G2A Pay aims to support 200+ payment methods by early 2017

G2A Pay

G2A Pay, the online payment gateway from global digital gaming marketplace, G2A.com, has announced an upgrade to its service offering with plans to cover over 200 payment methods by early 2017, with analytic tools, mobile apps and one-click payments also features to be found in the upgrade.

The gateway, where businesses can currently integrate over 150 local payment methods (including credit cards, PayPal, Boleto and Qiwi) in six continents, will incorporate further payment providers such as Mister Cash, Bank Winter and WeChat in its ecosystem.

G2A Pay says the expansion will give it a stronger presence in local markets such as Asia, the CIS region and South America, and will allow the seller to connect with a wider global audience.

Additional features include the extension of payout options for sellers, which will contain prepaid cards and a wider range of local currencies. The strengthening of mobile apps and one-click payments on a global scale – which won’t be limited to PayPal accounts and credit cards – will also be a part of its expansion.

G2A Pay also says it will also continue to develop its reporting and analytic tools to enable its customers to finely-tune their global strategies.

Launched in January 2015, G2A Pay is a checkout solution designed to cover a broad spectrum of devices, virtual and physical. It provides an optimized checkout experience for customers, allowing them to transact via their preferred payment method. G2A Pay is available on mobiles, desktops and tablets.

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