Ding and LeoGaming are joining forces to enable online gamers around the world to send and receive international airtime top-up, directly from/to their e-wallet. Gamers can now top themselves up with data via LeoWallet or send a gift of top-up to a fellow gamer giving them an uninterrupted gaming experience.
The partnership will give LeoGaming customers in LeoWallet app real-time access to Ding’s global network of 550+ mobile operators, across 140+ countries from their handsets – in order to keep their data topped-up via Ding’s platform.
Commenting on the deal, Declan Burke, head of Business Development for Europe & Africa said: “With the tremendous growth of mobile gaming in recent times – which represents 45% of the total online gaming market and is now one of the fastest-growing industries on the planet – it has become key to provide gamers with options that allow them to keep their data topped up so they can connect and play from all over the world.”
Adding: “Having access to the internet is essential for online gaming and this new partnership means that LeoGaming customers need never run out of data and have their play interrupted – giving them an even better gaming experience.”
Commenting on the new partnership, Alyona Degrik Shevtsova, LeoGaming’s CEO said: “We are excited to partner with Ding and avail of their global partner network. The pandemic is driving significant growth in the online gaming scene – as people look for ways to socialize while in lockdown. With the rise in popularity of mobile gaming, adding airtime top-up to our wallet is a great add-on for our customers.”
She added: “This collaboration will help people everywhere buy international data top-ups for their friends and keep the game going.”