Global Poker Replaces PayPal with WorldPay
Global Poker has managed to do what most were failing to do by offering online poker legitimately to USA online gamblers.
Global Poker has managed to do so through an online poker portal that permits US online poker not to be categorised as online gambling. The portal is offering both free and real money online casino games to online gambling players. Since the time of its launch, it has only been using PayPal as the only banking method. However, that has now changed.
Why Global Poker Replaced PayPal
Since the end of June 2018, Global Poker has now been working exclusively with a different online casino banking option – WorldPay. It took quite a long time for Global Poker to guarantee PayPal that their online poker model will be accepted in the USA online casino market. Things have been going quite well until most players complained that the online banking option available has limited services. That’s the reason why Global Poker has to drop PayPal for something better which is, in this case, WorldPay.
The CEO of Global Poker, Laurence Escalante reported to the media that their online players have made it crystal clear that they would want to have more options when it comes to online casino payment options. He further added that WorldPay’s extensive expertise and broad network permits them to offer their players what they desire.
Compared to PayPal, WorldPay gives players more options when it comes to deposits and withdrawals. However, PayPal is famous for its efficiency and speed, and this is something that WorldPay will have to match if they plan to be rendering their services at Global Poker for a long period.
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