Online video game developer and publisher
has selected payment processer and risk manager Worldpay as its provider of international payment services.
Worldpay will provide InnoGames with a global payment portfolio for payment gateways, acquiring, risk management, treasury services and alternative payment methods. This enables InnoGames to securely manage its local and international transactions through one portal, using one integration via one contract to improve its visibility on global sales figures.
“We needed a solution that allowed us maximum visibility across all our markets,” said Mark Gerban, head of payment at InnoGames. “Operating in multiple countries, currencies and accepting transactions in a range of payment methods can prove complicated, but Worldpay has been able to advise us on the best solutions to make this a simple process.”
With more than 120m users worldwide, Hamburg, Germany-based InnoGames offers a wide range of free-to-play online games. Users sign up with a free account, and have the option to purchase additional features through in-game micro-payments. Gamers can also upgrade to a premium account to access in-game benefits.
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