Sydney-listed, EML Upgrades Restricted, used an official Monday press release (pdf) to show these cards will let players in GVC Holdings-operated sites to immediately access winnings and deposit any such funds into their accounts.
“A schedule to roll out [our] reloadable winnings cards to GVC Holdings’ European manufacturers is expected to be confirmed over the following 90 days,” see a statement from EML. “Provided uncertainties in the rate of brand roll outs and of speed of adoption in fresh markets, [we’re ] unable to accurately estimate future gross debit volume that will be derived from the system. ”
The payment services provider announced that it supplies a range of virtual, mobile and physical card solutions that have been made to give its business-to-business and business-to-consumer spouses ‘more management, flexibility and transparency ’ over their payment processes. It said that it manages ‘billions of dollars in payments each year’ through in excess of 1,100 applications in 19 countries with its creations capable to deal with supplier, present, payout and incentive and rewards payments.
For its own part, London-listed GVC Holdings is responsible for over 20 online gambling brands including Ladbrokes.com, PartyPoker.com, Coral.co.uk and Bwin.com and last year saw the value of its own sports wagers alone reach almost $12 billion. The Isle of Man-based company is licensed to operate in over 18 jurisdictions across five continents and also accepts wagers from 21 languages and 19 currencies.