Safecharge lands Superbet extension

Global payments technology company SafeCharge, a Nuvei company, has announced it will continue its partnership with Romainan operator Superbet.

News of the extension comes as the betting operator targets new European territories, including Cyprus and Poland.

“We are delighted to extend our partnership with Romania’s leading gaming operator, further enhancing its users’ customer experience,” commented Yuval Ziv, CCO, SafeCharge.

“The gaming landscape keeps evolving with stricter regulations and new payment methods. Our technology platform is the ideal choice for operators to keep up with regulatory requirements, whilst delivering a seamless user experience for players. 

“With innovation at the heart of what we do, we look forward to collaborating with Superbet, further enhancing their players’ experience and supporting their geographical expansion across new territories with the addition of local and alternative payments.”

SafeCharge will continue offering punters with local and alternative payment methods (LPMs/APMs).

Having already cooperated previously, Safecharge will now  facilitate the deposits of funds and provide the best user experience in foreign territories.

“Sports betting is the core business of Superbet and the cooperation with SafeCharge is a key supporting factor in our international expansion,” said Ciprian Lazăr, head of operations, Superbet. 

“Delivering the highest payment acceptance rates is crucial to the smooth running of the gaming business, as is the continuous investment in product and technology, to which Superbet is committed.”