Facebook announced the expansion in the number of developers that can be part of Facebook Credits, virtual currency used in games and apps on Facebook. The follwoing payment options are designed to make it easier for all developers on Facebook Platform to expand their international reach, attract a broader set of people to their games and apps, and grow their businesses.
- “Expanded Program. Facebook Credits are now used in more than 200 games and apps on Facebook from more than 75 developers. To sign up for expanded program, visit Facebook Credits page for developers. We won’t be able to accommodate everyone immediately, but we’re excited to open up Facebook Credits to many more developers.
- New Payment Options. In addition to offering payments in 15 currencies, we’re introducing new ways to earn and pay for Credits, such as MOL points in Asia and gift cards through Target in U.S,” explaind Facebook.
- “Working with PlaySpan, we plan to add many more ways to pay for Facebook Credits in coming months, and some are already available in certain markets. Look for Paysafecard, Wallie card, bank transfer, and Boleto Bancario in coming months,” Facebook said.