Paysafe provides new payment options for DraftKings in Europe

Payments services company Paysafe Group Plc (LON:PAYS) announced that has furthered its partnership with DraftKings, a global daily fantasy sports (DFS) platform, by providing them the ability to expand their payment methods in Europe through Skrill Quick Checkout.

Paysafe’s Skrill Quick Checkout platform provides customers with access to a range of payment methods in a single interface, including online cash solution paysafecard and the Skrill and NETELLER digital wallets. Through the Skrill and NETELLER digital wallets, customers in over 200 countries have the ability to transact via over 100 alternative payment methods (APMs) specific to their geographic region. Optimised for mobile, desktop and other devices, Skrill Quick Checkout negates the need for multiple logins, offering consumers a seamless, quick and secure experience.

Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO, Digital Wallets, Paysafe commented:

Providing customers with a streamlined and seamless digital experience is central to what we do. We’re pleased to be enabling more ways in which DraftKings’ customers can play on the Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) platform knowing their money is secure. Helping the businesses enhance their customer experience in existing and new markets is one of the main objectives we strive to achieve.

Jeffrey Haas, Chief International Officer, DraftKings said:

Paysafe is one of the world’s largest payments brands and we are confident that our partnership will offer DraftKings customers a seamless and most importantly, a secure option for payment processing. As our debit and credit card processor in the UK, we believe their pioneering approach and know-how in the payments space make them an ideal partner for our rapidly growing consumer base in Europe.

DraftKings is a global daily fantasy sports platform with over 8 million registered customers, globally. DraftKings offers over 10 sports including, NFL, MLB, NBA, Golf, NASCAR, MMA, Soccer, CFL and eSports, and a range of leading leagues, including: WNBA, Premier League, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Major League Soccer and Liga MX.

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