SafetyPay and UOL BoaCompra Partner To Provide Additional Online Payment Options to Latin American Gamers

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BOACompra & SafetyPay

SafetyPay™, the real time online-banking payment solution that enables consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency, today announced a partnership with Brazilian company UOL BoaCompra, a leader in monetizing online games for Latin America.

“SafetyPay reaches hundreds of millions of consumers across Latin America who enjoy the company’s convenience and security,” said Fernando Estevez Vazquez, Head of International Strategy and Payments at UOL BoaCompra. “We’re excited to offer this easy-to-use and widely available payment method to customers across the region as we expand our payment coverage in Latin America.”

UOL BoaCompra provides payment services to more than 3,000 games across multiple platforms in Latin America, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.

“UOL BoaCompra represents some of the biggest names in online gaming around the world,” said Ronald Wieselberg, Vice President Business Development at SafetyPay. “This relationship complements our existing partnerships and extends SafetyPay’s reach to cover almost the entirety of the top of the online gaming market.”

About UOL BoaCompra
Founded in 2004, UOL BoaCompra specializes in monetizing online games while offering and servicing more than 3,000 games across multiple platforms in Latin America, Portugal, Spain and Turkey. As part of Brazil’s largest internet company and content portal, the company aggregates more than 1.2 billion page views per month and has more than 120,000 POS across LATAM. Several of the largest gaming companies including Valve, EA, Riot Games, Bigpoint, SmileGate and Aeria Games partner with UOL BoaCompra to bring their games to emerging markets including Brazil and most recently, Turkey. For more information, please visithttp://www.boacompra.com and keep up-to-date on the latest news at http://www.boacompra.eu/blog/.

About SafetyPay
SafetyPay is a real time online-banking payment solution that enables hundreds of millions of consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency. The SafetyPay solution is available in the USA, Europe, Canada and Latin America. SafetyPay guarantees no fraud and no chargebacks while supporting mobile, call center applications, e-invoices, pay-outs and promotions. To learn more about SafetyPay, visit http://www.safetypay.com.

 

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SafetyPay and OffGamers Partner to Offer Global Gamers Payment Security and Convenience

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SafetyPay™, the real time online-banking payment solution that enables consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency or with cash, today announced a partnership with OffGamers, a leader in providing high quality customer service at an affordable rate for gamers from all walks of life and across the whole spectrum of game platforms.

“SafetyPay provides a uniquely safe and easy-to-use payment method that is available to hundreds of millions of bank customers around the world,” said Daryl Lau, Chief Marketing Officer at OffGamers. “With its direct bank connections in Latin America, North America, and Europe, we can reach more customers around the world and offer gamers more options and greater convenience.”

“OffGamers provides a full range of products and services to online gamers, representing some of the biggest names in gaming,” said Sandra Feinberg, Vice President of Sales, SafetyPay. “Our relationship with OffGamers will enhance our strong and growing presence in the international gaming industry.”

About SafetyPay
SafetyPay is a real time online-banking payment solution that enables hundreds of millions of consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency or with cash. The SafetyPay solution is available in the USA, Europe, Canada and Latin America. SafetyPay guarantees no fraud and no chargebacks while supporting mobile, call center applications, e-invoices, pay-outs and promotions. To learn more about SafetyPay, visit http://www.safetypay.com.

About OffGamers
OffGamers is at the forefront of providing quality service at an affordable rate for gamers from all walks of life and across the whole spectrum of game platforms. We adopt leading technologies of world class standards, to push the boundaries of monetizing while pioneering new concepts and products.

Having been in the industry for over 10 years, we continue to push the envelope in the industry by developing and fostering strong partnerships with reputable game publishers and developers. OffGamers also facilitates the gaming industry by innovating effective game card top up systems and enhancing our user’s experience. To learn more about OffGamers, visit http://corp.offgamers.com.

SafetyPay and Paymentez Partner To Offer Latin American Gamers A Secure and Seamless Payment Option

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SafetyPay™, the real time online-banking payment solution that enables consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency, today announced a partnership with Miami-based Paymentez, a leader in helping social games, online games and virtual content companies extend their reach and monetize their products in Latin America.

“SafetyPay is well known across Latin America as a safe and easy-to-use payment method,” said Sarah Arnio, Director of Revenue at Paymentez. “With its direct bank connections in Latin America, we can cater to our customers in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia by offering them more payment options.”

“Paymentez provides payment services to some of the biggest names in online gaming,” said Sandra Feinberg, Vice President of Sales, Safetypay. “Together we’ll be able to connect hundreds of millions of consumers across Latin America with global game publishers.”

About SafetyPay
SafetyPay is a real time online-banking payment solution that enables hundreds of millions of consumers to shop from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their bank account in their local currency. The SafetyPay solution is available in the USA, Europe, Canada and Latin America. SafetyPay guarantees no fraud and no chargebacks while supporting mobile, call center applications, e-invoices, pay-outs and promotions. To learn more about SafetyPay, visit http://www.safetypay.com.

About Paymentez
Paymentez, LLC, headquartered in Miami, Florida, is the largest monetization platform of virtual content in Latin America. With more than 4 million registered users and processing 650 requests per second, it’s the most experienced company in online and offline payments in Latin America. Its network consists of 500,000 offline POS in six countries, with a strategy focused on increasing conversion rate and providing a transparent solution for its clients. Customers include Visa, EA, Valve, Ubisoft, Zynga, Sulake, Bigpoint, and Nexon. For more information visit:http://corp.paymentez.com/home.

Xsolla Teams up with SafetyPay to Monetize Online Gaming and Social Networking Platforms

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Xsolla, a global virtual currency reseller, has entered a partnership with SafetyPay, a US-based online payment systems developer, to provide payment processing services for online gaming, MMO ( massively multiplayer online), social, mobile and casual games.

SafetyPay enables gaming merchants to accept and approve payments for the digital content purchased by gamers. SafetyPay is an online payment solution that enables online banking customers to make internet purchases from merchants worldwide and pay directly from their local bank account in their local currency.

In recent and related news, SafetyPay has joined forces with HSBC Bank Brazil to extend SafetyPay’s online payment services to the bank’s account holders and small and medium sized business customers, enabling them to pay online for purchases with worldwide merchants using their own currency.

SafetyPay Makes Paying for Online Gaming a Breeze

Earlier this week, SafetyPay announced its new partnership with one of the top online gaming payment systems, PlaySpan. PlaySpan is a Visa company and is the leader in monetization solutions, online games, social networks and online videos. 

With this new partnership, SafetyPay is also now also a  payment option for Facebook Credits, the official currency of the social network, Facebook. As it is becoming more widely adopted, Facebook Credits allow online social gamers to gain advantages in the games they play as well as rent movies from powerhouses like, Miramax and Universal’s Social Cinema.

According to Karl Mehta, CEO of PlaySpan, “SafetyPay has significant penetration into the growing Latin American market, and their service makes purchases of digital goods more accessible to that base. We are very enthusiastic about the opportunities this will bring to our customers.”

Stay tuned for more exiciting news from SafetyPay!

SafetyPay Added as Payment Method for Facebook Credits

On Friday, SafetyPay was added as one of the 80 payment methods for Facebook Credits. According to the Facebook Help Center, “Facebook Credits are a virtual currency you can use to buy virtual goods in any games or apps of the Facebook platform that accept payments.” This is a project that began as a beta test in 2009 and was finalized July 2011. Most Facebook users can access this by going to the newly added Payments tab within their Account Settings. 

The goal of Facebook Credits for websites is to allow developers to create a unified experience beyond Facebook apps, and hopefully one day have all websites process virtual goods using these credits. 

Currently, SafetyPay can be used a s a payment method for Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Spain, Austria and Brazil.

For more information, read http://www.zdnet.com/blog/facebook/facebook-begins-testing-facebook-credits-f…