Unikrn To Revamp Global Payments Through Nuvei

Unikrn, a Seattle-based esports wagering site, will revamp its global payment options and after partnering with Nuvei, further maximise its currency range.

Unikrn has chosen Nuvei, operating in 24 countries,’ including 41 US states,’ to revamp its community payment services, optimising payment processing and withdrawal options for its global player base.

Unikrn announced that it will use Nuvei technologies as its lead payment gateway, securing more than 450 alternative payment methods (APMs) serving 150 currencies around the world to improve its platform for imminent growth in the burgeoning wagering field of esports,

Further services can see Unikrn benefit from the customisable ‘Cashier’ payment page of Nuvei, enabling customers to immediately process deposits and withdrawals through a safe single interface, simplifying customer travel to deposit and redeem funds options.

Rahul Sood, co-founder of Unikrn said: “Unikrn offers our global customer base access to an unrivalled spectrum of gaming experiences without interruption.

“Nuvei was the best option for us to ensure we meet these expectations and offer a platform that will scale with our rapid growth. Cashier makes our customers’ payment journey safe and seamless. We look forward to working with Nuvei for many years to come.”

In 2020, by completing a $880 million acquisition of SafeCharge, a leading payment processor for the igaming industry, Nuvei refreshed its corporate identity by extending its payment services.

A New Look Nuvei aggressively focuses on growth and new alliances in the global gambling industry.

Yuval Ziv, managing director of digital payments at Nuvei said: “Nuvei’s payment platform offers a complete toolkit for gaming operators looking to diversify and scale their offerings domestically and internationally, along with the global growth of their industry.

“This new partnership with Unikrn is in line with our vision of an expanding ecosystem of partners that benefits operators and customers alike.”