Available banking options are an important point of consideration when choosing a mobile casino. Ideally, they should be accessible from any mobile device in order to conveniently deposit or withdraw funds and of course without compromising data security.
Many people balk at regular credit or debit card payments, because that means surrendering credit card information to the casino. A viable alternative are third-party payment processors, also known as “e-wallets”. They act as an intermediary between consumer and service provider.
Most mobile casinos nowadays offer a wide selection of both credit card and payment processor options in order to appeal to as broad a customer base as possible. While data are very secure with e-wallets, it can be bothersome to having to re-enter login details and/or credit card information every time a transaction is made.
To circumvent this issue, Bet365 Mobile Casino has recently partnered with e-wallet provider Skrill and has added the provider’s Skrill 1-Tap payments solution to their already impressive line-up of banking options.
Skrill 1-Tap is mobile friendly and will work with any mobile device. It does away with annoying logins. Instead, the payment option allows customers to make deposits and withdraw money with a single “tap”.
The mobile payments solution has been launched across all Bet365 channels, including the mobile casino and online casino. Skrill 1-Tap also has been integrated into Bet365’s standalone apps for Android, iPhone and iPad.
Skrill expects that apart from Bet365 further casino operators will adopt the convenient mobile payments solution as well.
“With Skrill 1-Tap now live on [Bet365], and with several more operators scheduled to go live in the next few weeks, we are excited by the potential of [our] mobile payments solution that offers simplicity and convenience,” said Skrill’s chief product officer, David Roe.
“We believe that this is the key to a truly mobile experience and [we] are looking forward to launching Skrill 1-Tap with more providers over the coming weeks,” he added.