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Popular poker app adds new CashtoCode service for instant online deposits

CashtoCode, the payments service for online iGaming operators, today announced a new partnership with KKPoker. The agreement enables KKPoker’s community of poker players to make instant deposits via CashtoCode’s eVoucher solution, a reliable and secure payment alternative to cards and eWallets. As part of an successful introductory promotion event in March/early April, the first players that made a $100 CashtoCode eVoucher/KKPoker deposit received $10 in free bets, a KKPoker VIP package worth $69.99 and a $20 tournament entry ticket, for a total deposit bonus package worth $99.99.

KKPoker is a popular mobile poker app with a large community of players which continues to grow. Liquidity and stable player numbers were key considerations for KKPoker when choosing new payment partners, due to its business model depending on having a large and consistent player pool. If players cannot reliably make deposits, this can cause issues, player dropouts and limit the number of available players and games.

CashtoCode’s eVoucher offers instant deposits via a simple code that can be bought online from several large international platforms, and redeemed with iGaming operators like KKPoker. It offers operators a simple new deposit option, even in global markets, and is a seamless experience for the player. Furthermore, the CashtoCode eVoucher service has already received a positive response among many KKPoker players.

“We are probably best known for cash payments, but our new eVoucher is a great way to guarantee instant payments in virtually any market,” said CashtoCode CEO Jens Bader. “The KKPoker app has a wonderful community of poker players, but any disruption to payments stops play immediately. It can infuriate players or make them look elsewhere, and that’s why it’s so important that operators have multiple payment options in all regions. We’re currently engaging in a lot of new projects outside of Europe with a strong focus on emerging markets. We are thrilled to be working with KKPoker and hope that our special promotion will prove popular among players.”

George Miller (Gyorgy Molnar) started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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