OKTO provides MaxBet.ro with e-Voucher solution in Romania

By Gambling Insider

OKTO and Serbian betting operator MaxBet.ro have teamed up to provide the OKTO.Cash e-Voucher solution in the Romanian market.

This partnership will offer MaxBet’s users the possibility to top-up their iGaming account using OKTO’s offering.

Commenting on the agreement, Liviu Popovici, OKTO’s Romania Country Representative, said: “Our proprietary technology is fully integrated into the MaxBet.ro mobile app and website which enables customers to replenish their accounts in real-time via OKTO.Cash.

“It means that players can load their online accounts without having to leave either the operator’s mobile app or their site. The OKTO.CASH journey is seamless and consistent with the demands of 21st-century consumers who want and expect a convenient, streamlined, zero-hassle eCash solution.”

MaxBet CEO Victor Rusinov added: “We are always looking for new ways to facilitate our players’ experience, and the fact they are now able to top up their online player accounts instantly in a fast, easy, and secure way gives us confidence it was the best decision.

“We have been impressed by the technology, which is tried and tested, and by the brand’s ability to deliver a next-gen mobile-first experience that’s reliable, seamless and secure.”

OKTO has recently signed another betting-related deal with a Romanian firm, Mozzard Bet, after the betting operator noticed there was a demand for an ‘instant and seamless payment option.'

In October, the digital payments provider announced its presence in the UK, with a double partnership with Merkur Slots and Merkur Bingo, making its e-Voucher wallet system available at 20 Merkur venues throughout the country.


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