Sports betting continues to grow in popularity because it is a fun and competitive way to watch the teams and players that fans support most. The commercial sports betting industry has broken new records for revenue in Q1 and Q2 of 2022, the American Gaming Association (AGA) Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker reported that sports betting is on track for another record-breaking year to reach more than $3 billion in revenue. As the first kickoff of football season begins this fall, Global Payments Gaming Solutions promotes safe, reliable and responsible gaming.
Without a doubt, the NFL has proven to be essential in attracting and retaining consumers because of the engaging and entertaining betting experience that it provides. In fact, both college and professional football have become increasingly popular for sports betting. Global Payments’ iGaming solutions value providing a platform that streamlines usability and accessibility to make sports betting safe and fun. By implementing innovative digital capabilities, fans will be able to have an improved gaming experience while knowing their information is safe and secure.
Global Payments’ industry-standard e-check network, VIP Preferred®, makes sports betting simple by linking patrons’ checking accounts directly with their wagering ledger, enabling fast and safe access to funds. By utilizing bank-grade security, the VIP Preferred e-check network ensures that all transactions are protected. Global Payments’ VIP Lightspeed® platform powers funding and withdrawals for iGaming.
As the NFL and college football seasons officially begin, the Football Frenzy Kickoff Classic begins on September 6. Football Frenzy is our customer engagement program that had over 10,000 active users and nearly 650,000 total engagements from last season.
To hear more about how technology is making gaming easier and safer, we will be attending TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow on September 12-15 in Reno, Nevada. Click here to schedule a time to speak with Global Payments or for more information about the TribalNet Conference.