Betzest makes a deal with payment provider Youpaycoin

22 Jun 2020

betzest-youpaycoinBetzest has announced a brand new partnership with the paramount payment provider Youpaycoin for both its online sportsbook and casino platforms. Youpaycoin is offering easy, instant and secure payments up to €10.000 (in European & international markets) and it is ideal for Bitcoin transactions.

Betzest has added a wide array of payment methods on its sportsbook, by the time it replaced its Curacao license with a B2C license from Malta in late January 2020. As regards its online casino, Betzest keeps on expanding its operations day by day, since its launch in July 2018. More specifically, it has already added to its portfolio several key payment options and providers. Furthermore, it offers to its players a wide range of cashier options, in order to ensure smooth transactions in all of its key markets.

It is worth noting that Betzest is looking forward to announcing more significant deals with other dominant providers for its sportsbook and casino platforms by the end of Q2, 2020. The founder & CMO of Betzest, Marius Filip, stated that they are excited about the deal with Youpaycoin. He also said that through this partnership, with such an innovative payment provider, they will manage to strengthen their cashier and process with ease all transactions in their European and international target markets.

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