NetBet UK partners with Citizen for cardless payments

Online casino NetBet UK has partnered with Citizen, a payment platform, to provide its players with another option for deposits and withdrawals.

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With over 4,000 slot games available on both desktop and mobile devices, NetBet UK also offers a library of traditional casino games.

Account-to-account (A2A) payments from Citizen are supported by open banking technologies and instantly verify players' bank accounts for Know Your Customer (KYC) using built-in facial biometrics. Players can make deposits and withdraw money without using codes, applications or pins. The deposit and withdrawal limits are £10 ($12) to £10,000.

Ana Stef, NetBet UK’s Head of Payments, said: “We are committed to giving our players plenty of choices when it comes to payment methods, allowing them to make secure transactions on our site. Both payments and withdrawals can be made with Citizen which helps us support a wider audience of players with different financial needs.”

James Neville, CEO of Citizen, said: “I’m excited to see more and more key players in the iGaming industry, like NetBet, embrace new payment methods such as open banking.”

After launching in the Irish gaming industry last year, online betting operator Novibet also teamed up with Citizen to enhance its customer offering.

Novibet's Irish customers will be able to use Citizen's cardless payment system for gaming transactions, including A2A deposits and withdrawals.

Of the deal, Neville said: “We’re delighted that Citizen’s cardless payment technology will enhance their customers’ experience, providing them with more ways to manage funds instantly, with ease and confidence through their banks’ own secure environments."

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