Norwalk, CT — Payball, a leading nationwide mobile app for paying referees, coaches, event staff, and more, announced that it has partnered with the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) to become the official payment solution for its inaugural season. The league launched June 2 and features five professional teams.
“We are thrilled to partner with the WPLL for its inaugural season,” said Payball CEO Peter Makover. “This is a great endorsement of the speed and simplicity that Payball brings to the process of managing the wide range of payments necessary to run a professional league. The WPLL is an exciting new league and we look forward to being an important part of their growth.”
“Payball will provide a lot of efficiency in managing payments for the WPLL,” said WPLL Founder and CEO Michelle DeJulius. “This will be very helpful to our organization as we continue to focus on growing and expanding our professional league.”
The WPLL currently has teams representing Baltimore, New England, Metropolitan New York, Upstate New York, and Philadelphia. The league plans to use Payball to manage payments to players, coaches, referees and game staff throughout the season. Payball was launched in 2016 to simplify the administrative headaches often involved with managing game payments.
The mobile app streamlines the process for sports organizations, enabling them to make payments easily and quickly with full tracking and reporting capabilities. Payball was recently recognized by U.S. Lacrosse Magazine as a “Must-Have” application and was invented by a former Penn State men’s lacrosse team captain.