The women who are driving Trust Payments into the future of gaming
Trust Payments provide online gaming merchants with payment solutions that make deposits and withdrawals fast, simple and secure. With consolidated payment gateway and merchant acquiring services, Trust Payments and acquiring.com, ST Group’s merchant acquirer, provide a seamless, integrated payments ecosystem that keeps players enjoying the thrill of the game without disruption. With a strong online gaming presence in both Europe and the USA,Trust Payments and acquiring.com offer a number of local payment methods which allow players to pay in and out instantly, wherever in the world they are.
Trust Payments gaming vertical’s success in recent times has been is powered by key women in leadership roles whose impact is growing ST Group’s influence in the gaming sector on both sides of the Atlantic:
Rio Broadfoot has been with the company for two years, during which she has established herself as the key figurehead for ST’s gaming strategy in Europe. Her role oversees ST’s relationship with online gaming merchants from the proposal stage right through contract negotiation to the management of accounts on a day-to-day basis. She ownsTrust Payments relationships with several world-renowned online gambling and sports betting companies, including PokerStars, Bet600, CashBet and BetIndex. Rio has worked in payments for the past eight years, and has specialised in gaming for the past three.
Jeannie Stinnett is ST Group’s Senior Vice President of Commercial Programmes and Account Management; she heads up the US gaming vertical. Jeannie joined in May 2018, bringing with her a trove of invaluable experience with some of North America’s biggest properties in the casino and fantasy sports markets. Her career highlights include winning and managing the two largest Fantasy Sports accounts in the United States (FanDuel and DraftKings), as well as the two largest Native American Indian casino accounts (Foxwoods and Hard Rock). Jeannie has led Account Executive teams for over 100 enterprise-level accounts.
The SiGMA expo takes place in Malta from November 28th to 30th; it is one of the world’s foremost online gaming events, with 12,500 delegates, from over 80 nations. Trust Payments Group will be represented there by Emma Vassallo, acquiring.com’s Business Relationship Team Lead and Front Office Business Lead. She takes care of acquiring.com’s gaming accounts, on-boarding merchants, setting up their MIDs and managing accounts on a day-to-day basis. Emma will be promoting ST Group’s services to over 400 online casino merchants at SiGMA 2018.
When it comes to building a team that will disrupt the gaming industry with forward-thinking solutions, Trust Payments seek out the most passionate, driven and knowledgeable people for the job, no matter what gender they are. Our key female leaders in our gaming vertical are testament to this. In the male-dominated gaming industry, where both suppliers and consumers are male-dominated, Trust Payments are breaking from the status quo. With ambitions of becoming a world-leader in powering payments for the gaming industry, Rio, Jeannie and Emma will be instrumental in driving Trust Payments gaming strategy towards achieving this goal.
Rio, Jeannie and Emma be hosting a drinks party in San Ġiljan on the evening of the second day of the conference (Novermber 29th) for fellow decision-makers in the gaming industry. To get yourself on the guest list, please contact [email protected].
By Trust Payments|2021-02-26T16:52:09+00:00November 22, 2018|Events|Comments Off on The women who are driving Trust Payments into the future of gaming
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