SAO PAULO, Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- UOL BoaCompra — Latin America's cross-border payments pioneer and leading provider of digital payment solutions in emerging markets — is excited to announce a new payment support partnership with private gaming network WTFast. WTFast allows gamers worldwide to connect to industry-leading multiplayer online titles even when local dedicated game servers are not available, enhancing the experience by reducing lag, latency and ping. Effective immediately, UOL BoaCompra supports regional payment options from WTFast customers in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Portugal and Turkey.
"WTFast provides a significant advantage to gamers in emerging markets, dramatically lessening lag and improving overall network stability, especially where local server support doesn't exist," stated UOL BoaCompra Managing Director Renato Bertozzo. "We're proud to help make WTFast's services accessible to customers in Latin America, and soon in Portugal and Turkey, by offering them flexible payment options that include regional credit cards, local bank transfers, cash payments and even Go4gold credits."
With a focus on esports, WTFast enhances the online experiences of close to a thousand online titles — including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2, League of Legends, Overwatch and more — via an internet-accessible private network with game traffic prioritization and numerous custom game support options. WTFast features monthly and long-term subscriptions, with additional functionality based on subscribers' needs. For more information about WTFast, please visit www.wtfast.com.
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About UOL BoaCompra
Founded in 2004, UOL BoaCompra is an online payment company, specializing in cross-border payments, videogames and digital services. UOL BoaCompra supports more than 6,000 online titles across Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain and Turkey with more than 150 available payment methods. This includes Go4Gold, a virtual currency created specifically for game transactions. More than 130 of the largest gaming companies — including Electronic Arts, Valve Corporation, Riot Games, Games Oasis, SmileGate and Bigpoint — have partnered with UOL BoaCompra to bring their games to emerging markets. UOL BoaCompra also owns and operates the independent e-sports league XLG UOL (Xtreme League). For additional information, please visit boacompra.com, go4gold.uol.com.br or xlg.uol.com.br.
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