October 29th, 2014