PayNearMe, the modern and reliable payments platform designed to manage the complexities of iGaming and sports betting, announced Lottery Now has selected MoneyLine, to offer Mido Lotto players the widest range of popular payment types with one platform and integration.
“Consumers want to use their phones to order Lottery tickets and they demand modern, mobile-first payment options to load their digital wallets, order Lottery tickets, and seamlessly collect winnings,” said Rich Wheeler, Co-founder and President, Lottery Now, the developers of the popular Lottery courier app Mido Lotto.
“With MoneyLine, Mido Lotto can offer our players the ability to make deposits and withdrawals with cards, Venmo and PayPal. PayNearMe’s team of payments industry experts help us stay informed on developing trends in an evolving marketplace while helping us be more forward with a product roadmap that aligns to our players’ needs,” said Wheeler.
With Mido Lotto, consumers don’t have to stand in line at a convenience store to play the Lottery or collect winnings; it all happens seamlessly in the app. “We’re excited to partner with Lottery Now to deliver preferred tender types to Mido Lotto players,” said Leighton Webb, Vice President and General Manager of iGaming and Sports Betting, PayNearMe. “According to research, bettors expect a wide range of payment options, and we look forward to being able to offer Mido Lotto’s players a full suite of deposit and payout options through our MoneyLine platform.”
PayNearMe provides a complete payment solution for online sports betting and iGaming, with a focus on removing friction to enable operators to deliver a best-in-class player journey. With one platform and integration, operators can facilitate deposits, payouts and engagements using data to automate decisioning and better manage payment experiences that ultimately reduce costs and increase revenue.
PayNearMe operates and processes payments for licensed online sports betting and iGaming operators in 19 U.S. states and is expanding its gaming footprint as new states legalize online sports betting and iGaming.