Wirecard enables global payment solutions for My.com

Consistent payment experience for users and gamers across different countries

Jana Tilz
Corporate media inquiries
Jana Tilz

VP Corporate Communications & Branding

Jul 15, 2016

The Wirecard Group has started a cooperation with My.com – a company building an integrated communication and entertainment platform that offers a family of games and mobile apps, including MAPS.ME and myMail. As payment service provider, Wirecard enables a consistent payment experience across different countries. My.com, a subsidiary of the Russian Mail.Ru Group, benefits from the opportunity to enable global credit card payments via the Wirecard platform. My.com also enjoys Wirecard’s sophisticated payments analytics, advanced risk management, and powerful payment management features that are increasing conversions, while optimizing processes and reducing costs.

My.com products include myMail (world’s most downloaded alternative email app), MAPS.ME (the free offline maps and navigation app for iPhone and Android), as well as online games. Its holding company Mail.Ru Group is a leading Internet company in the Russian-speaking internet market. Yuri Maslikov, Publishing Director at My.com, said “We have selected Wirecard as our payments technology provider to deliver a frictionless payment experience for users and gamers across different countries. In Wirecard we have found a globally positioned partner that understands the payment needs of every country.”

Sirin Abay, Director of Sales North America at Wirecard, adds “Wirecard has forged a strong reputation among technology companies by providing a high quality payment solution worldwide. The Online gaming industry hit 91.5$ Bn in 2015. As Wirecard, we are in a unique position to provide global and innovative payment solutions to millions of online gamers. We are delighted to have My.com join our gaming network. We look forward to helping My.com maximize revenues through smooth check-out experiences while cutting the cost of transaction processing.”