GiG Relaunches Thrills with Faster Payments

Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has re-launched its brand Thrills. In short, the new website features the Pay N Play product as its only payment method. The financial solution provider Trustly Group AB stands behind the payment solution. The Malta-based tech giant said it would allow the players to deposit and withdraw their funds in a matter of seconds.GiG Relaunches Thrills with Faster Payments

Lightning Fast Casino

Trustly, who owns Pay N Play has its headquarters in Stockholm. They announced the news via a press release only days ago. In fact, the company said all Finnish, German and Swedish casino players can now use the new service. Thrills ensure that players registration is “lightning fast”. And the same should stand for their financial operations with the brand now thanks to the new Pay N Play integration.

Indeed, the new payment tool is ideal to fight player churn at the registration. Traditionally, the complex signup process led often to unfinished registrations on some brands. And the new Pay N Play solution transforms complicated procedures into “instant transactions”. So that you as a player can enjoy your winnings fast and spoil yourself quickly when you win!

An Easy Registration

In brief, increasing acquisition leads to lower player churn on signup. This fact, in turn, brings in higher registrations numbers for the operator. Apart from that, the Swedish innovator believes its product also builds the player’s loyalty to the brand. Also, it’s compliant with all regulations and laws on all of the local markets. Besides, GiG is not only using the new solution to power up its own relaunched brand.

Pay N Play is now available to all operators using its GiG Core platform. As for now, it went live with two external brands. Indeed, OmniaCasino and Dreamz both feature the payment solution. But the company also used it on its own Kaboo domain, too. “Pay N Play will ease the registration experience. With instant deposits and withdrawals, it supports our promise to provide fair and fun gaming for all,” said GiG CEO Robin Reed.