Kindred Partners With Mazooma in New Jersey

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Online betting firm Kindred Group has announced that they've partnered with financial group Mazooma to help process payments within the state of New Jersey.

The agreement between the firms is going to see Kindred's online betting site using Mazooma's eCheck Select product to process ACH payment services within the Garden State. This will help process payments in real time, and will allow Kindred to process payments from all bank accounts within the country. Kindred is expected to launch in New Jersey in early 2019, with its Unibet product launching under the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino license. The casino will be powered by SG Digital, while Kambi will power the sportsbook.

Speaking about the partnership Mazooma CEO Jamie MacKay said, "We're proud to be selected as the ACH technology partner for Kindred Group's US launch and ongoing operations. With eCheck Select to power positive user experiences, Mazooma continues to reimagine online payments with a focus on technological innovation."

Kindred's Senior VP of US operations Manuel Stan added: "Our deal with Mazooma underlines our commitment to giving our customers excellent igaming experiences."

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19 December 2018 - 3:06pm
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Obviously Kindred get themselves ready for the Unibet NJ launch and this deal looks to be really necessary move if they want to be among the top brands on this so competitive market I think.