The number one priority for Sportsbet is ensuring that we have a resilient, secure solution that can handle high volumes of traffic around key sporting fixtures, particularly events such as the Melbourne Cup, while remaining cost effective.

Conor Savage, Online Payments & Fraud Manager at Sportsbet

Sportsbet Switches to TNS for a Reliable High-Availability Payments Solution


Background

Sportsbet.com.au is Australia’s fastest growing online betting company, offering a variety of wagering options on racing, sports, entertainment and politics.

It is owned by Paddy Power, Ireland’s largest bookmaker and one of the biggest in the UK and Europe. Sportsbet.com.au is dedicated to providing customers with value, entertainment and a superior online experience.

Business Challenge
As Australia’s fastest growing online betting company, Sportsbet receives high volumes of traffic to its site around major sporting events and so its number one priority is to ensure that its payments solution can handle these peaks reliably and efficiently.

Solution
As one of the most trusted names in the payments industry, TNS was well-placed to partner with Sportsbet to deploy a strong, secure solution capable of handling high volumes of traffic.

TNS is a PCI DSS certified service provider, and provides the specialised transaction-oriented solutions used by many industries around the world, including retail, banking, telecommunications and financial markets.

Sportsbet opted to deploy TNSPay, which is a managed multi-channel payment gateway that allows merchants to reliably authorise and settle card transactions. TNSPay offers Sportsbet a cost-effective payment gateway that is scalable, easily adaptable, secure and robust.

TNSPay provides greater availability than a traditional payment gateway could offer, providing market-leading reliability.

TNS’ proven track record during peak periods, coupled with its impressive reputation of delivering payments solutions to marque customers in the Australian regulated gaming industry, made the company the obvious choice.


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