Efficient and Secure Payments Strategies to Drive an Improved Payment Experience

Efficient and Secure Payments Strategies to Drive an Improved Payment Experience

October 15, 2019, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM

Special Events Stage
Language:
English
Post-PASPA sport-betting activity is accelerating in the U.S. and, as additional states continue to regulate the vertical, operators are realizing the importance of developing a broad and streamlined payments strategy to maximize player acquisition and retention. Join a team of experts from Golden Nugget, Paysafe, Visa, and Worldpay to discuss the major payments challenges to date, players' payment preferences (credit cards, digital wallets, prepaid online cards, and online cash), current trends, and updates on fraud and risk. The panel will also forecast what's next for U.S. iGaming and the payments space in 2020 and beyond. In addition, you'll get a first-hand operator perspective from Golden Nugget on lessons learned and navigating a seamless launch with a watertight payment offering.

Contributors

  • Joseph Pappano

    Moderator

    SVP & Managing Director

    Worldpay

    Joe Pappano is Senior Vice President, Managing Director of Vantiv Entertainment Solutions. With more than 20 years experience in the payments...

  • Neil Erlick

    Speaker

    Executive Vice President of Business Development

    Paysafe Group

    A seasoned industry executive, Neil Erlick has been a key member of the Optimal Payments senior management team for fifteen years. Since 2013, Neil...

  • Christopher Granger

    Speaker

    U.S. Gaming & Lottery Lead

    Visa, Inc.

    Christopher Granger is Visa's Emerging Acceptance lead for the gaming segments. He is responsible for identifying and building partnerships to...

  • Thomas Winter

    Speaker

    SVP & GM Online Gaming

    Golden Nugget

    Thomas Winter is SVP and General Manager of Online Gaming of Golden Nugget, the award winning, US number 1 online gaming operator. Prior to that,...

Program Type

  1. Program Type
    Interactive Panel Discussion

Categories

  1. Track
    Sports Betting Symposium

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