Zimpler partners with Xsolla, a global leader in video game publishing
Swedish Fintech company Zimpler, a dedicated mobile payment service provider, is pleased to announce its partnership with the leading video game publisher Xsolla.
Zimpler is a payment method which simplifies the mobile payment experience by connecting the customer's phone number to their preferred payment method.
Xsolla delivers a video game payment platform, PayStation, to a vast number of video companies, including Valve, Ubisoft, Epic games and also independent game studios. Through the partnership with Zimpler all companies using Xsollas platform can offer their customers a better payment experience with Zimpler.
Zimpler is now available as a payment method in over 1 000 video games including titles such as PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, Warframe and Paladins. Streamers can also enjoy the benefits of Zimpler as Twitch.tv has also enabled Zimpler as a payment method.
“Let’s face it, payments are dead boring. When you buy a game or donate to your favourite streamer on Twitch, you just want the experience to be easy, safe and fast. Customers using Zimpler only need to remember their phone numbers to complete a payment, no need to find your credit card or share your bank account details. By enabling Zimpler merchants also gain access to Zimplers user base with customers that can complete a purchase within seconds. That's why we think that Zimpler will have a large impact on increasing the revenue for both small and large game studios." says Jonas Persson, Head of Expansion at Zimpler.
Zimpler is a swedish fintech company. We were founded in Stockholm and Gothenburg 2012. The goal has always been to simplify mobile payments and to be a really nice company. Zimpler's main product is a modern, mobile wallet that gives the user control over their spending. We do this with spending limits, nudging and behavioural science methods.
Zimpler have offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Berlin and Haparanda and have around 40 employees. You can use the wallet in Sweden and Finland at the moment, but there are plans for entering more european markets. Today we have more than 112 000 users who can make and get control over their payments.