Oink, the payment processing system designed for teens and their parents, has partnered with several video game developers, the company announced today.
Oink will process payments for games, downloadable content and more on console, mobile and PC games for Bandai Namco, Crytek, Fantage, OnNet, Wargaming and Woozworld.
"Oink is the perfect service for teenage gamers and their parents, allowing an incredible combination of freedom and safety," said Chris Early, vice president of digital publishing, Ubisoft. “We value the people who play our games and feel that Oink brings them an unprecedented safety net, allowing them to play some of our online game freely.”
For more on the company, whose technology is designed for consumers 21 and under, be sure to read our interview with Oink CEO and founder Dr. Jo Webber.
“It has been an incredible year for the momentum of Oink and the companies that we have partnered with, ending the mystery of online payment for teens and their parents alike,” Webber said alongside today's announcement. “We feel that our technology is perfect for the video game industry and are confident that our partners will be able to bring a one-of-a-kind security and payment experience to their large fanbases.”
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