PRESS RELEASES boosts payments conversion with SafeCharge’s advanced payments technologies

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LONDON, October 5, 2016, SafeCharge (LON:SCH), a leader in advanced payment technologies, today announced that, the online gaming platform of the Italian group operating in the Gaming and Payment Services sector, has selected SafeCharge to facilitate players’ deposit and withdrawal journey, fraud prevention, cards acquiring and alternative payments acceptance for the Italian market. boosts payments conversion with SafeCharge's advanced payments technologiesSafeCharge’s Personalised Cashier enables to provide Italian players with an enhanced deposit and withdrawal experience for cards and multiple Alternative Payment Methods (APMs). By implementing the Personalised Cashier, has access to unique capabilities such as single-click deposits, decline recovery, dynamic 3D Secure along with additional proprietary gaming enablement features that are key in driving a significant increase in conversions.

SafeCharge’s Fraud Prevention Platform supports Sisal’s regulation compliance as well as its internal risk operations including both cards and alternative payment methods. In order to reduce cost, liability and manpower resources has shifted the responsibility of storing and transmitting sensitive card holder data to SafeCharge as all sensitive consumer data along with payment card data are being stored in the SafeCharge vault.

“We are honored to have been selected as Sisal’s payments provider and we believe that our payments technology will contribute to facilitating Italian players’ deposit and withdrawals journey,” stated David Avgi, CEO, SafeCharge. “By working with we are expanding our presence in the Italian market and delivering on our roadmap of extending our services to different territories.”

“Further to reviewing a number of payments providers, in order to offer a more efficient service to our clients, we selected SafeCharge based on their established presence within the gaming industry, unique technologies for both deposit and withdrawals, full alignment with Italian gambling directives along with top-notch account management and technical support services,” Marco Tiso, Online Gaming Business Manager at Sisal. “We believe we will be able to streamline our payments process and offer simpler and secure processing.”

About SafeCharge

SafeCharge International Group Limited is a global provider of payments services, technologies and risk management solutions for online and mobile businesses. The SafeCharge group has a diversified, blue chip client base and is a trusted payment partner for customers from various e-commerce verticals. SafeCharge has been Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (“PCI-DSS”) Level 1 certified since 2007 and is listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market (LSE: SCH). The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, SafeCharge Limited, is an authorized Electronic Money Institution regulated by the Central Bank of Cyprus and a principal member of MasterCard Europe and VISA Europe. The SafeCharge group has operations in the UK, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Israel, Germany, Austria and Ireland.

About Sisal

Founded by three sports journalists in 1946, Sisal is the first Italian Company to operate in the gaming sector as a Government Licensee. The story of Sisal is first and foremost a story of Italian enterprise at its finest. Over the years, Sisal has created a succession of popular, high-quality games, including the Totocalcio, the Totip and, more recently, SuperEnalotto and Win for Life. The success of Sisal’s ideas underpins the financial results and reputation of a company that has built a relationship of trust and credibility with over 14 million Italian consumers over more than sixty years in business, developing and managing games with expertise and high standards of integrity, transparency and security: all essential characteristics for companies operating in a heavily regulated sector subject to strict state controls. Sisal today is a major Italian group operating in the Gaming and Payment Services sector.



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