Pavilion Payments, a leading omnichannel payments provider exclusively serving the gaming industry, announced its innovative iGaming Software Development Kit (SDK). This tool kit aims to offer operators a seamless and efficient solution to simplify the integration of Pavilion Payments’ VIP Preferred program.
The iGaming SDK builds upon the functionality of the iGaming XML standard format for storing data, delivering a superior experience for both operators and players. With this powerful tool kit, operators no longer need to invest time and resources in designing and coding the front end or back end of their platforms.
This new development is scheduled to be rolled out in multiple states including Pennsylvania, Indiana, Virginia, Arizona and New Jersey, in late summer of 2023 with one operator and another in 16 markets as a fast follower.
In addition to these core functionalities, the iGaming SDK equips players with the tools to manage their funding sources effectively. With Pavilion Payments’ ACH/Bank feature, the iGaming SDK ensures a streamlined experience for players. The iGaming SDK offers a range of customization options, such as the use of online bank credentials for enhanced security and efficiency while also providing control over their deposit limits.
SDK offers a platform that allows operators to quickly enable new features, including same-day ACH, credit/debit acceptance, real-time payments and risk enhancements without additional development by the operator.
“The launch of the iGaming SDK reinforces Pavilion Payments’ commitment to providing innovative and user-centric solutions for the iGaming industry,” said Christopher Justice, CEO of Pavilion Payments.
“Our goal is to empower operators by offering a tool kit that simplifies the implementation of our VIP Preferred payment option, ultimately enhancing player satisfaction and streamlining transactions. With its seamless integration capabilities and user-friendly interface, the iGaming SDK is set to redefine the online gaming experience for both operators and players alike.”