April 12, 2014
It was announced on 7th April 2014, that global provider of payments service for online businesses, SafeCharge, was chosen by Gaijin Entertainment to provide a broad range of payment as well as risk management technologies for their company. Gaijin Entertainment is one of the largest independent developers of video games in Russia.
Due to specifics of our purchasable content we are facing fraud chargebacks quite often and SafeCharge has already helped us prevent a lot of these, as well as limit potentially fraudulent transactions, said Ivan Gaijin Entertainment’ Marketing Director, Ivan Kuznetsov. Since we began working with SafeCharge, the transaction flow is smooth and flawless. Cooperation with the company is without a doubt a great experience – it is truly a company you want to do business with. he added.
Founded in 2002, Gaijin Entertainment employs more than 100 people. It is an innovative games developer responsible for the development of more than 25 games for different platforms – PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, iOS and Android. Gaijin Entertainment has offices located in Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Sevastopol, Voronezh and also opened one in Germany in 2013.
The company’s caters to games all over the world, and says that it was looking for a trusted payment processor to handle its online transactions globally.
The game developer cites a number of reasons like: the its outstanding reputation, the diversity of available payment options, deep understanding of the video games market, the sophisticated payment and risk management technologies, and the superiority of its associated services for working with SafeCharge.
SafeCharge International Group Limited is a global provider of payments service, risk management and IT solutions for online businesses. The Group has a diversified, blue chip client base and is a trusted payment partner for customers from various e-commerce verticals. SafeCharge has been Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) Level 1 certified since 2007. The company employs around 200 people across its operations in the UK, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Israel, Germany and Austria.