CashBet Partners with Paysafe and Booming Games for Growing iGaming Market

By Scott Green

June 30, 2016

CashBet Expands iGaming Payment Options with Paysafe, Launches Content Distribution Partnership with Booming Game
CashBet ( announced two partnerships further expanding its mobile-first iGaming business. This includes the addition of global payment options through Paysafe and a content licensing initiative with Booming Games. Starting today, Paysafe will provide Skrill & NETELLER digital wallets, E-Cash with paysafecard, and other card solutions to the growing player base both in Europe and the USA. Additionally, CashBet will now operate Booming Games content through its casino apps and websites, Jenny Vegas and Atomic Casino. Featuring a wide variety of slots, video poker, blackjack, and roulette games, the newest Booming Games titles Revolution, Oh Catrina, Booming 7, Sweet Emojis and more to go live on the CashBet platform will further expand the variety of games available to players.

CashBet’s mobile-first iGaming platform includes campaign management, email marketing, and push notifications for engaging players. Partnered with leading vendors in online gambling, CashBet’s systems handle all the heavy lifting from multi-jurisdictional compliance to world-class network and physical security. Its core offering is robust, secure, compliant, and feature-rich with comprehensive anti-fraud operations, to protect both players and the integrity of CashBet’s partners in highly-regulated online gambling markets.

CashBet is a leading mobile-first real-money gaming (RMG) platform provider. CashBet operates on behalf of multiple brands in Europe and licenses its proprietary mobile-first platform to operators worldwide. CashBet is licensed by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission.

To learn more about CashBet, please visit www.cashbet.

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