Connecting with today’s mobile first consumer

We come from many different countries. We work in many different countries – 29 at last count. We support many different payment methods.
We are many. But we are also one.

Together Boku people work to help our customers to achieve their goals. Together we work to sell to new customers. Together we solve problems for our merchants. It is the very diversity of Boku — with people situated all around the world coming from different cultures, with different experiences and backgrounds, beliefs and orientations – that gives us our strength. Because Boku people are all around the world, we can serve our customers better. Because we come from different countries, we can understand our customers’ requirements better. And these things make us a better company. Diversity at Boku is not just some buzzword or bolt- on, dreamt up to make us look good in the Annual Report. It is who we are. It is our edge.

Our track record of local payments innovation

2009

Boku is founded and pioneers the use of carrier billing for web gaming in more than 70 markets

2010

Boku begins accepting payments from its first mobile wallet integration: GCash from the Philippines

2012

Boku adds support for recurring payments with its first subscription merchant: Spotify

2013

Boku adds support for console gaming with its launch in the Sony PlayStation Store

2014

Boku launches first subscriptions solution for Spotify

2015

Boku adds support for major app stores including Google Play, Windows 10 and others

2016

Boku adds support for payment linked marketing programs

2017

Boku goes IPO and debuts as BOKU.L on the London Stock Exchange

2018

Boku acquires Danal to add mobile identity & authentication capabilities

2020

Boku acquires Fortumo and adds a major European technology center in Estonia

2021

Boku launches recurring payments on mobile wallets with Netflix in Southeast Asia

2022

Boku adds support for real-time payments with its first digital advertising merchant: Meta

2023

Boku begins its global partnership with Amazon by launching its first set of mobile wallets for Amazon Prime

2024

Boku expands it's partnership with Google by enabling Blik in Poland, the first A2A mobile payment scheme between Boku and Google

Our Awards

2023 Fintech Awards London
Winner - Paytech Company of the Year
2023 Megabuyte Awards
Winner - Best Performing Financial Services Company in the UK Tech Sector
2024 The Card and Payments Award
Winner - Best Payment Facility

Meet Boku’s Team

Stuart Neal

Adam Lee

Mark Stannard

Keegan Flanigan

Deepa Kalikiri

Laura Li

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