Leading specialized payments platform Paysafe has announced a new partnership with Strive Gaming, a Vancouver-based advanced player account management (PAM) platform designed for the multi-state requirements of online operators in the North American market.
Strive had recently linked up with Paysafe partner Golden Nugget Online Gaming in Ontario, and has now integrated Paysafe’s payments technology into its PAM platform to provide Golden Nugget Online Gaming and its other U.S. and Canadian iGaming clients with a full suite of traditional and alternative payment methods via a single interface.
Meanwhile, Paysafe launched on day one of the Ontario regulated market opening on April 4, partnering with brands including theScore Bet and PointsBet Canada.
Through Paysafe, operators that adopt the Strive Gaming PAM platform will be able to offer their customers a complete range of depositing and payout options tailored to their specific preferences. Paysafe will also support the PAM platform with real-time reporting and analytics tools, which allow for the monitoring of transactions and individual payment methods to optimize online payment acceptance, as well as enhanced security to protect player and operator data.
Zak Cutler, CEO of North America iGaming at Paysafe, said in a press release: “We’re proud to support Strive Gaming’s core mission of bringing operators closer to their customers through our leading payment solutions. We look forward to evolving our partnership with Strive Gaming to support North American iGaming operators’ growth in new and existing markets.”
Max Meltzer, CEO of Strive Gaming, added: “Strive Gaming has become a leading platform in the U.S. and Canada quickly because of our scalable technology, enabling speed to market and efficiencies for leading operators. Integrations and partnerships at the deepest levels, and quickly achieved, are a hallmark of our tech stack with no technical debt. Integrating and collaborating with Paysafe makes so much sense for our customers, and we are pleased to be working with Paysafe now and over the long-term.”
Meanwhile, Strive Gaming has appointed former TwinSpires vice president Andrew Holmes to the role of Chief Operating Officer, wherein he will focus on developing Strive’s online gaming platform in preparation for changes in regulation across the U.S. and Canada. He will be based at the company’s main office in Vancouver.
“Appointing Andrew as our new COO represents another significant step forward for Strive Gaming as we continue to deliver on our promise of becoming the leading B2B real money iGaming platform in North America,” said Meltzer.