Payelp Global, Yandex Money, Skrill, SafetyPay and InComm to Speak on Emerging Regions at 2013 GDC Panel March 29th

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“How Alternative Payment Service Providers Can Help Grow Your Game’s Revenue Worldwide,” Moderated by Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer of GamesBeat (VentureBeat)

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We are fortunate to have such fantastic payment service companies to speak on the panel- They are all leaders in emerging regions, and will be offering valuable insight and expertise to gaming developers and publishers on how to maximize revenue

Top payment system providers Skrill, Yandex Money, SafetyPay, InComm and Payelp will be speaking on Friday, March 29th on how alternative payment system providers (those offering payment options other than credit cards) can help gaming companies expand into other regions worldwide, particularly emerging markets such as Russia, Latin America, India, Turkey and Asia.

Payelp Global, Gold Monetization Sponsor of this year’s GDC, and the company presenting the panel, is an e-commerce and business development platform that offers online retailers and online gaming companies the ability to accept payments worldwide, offering over 300 global payment gateways, as well as fraud and chargeback protection, multilingual merchant and customer support, business licensing (local and regional), tax and currency management, localization and more, with one contract and easy integration. Albert Donahue, CEO of Payelp Global, will be speaking on the panel.

Ryan Ivers, Senior Sales Manager for Skrill, also known as “Moneybookers,” will be speaking for Skrill, a leading independent online payments and Digital Wallet service with over 30 million account holders. Skrill enables customers to be able to make payments, receive payments or transfer funds securely, to anyone or anywhere, with an e-mail address.

Eugene Maleev, Head of E-Commerce for Yandex Money, will be presenting for Yandex Money, an Internet payment system in Russia that is a subsidiary of Yandex, the largest search engine in the “Runet,” or Russian Internet market.

SafetyPay is a secure online payment solution that enables online banking consumers to shop from merchants worldwide, paying directly from their bank account in their local currency. Jonathan Newall, Director of U.S. Sales for SafetyPay, will be speaking on the panel for SafetyPay.

Michael Frasier, Senior Director of Business Development for InComm, will be speaking about the gift and prepaid card market, and how gaming companies can maximize revenue in regions using these cards. InComm’s platforms and systems support retailers around the world; most prepaid cards on the market today are powered by InComm.

In the panel, guests will learn not only about these companies, but more importantly, how companies such as these can help gaming companies earn revenue not only in the U.S., but also in emerging regions, through payment data analytics, marketing and networking resources, as well as offering information such as which regions being the ones to watch in 2013, case studies, and Q & A. Panel will be at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, March 29th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, West Hall, and will be moderated by Dean Takahashi, lead writer for GamesBeat (Venture Beat).

Albert Donahue, CEO of Payelp Global stated about the panel “We are fortunate to have such fantastic payment service companies to speak on the panel- They are all leaders in emerging regions, and will be offering valuable insight and expertise to gaming developers and publishers on how to maximize revenue in these regions, presenting case studies, resources and other tools. In addition, Dean Takahashi will be moderating; Dean is always a great moderator. We are very excited about the panel.”

About Payelp Global:
Payelp helps online retailers and businesses grow e-commerce revenue worldwide, offering merchants over 300 payment gateways worldwide with just one contract with Payelp. Online retailers can accept credit cards, PayPal, direct debit, Virtual Visa (Qiwi Virtual Visa™), payments from kiosks, cash transfer, prepaid and gift cards, mobile payments and more- with one low fee per transaction. Payelp doesn’t charge merchants start-up fees, monthly or minimum transaction fees- just one low transaction fee, with PCI-DSS card security compliance, fraud and chargeback protection, 24/7 multilingual merchant and customer support, payment data analytics, as well as a suite of auxiliary services such as business licensing, tax and currency management, logistics, web site localization and marketing, and more.

For payment providers, Payelp offers the Global Service Gateway™, the only product of its kind- offering payment companies and merchants the ability to connect with thousands of other payment gateways, offer platforms, mobile operators, merchants and more- with two-way integration, all through one gateway (GSG™). Contact Payelp Global today for more information or to apply for a merchant account at or visit us online at

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