Unity Developers Can Now Use Paymentwall SDK to Manage In-Game Purchases

Game developers can now integrate Paymentwall SDK and start accepting payments from over 200 countries.

San Francisco, CA, January 13, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Paymentwall has created a software development kit (SDK) for Unity, a widely-used game development platform for creating 2D and 3D games on web, mobile or desktop applications. Game developers can now integrate Paymentwall SDK and start accepting payments from over 200 countries and territories, by offering more than 130 payment options to their end-users. Some of the payment options that developers can provide include credit and debit cards, bank transfers, mobile payments, prepaid solutions and many others.

“We are very excited to release our Unity Integration to allow gamers to make in-game purchases in their local currency, and in their most preferred payment method,” said Jevin Tryon, Project Manager at Paymentwall. “As a result, game developers will be able to increase their revenue, and monetize their games all around the world, easily.”

The ability to offer different payment methods and manage in-game purchases will allow developers to reach different markets worldwide and maximize their revenue. This is especially important as the global gaming market is expected to grow at a rate of 9.4% annually, and reach a revenue of 107 billion US dollars by 2017, according to the 2015 Global Games Market Report from Newzoo. Through the Paymentwall SDK, Unity will become the most wanted platform among game developers. In 2015, the number of developers using Unity reached a million, as compared to 60,000 developers in 2014, said Unity CEO John Riccitiello.

The Unity Editor comes with an array of tools for creating and enhancing graphics, animation, as well as 2D and 3D physics for games through effectors and colliders. Editor also supports C#, JavaScript, and Boo to help developers optimize user experience. To save time on game development and updates, Unity’s asset store offers ready-made plug-ins, models, extensions and services; which now includes Paymentwall SDK.

Developers will be able to level up the gaming experience through Paymentwall SDK. Their end-users can now pay for in-game purchases in a manner that is most convenient for them. The SDK also supports customization of the checkout page to reflect the look and feel of the game itself, contributing to a seamless user experience. Fraud protection and risk monitoring services are also part of it, to ensure safety for both end-users and developers in every transaction.

Unity developers will be able to increase their revenue with Paymentwall SDK, while providing their users a better experience within their games. The creation of Paymentwall SDK for Unity makes the game development platform an all-in-one solution for both new and existing developers that seek to earn money from their games.

About Paymentwall
Paymentwall is the leading global payment and content distribution platform for a wide range of digital goods and online services. Paymentwall has partnerships with over 130 payment option providers worldwide to offer global payments coverage for users in more than 200 countries with credit and debit cards, mobile payments, e-wallets, bank transfers, prepaid cards and many others. Paymentwall is headquartered in San Francisco, USA with 10 other offices worldwide.

About Unity
Unity is the leading game industry software that allows game developers to create games for web, desktop computers and mobile devices. It provides developers with production tools to create graphics, animation, physics and many more to build games easily. Unity is headquartered in San Francisco, USA, with 13 other offices worldwide.
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