Online payments systems provider Skrill has
entered into a preferred payment partnership with digital
monetisation solutions company Live Gamer to launch an end-to-end
monetisation engine designed for online game publishers.

Live Gamer Payments by Skrill claims to
provide game publishers and developers with a one-stop solution
aimed at driving online revenues, maximising user acquisition and
retention, developing and managing digital item sales and
increasing user engagement.

Live Gamer’s total commerce solution is poised
to be integrated with e-wallet provider Moneybookers’ – owned and
operated by Skrill – real-time payments platform.

“It’s an exciting time for games publishers as
the global market goes from strength to strength,” said Martin Ott,
co-CEO of Skrill Holdings.

“However, for publishers to realize their true
potential and generate maximum revenues, it’s vital they can offer
a truly reliable and secure payment option in multiple languages
with local options. 

“Our partnership with Live Gamer offers a
highly cost effective, one stop shop payment solution allowing
publishers to optimize their revenue streams and market to new and
existing users.”

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Users of the platform are said to gain instant
access to new markets with over 100 payment methods in 200
countries and territories as it claims to offer localised,
country-specific payment methods including bank transfer and debit
instruments, in addition to global credit/debit, mobile payments,
pre-paid cards and Facebook credits.