Amelco, a sports betting software and trading services provider, is the latest provider to tap Global Payments Gaming Solutions’ iGaming solutions to deliver an enhanced online sports betting experience to its users. Founded in 2006, UK-based Amelco has transformed from developing software solutions for pricing, trading and execution platforms in the banking sector to a leading provider of sports betting platforms for global tier one operators.
With Global Payments Gaming Solutions, Amelco is positioned to deliver a fast and easy funding experience directly to the sportsbook’s users via their smart devices. This partnership allows Global Payments Gaming Solutions to integrate its iGaming solutions with Amelco’s sports betting platform. Through this integration, Amelco can easily provide operators access to Global Payments’ warranty ACH service to provide gamers with easy funding options and an enhanced gaming experience.
“Global Payment Gaming Solutions’ technology is making it possible for gaming organizations to offer industry-leading electronic wallet capabilities to improve the sports betting experience for their users,” said Christopher Justice, president, Global Payments Gaming Solutions. “We are pleased to partner with Amelco as they continue to deliver innovative sports betting solutions to advance the online gaming experience for consumers.”
Global Payments’ sports betting technology allows Amelco to leverage ACH guaranteed services, enabling players to electronically fund their bets and get real time access to their winnings using their “on file” checking accounts. Using Global Payments Gaming Solutions’ VIP LightSpeed® platform, the iGaming solutions power funding and withdrawals for online sports betting; and the VIP Preferred® e-check network empowers guests to quickly access funds from their checking account in a seamless, frictionless manner.
Amelco is currently using Global Payments’ sports betting technology as the platform provider for Action24/7, Tennessee's only local sportsbook, with more integrations slated for the coming months.