With the Bitcoin crypto-currency becoming ever more popular among technology enthusiasts, the online gaming marketplace at G2A.com has reportedly now made the payments system available to its customers in India.

According to a report from Inc42.com, Hong Kong-based G2A.com, which was established seven years ago by entrepreneurs Dawid Rozek and Bartosz Skwarczek, partnered with American Bitcoin payments portal BitPay.com in 2015 but left customers in India off of the list of those able to utilize the popular crypto-currency.

However, G2A.com has now reportedly added a Bitcoin option to its G2A Pay payments gateway under the tagline ‘Sell Globally-Pay Locally,’ which means that its customers in India now have 13 distinct ways to pay.

G2A.com spokesperson Piyush Kankane reportedly told Inc42.com that his firm’s addition of Bitcoin as a payment method for Indian customers represented ‘another milestone’ and that the company would now work to increase ‘customer ease’ by guaranteeing ‘each aspect of payment’.

“It is an honest approach to cater to our target audience and gel with the latest technology to serve better and faster than others,” Kankane reportedly told Inc42.com.

G2A.com, which was previously known as Go2Arena, reportedly serves as a key code enabler for numerous platforms including Xbox, Steam and Uplay and claims to have in excess of twelve million users as well as 260,000 sellers around the world.