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PFS Launches League of Legends Digital Payment Product in Spain

PFS have recently announced the launch of its Correos Prepago League of Legends’ digital payment product, which is now live for legions of fans in a salute to Spain’s thriving youth market. The smart virtual payment option is set to become a transformative parental fintech solution in Spain to empower young people with a safe means of making online purchases.

Sergio Ignacio Peinado Jimenez, Deputy Director of Digital Transformation & Data Analysis at Correos said: ”From Correos, we have created our first digital card, intending to meet our more and more digital and young customer needs, especially those of League of Legends’ fans. Its digital verification technology allows us to connect with consumers increasingly used to immediacy in purchases and payments. Consequently, the engagement between the new customer, who mainly searches and buys online with our brand, is growing and evolving.”

PFS is a payment provider delivering robust payment technology solutions and innovation in electronic money. PFS’ award-winning solutions include e-wallets, physical and virtual prepaid cards, IBAN accounts and prepaid consumer and business current accounts in the UK and Eurozone.

Emilio Gutierrez, Country Manager Iberia at PFS said: ”It has been an enriching experience to ensure League of Legends’ loyal followers remains at the heart of this smart fintech product with our longstanding friends at Correos. The financial education of young people in Spain is a major driving factor for us.

“As PFS’ technology can deliver new products at speed, we look forward to advancing the availability of digital payment solutions for the people of Spain as Correos continues to expand its range of financial products.”

The PFS Correos Prepago League of Legends’ product is available on iOS and Android where customers can apply for a Spanish International Bank Account Number (IBAN).


  • Polly is a journalist, content creator and general opinion holder from North Wales. She has written for a number of publications, usually hovering around the topics of fintech, tech, lifestyle and body positivity.

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