Paysafe and Emerchants Deal to Provide New Pay-out Card Solutions
Most of the casino players, have switched from land- based casinos to playing online, the number has been rising over the years. The major benefit of switching to online casinos is that you do not have to travel to enjoy gambling; you can easily do that from your house. It also does not require you to have solid cash, but you can use online payment methods. Online casino players now have a reason to smile sice the Paysafe and Emerchants are signing a very new contract together.
An Important Milestone for IGaming
Various payment methods in online casinos, such as, Skrill, Neteller, and paysafecard are under Paysafe. They are a very sure and secure way of transferring money over the internet, there are very few additional charges applied in these methods. Online casino players, clients and poker players are using these methods of payments. Paysafe signed an agreement with Emerchants, which is among the top payment solutions company, thus it will be able to provide new payout options to the gamblers. With Paysafe having a very good reputation in the financial world, the iGaming gamblers located in Europe will be have an added advantage.
A Faster Way to Withdraw Funds
The process of cashing in your funds on an online casino account is quite fast as compared to the process involved in the cashing out of the same amount, which often take between three and five banking days. This is a rather disappointing experience for online gamblers, who have to take time before they can enjoy their profits. The prepaid cards that will be given by the merging of Paysafe and Emerchants will be a relief to the players as they will be able to withdraw their profits immediately after winning.
The card will be an important asset and it will be used in store, at the ATM or over the internet, the European iGaming community will be able to re- gamble immediately by restocking their cash back to the online account, this will help them stay in touch with any profitable opportunity that comes up after they cash out their funds.