One of the biggest gaming and entertainment companies in the UK, Mansion, has signed a deal with Boku.

Thanks to the inked agreement, Boku will deliver mobile technology which will allow users to make a deposit with a single click. With the new partnership between Boku and Mansion, this first company expands its area of existing agreements which include deals with such companies, as EE, O2 and Vodafone. The network covered by Boku account for almost 60 million UK subscribers, and from now on every single one of them will get an access to the newest deposit technology.

Thanks to the newest solutions used by Boku to develop their products, all Mansion players can forget about slow registration and deposit processes. With the new mobile solutions players just choose Pay by Mobile payment option and then confirm the deposit with one click.

Nikki Carter, Head of Product at Mansion:

“We have designed our mobile user experience to be as intuitive and simple as possible. This includes a player’s first deposit, and with this partnership Boku enables new customers to make this with a single click to charge their mobile account, making it a quick and simple method for players to access our games. Players therefore have this simple payment method for both and mobile accounts and within our apps.”

Jon Prideaux, CEO of Boku:

“Mansion is a superb partner for Boku, as both the company and their users value the quick, seamless and secure payment option that carrier billing provides for depositing funds. Because our roots as a company extend deep into mobile gaming, partnering with Mansion is a natural extension of our core business. This adds yet another dimension to the popular acceptance of carrier billing as a method of payment and deposit. It is further proof that carrier billing is becoming the preferred method of payment for many purchases or monetary transactions made online.”