MuchBetter Teams up With

One of the biggest online gaming operators in the world,, has teamed up with MuchBetter and incorporated the iGaming payments solution into its list of global banking options.

MuchBetter will be available across 888’s Casino, Poker, and Sport brands. As it seems, 888 picked the new payments application for iGaming in hopes to reinforce its offer of banking options and benefit from the lower transaction costs. Ultimately, is aiming to provide a smooth mobile integration and an unparalleled user experience for the gamers.

Premium Security and Low Fees

MuchBetter has put a lot of effort into balancing security and usability when it comes to mobile gaming. The system is based on advanced mobile features and includes services such as biometric verification. This approach creates a safe environment for players who like to place real money wagers and improves their experience overall. is all about providing the best online gaming services to the players, so their interest in acquiring the MuchBetter payment solution is not an unexpected move.

Reportedly, 888 also considered how MuchBetter deals with transaction fees. Those familiar with conventional e-wallets know that they charge per transaction. This may cost a great deal from the operator’s point of view.

Changing the Gaming Industry

In other words, operators have difficulties to prevent losses if they have a large number of high rollers, VIPs and extremely active players. With MuchBetter, the situation is different. The operator is charged every month according to the monetary value of each player, on a net-deposit basis.

MuchBetter co-founder Jens Bader expressed confidence and joy announcing the partnership with a household name such as Bader emphasized all the commercial advantages of MuchBetter and said that it was their unique commercial model that resonated with 888.

After all, 888 Casino, Poker and Sport accommodate all types of players, from amateurs to VIP gamblers, and MuchBetter will enable them to make effortless online, offline and contactless payments, with no risk involved. 

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