Online casino without registration: Trustly introduces Pay N Play
Published by Giselle
June 10, 2019 12:53 am
Trustly is a payment method. Nevertheless, it is a Swedish company that has grown rapidly in the recent past and has even been listed on the stock exchange. Pay N Play, on the other hand, is a method developed by this payment method that allows customers to play in an online casino without registering.
Where the casino providers in Germany are still under criticism, and it is not yet clear how the planned new edition of the State Treaty on Gaming will proceed with them, this could be the next step in virtual gaming.
The players receive a faster and easier access in the Casino. The casinos themselves are happy about new customers who do not give up during the registration process. Are there really only winners? What about data protection? And doesn’t it at least have to be possible to assign the payment flow to a real person? Apparently, Trustly has wiped all these concerns away with Pay N Play.
Playing online without registration: casino, sports betting, poker and co.
Of course, this concept can not only be applied in an online casino. In principle, all companies can benefit from it. But so far, the process has been an issue, especially when it comes to gambling. This also benefits providers of sports betting, poker games and lotteries. The function has already been tested for about six months. Business-on reported previously in the last year on this concept. And the online Casinos and other gambling sides took up the idea thankfully. In fact, registration without registration could become a standard within the next few months. This assumption can, by no means, be dismissed. Because it is well known that some of the leading brands are already testing the implementation in the course of a pilot project. The fact that no personal data is passed on is a great advantage for users.
Casino sites or online betting providers usually ask for a relatively large amount of information. This includes the date of birth, the name, the sex, the address and often even the telephone number. If you do not agree to this, you will not be able to open an account. At least that’s the way it has been until now. Trustly had an idea with Pay N Play. Practically every Internet user has already deposited his personal data with regard to online banking. Private information was given to the bank, and possibly even photo IDs were presented. In short, what online gambling sites do has recently been done elsewhere. A renewed examination of the data should, therefore, not be necessary. What does it take? A link between the bank details and the player account. And this is precisely where the payment provider comes in.
An experience like in a real casino: The basic idea is clear. Even in a physical casino, the customer does not have to prove his identity when entering. He does not need to leave a telephone number or reveal his address. He enters, exchanges his money for chips and begins to play. Now the procedure for Internet gambling is to be designed just as simply.
Two birds with one stone: player registration and payment confirmation
Trustly has already entered into cooperation agreements with banks and financial institutions worldwide. The Pay N Play principle is based on this cooperation. The customers of an online casino use Trustly as a payment method and are registered at the same time. It could be an excellent opportunity for the payment service provider to differentiate itself from other methods such as credit cards, PayPal or e-wallets (Skrill and Neteller), as well as instant transfer. But somehow new customers still have to register at a casino or bookmaker. In this case, however, only the password is required, which must be entered during the bank registration via Trustly. The link to the person is then established via the bank account.
At least data protection is still to be discussed. After all, there is a direct link to sensitive bank data here. But Trustly argues with maximisation of privacy. After all, much fewer data has to be disclosed. The registration process ultimately takes place via reputable financial institutions. Conversely, the operators also benefit from having to handle fewer data. However, e-mail, telephone number and an address cannot be completely saved with regard to possible inquiries. Here it will be interesting to see how Pay N Play will develop in the coming months and whether this data can be provided directly via the bank account.
Registered on the London Stock Exchange: Trustly AB is a public company which has recently been named one of the fastest growing and most inspiring companies in a report.
Is Pay N Play the future of online casinos?
Pay N Play offers obvious advantages. That the registration, from a registration, is in this case no longer to speak of, goes faster affects the customer and the casino. Because some want to get started as soon as possible. The others are pleased that the first login will be a smaller hurdle. Should the concerns regarding data protection prove to be null and void, nothing stands in the way of a nationwide implementation.
Or there may still be an obstacle in Germany. The revision of the State Treaty on Gaming is in progress. And some prime ministers still seem to want to speak out against the legalisation of online casinos. This could make it more challenging to make a deposit via German bank accounts if the liberal politicians don’t get their way on this issue after all.