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Paysafe enters partnership with Strive Gaming

Payments platform Paysafe has partnered with Strive Gaming, a provider of player account management platforms (PAMs). 

The payments provider claims its new partnership will help with the multi-state requirements of online operators in the North American market. 

The partnership follows another recently unveiled association between Strive Gaming and Paysafe’s iGaming collaborator Golden Nugget Online Gaming. This partnership is in effect in both Arizona and the recently regulated Ontario market. 

Per the terms of the deal, Strive Gaming has now integrated Paysafe’s software into its PAM platform. This will, according to Strive Gaming, provide players at Golden Nugget Online Gaming with a choice of traditional or alternative payment methods through a single interface. 

The payments provider will support the PAM platform with real-time reporting and analytics tools, which will help Strive Gaming clients “monitor transactions, optimise payment acceptance, as well as enhance security.” 

Paysafe’s CEO – North America iGaming, Zak Cutler, commented: “We’re proud to support Strive Gaming’s core mission of bringing operators closer to their customers through our leading payment solutions.  

“We look forward to evolving our partnership with Strive Gaming to support North American iGaming operators’ growth in new and existing markets.” 

And Max Meltzer, CEO of Strive Gaming, added: “Strive Gaming has become a leading platform in the US and Canada quickly because of our scalable technology, enabling speed to market and efficiencies for leading operators.  

“Integrations and partnerships at the deepest levels, and quickly achieved, are a hallmark of our tech stack with no technical debt. Integrating and collaborating with Paysafe makes so much sense for our customers, and we are pleased to be working with Paysafe now and over the long-term.” 

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