Kinguin partners with popular gaming payment solution Neosurf

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  • Neosurf is a popular payment solution within the gaming and esports community

  • Millions of Kinguin customers in five continents can now purchase products on with Neosurf

  • Neosurf gives users a safe, secure and private way of making payments online

Kinguin, the world’s first digital marketplace for gamers, has today announced a partnership with Neosurf, a world-renowned payments solution provider. Through this collaboration, Kinguin will give millions of its customers in Europe, Canada, Australia, South America and Africa the option to purchase products on using Neosurf’s prepaid cash vouchers.

Both brands are titans in the games industry. Neosurf is a proven, popular payment solution with the community giving all gaming fans, even those without a debit or credit card, the chance to purchase their favourite software. It has fostered numerous partnerships within esports by partnering with various esports organisations and has recently hosted its own tournament – The Neosurf Cup. The organisation is also partnered with industry experts like ESE Entertainment to create and expand its efforts in esports and games on a global scale.

Meanwhile Kinguin is a global digital marketplace for gamers that sells video games, software and in-game items to users all around the world. It opened its own Esports Performance Center – which was the first professional facility for teams in central Europe – in 2017 and also sponsors leading Polish esports teams Anonymo and As well as continuing to dedicate resources to nurturing talent, the brands share similar core values – the ambition to promote inclusivity in gaming and giving more people access to the industry.

Founded in 2004, Neosurf gives shoppers a safer way to purchase online. It enables users to purchase goods without using a credit card or disclosing personal information. It provides significant support to developing countries by offering a variety of services to cash users that allows them to facilitate online payments, prepaid card reloads, money transfers and bill payments.

Neosurf cash vouchers are available at thousands of local convenience stores around the world and customers can pay for the vouchers using cash or card payments. After purchasing a cash voucher, customers will then receive a 10-character voucher code, which can be used to pay online at with the added security and privacy of a prepaid card.

Chief Commercial Officer at Neosurf, Andrea McGeachin, commented, “The partnership we have established with Kinguin is an important step for Neosurf and one that supports our  philosophy of putting the gaming community at the heart of everything we do. Whether accessing a whole suite of esports through the Kinguin Lounge, or individual offerings from the extensive Kinguin marketplace, Neosurf gamers can now benefit from amazing cash deals. We look forward to the Neosurf and Kinguin relationship going from strength to strength.”

Head of Payments at Kinguin, Faheem Bakshi, said: “Neosurf is a payment solution provider that is embedded in the gaming community, so we’re delighted to give millions of our loyal customers the opportunity to use Neosurf cash vouchers to purchase all their gaming products securely, while also protecting their identity.” currently has more than 250 payment methods available globally, including popular payment methods such as global wallets, credit and debit card payments as well as country specific local payment options. Kinguin is among the first game trading platforms to offer BitCoin, Mobile payments and cash payments. Merchants on Kinguin are able to withdraw their earnings using BitCoin. Recently Kinguin expanded crypto payments by Ethereum, Litecoin and Rippl and it is continually working on expanding its list of accepted payment methods to enhance its user experience.

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