London, 14 May 2012: PayPoint.net is to sponsor PRiME (Professional iGaming Management Education), the new one day learning course, at the iGaming Super Show in Dublin this May.
Chris Smart, Head of Gaming for PayPoint.net, will be hosting the Payments, Fraud & Security seminar, when he will be discussing a range of key payment topics that are important to gaming operators, including online payments, fraud management and domestic / international acquiring.
PayPoint.net will also be hosting free payment consultations as part of the learning clinics, when delegates will be able to speak to a payments expert and get advice for their gaming operation.
Chris Smart comments: “Payments, fraud and security continue to be a focal point in online gaming. Our experience and sector understanding has helped many leading operators, including Sportingbet, 32Red and Betsson, understand what happens behind every transaction and where efficiencies can be made. We are delighted to be the payment sponsor for PRiME.”
The iGaming Super Show is brought to you by the publishers of iGaming business and iGB Affiliate and is focussed on key developments in online gaming, such as regulation. More than 2,500 delegates are expected at the annual event, which has firmly established itself as the largest learning opportunity in iGaming.
Keep updated with all of the latest news from the event at #IGSS2012.
Karla Winch / Katie Buckett
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PayPoint.net is an internet payment service provider that helps businesses take advantage of the opportunities, and manage the risks, of trading online. Drawing on its 14-year heritage in online payments, it provides a highly secure payment platform and FraudGuard, one of the most advanced
online fraud management systems on the market.
Its customers span high-profile retail brands such as WHSmith, Severn Trent Water and Firebox.com, small business and start-ups, for which it can arrange all the facilities needed to trade online in just 24 hours.
PayPoint.net is certified to the highest level of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), offering all its customers compliance by default. Additionally, it has links with all multiple acquiring banks, accepts all major payment cards and online payment schemes, and can process payments made online in cash, at more than 23,000 local shops equipped with PayPoint terminals throughout the UK.
PayPoint.net is part of the PayPoint group.