If you only want to accept credit cards, we're probably not for you.
But if you're serious about supporting the payment methods your customers already know and trust, G2A PAY has you covered.
The share of alternative payment methods in Europe is expected to reach nearly 20 percent of the total payments market by 2020. For eCommerce merchants, offering the right mix of payment options is critical as it leads to higher conversion rates for their online shop.
From Sofort in Germany and iDEAL in the Netherlands to Russian favourites like Qiwi and Yandex, we’ll help you support all these payment methods. At the same time, credit cards remain popular throughout Europe while prepaid vouchers like Paysafecard are becoming market leaders for internet payments.Start accepting payments in Europe
iDeal is an eCommerce payment solution used in the Netherlands, focused on online banking. This payment method allows customers to buy online using direct transfers from their bank account.
Klarna is an online payment provider targeted primarily at merchants in Germany. It provides services to more than 35000 merchants and accepts transfers from most banks.
G2A Wallet is a G2A PAY-integrated feature allowing you to accept and issue payments from many different sources and hold them on your G2A account for further processing of your choice.
Pay by Skins is a payment method targeted at the gaming community. It allows players to issue payments with digital skins, based on their rarity and market values.
PayPal is a American online payment system operating worldwide. It supports online money transfers and offers services to online merchants as well as auction sites.
A Japanese credit card company operating from Tokyo. Although, issued in 20 countries, it is accepted worldwide. JCB cards are used in 190 countries every year to pay for services and goods.
One of the leading American payment companies, with legacy dating back to the 19th century. It offers credit cards, charge cards, and even traveller cheques, depending on individual needs.
Discover is an American issued credit card. It is currently the fourth largest credit card in the United States, and uses the Pulse payment system.
Introduced in 2008, BitCoinis a payment system using chiefly a cryptocurrency of the same name. BitCoins can be exchanged for other currencies and used for secure online payments.
Paysafecard is a secure and easy to use prepaid card. PSC is accepted by thousands of online merchants.Thanks to the 16-digit Paysafe PIN, it is very easy to use.
Alipay is a China online payment platform and is currently one of the leading Chinese payment service providers. Among others, its biggest partners on the Chinese market are Taobao and Tmall.
Skrill offers money transfers and payments in a convenient and low-cost way. Skrill operates from London and offers, among other products, digital wallets and prepaid cards.
MasterCard is one of the most prominent and important credit cards in the business. Operating from New York its credit and debits cards are accepted worldwide.
As one the leading Western credit card companies, California-based Visa offers customers a wide array of services, including (but not limited to) credit cards and debit cards. Visa also supports international online money transfers.
Neteller is one of the largest online payment service providers in the world that is able to process payments from all leading companies. Neteller's offer includes issuing cards and enabling money transfers.
BLIK is a Polish innovative mobile payment solution which allows ATM money withdrawals without needing debit or credit card. BLIK is a fast and simple way to pay, shop online or transfer money using an automatically generated 6-digit code.
Multibanco is an interbank network supported by major banks in Portugal, enabling users to pay through Multibanco internet bank or by using an ATM.
Cashbill is an innovative solution that offers a variety of online payment methods. With Cashbill, online shoppers located in Poland have the choice to pay with their favourite payment option.
EPS is an online transfer system developed by major banks in Austria. EPS has a vast base of users who enjoy the convenience and simplicity offered by this payment option.
BOKU is an e-Money service (carrier billing) aimed at customers who do not own a credit or debit card. BOKU enables its users to pay via their mobile number andpayment is charged to their phone bill.