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Xsolla’s in-client integration with Ubisoft provides both Rainbow Six Siege and Assassin’s Creed Syndicate gamers worldwide with a non-disruptive and convenient method of purchasing virtual currency while playing in-game. This partnership also provides Ubisoft's hit titles access to Xsolla's 700+ payment methods with coverage spanning the entire globe.
Our partners can now provide Amazon Payments as an option in-game, supplying gamers with the same checkout experience available on Amazon.com.
It’s all too familiar to hear someone receiving a gift card from a family member that they’ll never use. What if we told you that you could take this gift card and redeem it for virtual credit and in-game goods on your favorite supported titles? Sound too good to be true? Look no further because with In-Game Balance, any game or platform (Twitch) using Xsolla’s PayStation 3.0 is eligible!
Xsolla’s in-client integration provides Assassin’s Creed gamers worldwide with a non-disruptive and convenient method of purchasing virtual currency while playing the game. Along with this integration, Xsolla will be providing users with an arsenal of supported payment methods including: credit cards, prepaid cards, Paypal as well as 700+ alternative methods of payment worldwide.
Credit cards and their usage in mobile technology is an ever-evolving topic, which has revolutionized and shaped how users consume content. This is part 4 of a 12-part series discussing credit cards' evolution in regards to their mobile usage and customer base, how people around the globe are utilizing them, and where they are going in the future.
We've already discussed the advantages of in-game purchases truly being in-game to increase conversion rates and keep users engaged. Credit cards factor into this when they are linked up to a user's account or third party payment system. With an active credit card on file and an effort to keep users in-game while they make purchases, let's take a look at how you can profit from microtransactions.