Kaizen Gaming unites with OKTO to bolster payment journey

European Gametech firm Kaizen Gaming has linked with OKTO to provide Stoiximan and Betano players with a seamless user experience. 

Seeking to ‘modernise the player payment experience’, the combination provides a seamless physical-to-digital payment method through Stoiximan.Cash and Betano.Cash. 

Kostas Georgoulas, Director of Strategic Accounts of OKTO, said: “Our partnership with Kaizen Gaming is in line with our mission to digitise the physical payment experience and provide consumers with the capabilities to transact across multiple channels seamlessly and securely while operating under the umbrella of one of the most recognisable brands in Europe. That kind of flexibility speaks to the player, making the payment process frictionless and creating a consistent experience.

“At the core of our offering is a safe, secure and reliable electronic payments platform. Whether it’s mobile, online, or in-shop gaming, we aim to make payments effortless, faster, simple, and safe.”

The mobile on-premise payment solution looks to enhance mobile payments, enabling players to top up their online gaming account instantly through any physical point-of-sale via the Stoiximan and Betano mobile wagering apps.

Litsa Katsika, Customer Account & Payments Product Manager of Kaizen Gaming, added: “ Our goal is to continually improve our products and services to offer the best experience to those who trust us for their entertainment.

“Our cooperation with OKTO is based on our common belief that a digitized, seamless and secure payment experience forms an integral part of our members’ overall experience.

“In OKTO, we deem the reliable fintech partner and the wide network of point-of-sales nationwide and internationally to be necessary. Both should contribute to rapidly and effectively offering the ultimate payment solution that suits not only the demands of the next-gen player or mobile-first player but also the demands made by those that wish to enjoy the benefits of cash-based transactions.”