MaxBill keeps growing in the gaming sector and has partnered with 888 Holdings, one of the world’s most popular online gaming operators and solution providers.
888 Holdings maintains a B2C line of business that directly operates a number of prominent online gaming sites under its 888 brand. A B2B business unit of the company provides turnkey solutions based on its proprietary gaming technology and associated platforms to other operators of online gaming sites.
The MaxBill solution is being used by 888 Holdings for both its B2B and B2C business units to create a standardized framework to streamline and manage its business processes relating to customer and partner management, reconciliation and billing. MaxBill provides 888 Holdings with a unified platform and an essential set of tools to define and manage the unique business relationships the company maintains with its online gaming operator customers and the complex revenue sharing schemes it has with third-party content providers.
“MaxBill has proven experience in the gaming space and we have strong expectations. By consolidating and streamlining business processes on the MaxBill solution, we are improving the efficiency and security protection of our operation and the way we work with our customers and partners.”Andrew Anthony, Director of Finance Project Delivery at 888 Holdings
By supporting any business model with automated processes, MaxBill improves the business agility, security and capacity of 888 Holdings by allowing the company to enter into multilayered business agreements and tiered revenue sharing schemes with its customers and partners. MaxBill also significantly expands the business parameters available and reduce the resources required to support these agreements.
“We are pleased to be expanding in the gaming industry and welcome 888 Holdings as a MaxBill customer. 888 Holdings has a strong and globally recognized brand for which we are proud to provide our modern and multi-play billing solution.”Kirill Rechter, CEO at MaxBill
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MaxBill plans to attend the Enlit Europe on-site event, which will be held from 30 November through to 2 December 2021 at the Fiera Milano di Rho, Milan, Italy. Let’s meet up and connect!
Discover the main trends that will shape the utility industry in 2021 by reading the recent MaxBill datasheet. It paints a large picture of what will be relevant and how the providers can adjust their business operations to achieve success in the changing world.
We start this year’s series of interviews by talking to one of the Best Employees 2020 award winners. Alexander Kovalevskiy is a project director at MaxBill, who joined the team last summer. In this interview, he shares valuable tips for those starting their path in the role of a leader.
At the beginning of January, the MaxBill team participated in a series of informative yearly workshops, followed by an award ceremony for the best employees and the most active speakers of MaxSeminars of 2020.
As we approach the end of 2020, it is time to look back on its greatest highlights. From upgraded internal processes to wide brand recognition, from new friendships built to new regions uncovered, the passing year has left us a lot to remember.
2020 is almost over and we are all excited to see what 2021 has to offer. MaxBill researched the current state of the gaming market to discover the most important routes the industry is going to take and put together a comprehensive datasheet.
It is predicted that eSports will earn $1.7 billion in 2021. Also, it is expected for the term “eSport” to disappear, as gaming events will become an organic part of the sports culture. This development is reflected in the number of wagers placed on these events and discussions held around them. However, there are still some nuances in this sector to explore deeper.