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Service supports more than 130 in-game payment options in over 200 countries

Paymentwall releases Unity SDK

Global payment platform Paymentwall is now supported by Unity.

Paymentwall’s SDK allows developers to build in-game purchases and micro-transactions into their games.

The service supports payment by credit and debit card, bank transfer, mobile, prepaid solutions and more.

Players can opt to pay in their local currency, with over 200 territories compatible with the system.

More than 130 different payment options can be integrated by developers, who can also opt to customise the checkout page’s appearance to match their game.

The Paymentwall SDK also includes fraud protection and risk monitoring services, protecting both sides of each transaction.

“We are very excited to release our SDK for Unity to allow gamers to make in-game purchases in their local currency, and in their most preferred payment method,” said Paymentwall project manager Jevin Tryon.

“As a result, game developers will be able to increase their revenue, and monetise their games all around the world, easily”.

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