LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -– Skrill, one of the world's largest digital wallet providers, today announces that bet365, the world's largest online betting company, is now offering Skrill 1-Tap, a mobile-friendly payment solution.
Skrill 1-Tap allows bet365 customers to make quick and easy payments by depositing in 'one tap' on any device, rather than having to re-enter login details or credit card information.
When customers make a payment via Skrill to bet365 for the first time, they are required to enter their payment details as usual and confirm that they wish to enable Skrill 1-Tap for future purchases. Skrill 1-Tap is then enabled for future payments to bet365.
bet365 has launched Skrill 1-Tap on all channels including desktop, mobile and tablets, with the technology integrated into bet365's standalone apps for iPhone, iPad and Android.
Skrill Chief Product Officer, David Roe commented, "At Skrill we are committed to making payments simple. With mobile gambling forecasted to reach US$ 4.8 billion globally by 2013, bet365 are ahead of the game with Skrill 1-Tap, capturing this rapidly growing sector and making the most of this emerging trend by offering frictionless, mobile-friendly payments.
"With Skrill 1-Tap now live on the world's largest online betting company, and with several more operators scheduled to go live in the next few weeks, we are excited by the potential of a mobile payments solution that offers simplicity and convenience. We believe that this is the key to a truly mobile experience and are looking forward to launching Skrill 1-Tap with more providers over the coming weeks."
Skrill will be showcasing Skrill 1-Tap at EiG Barcelona (October 16-18).
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