Casino Affiliate News

  • 28 November 2012

    Income Access Teams With Stratosphere Casino

    In a recent press release, Income Access–so far a strictly iGaming business–announces its first partnership with a land-based casino. Las Vegas’ own Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower is the inaugural partner. Technically, Income Access is still dealing with only online partners, as its relationship with the Stratosphere Casino is strictly through its iGaming arm, ACEP Interactive LLC.

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  • 15 November 2012

    bet365 Announces Partnership with eCOGRA

    eCOGRA partners with bet365 Today bet365 Group Ltd, one of the largest gambling conglomerates in the world, identified eCOGRA to provide regulation testing and certification services to bet365’s gambling network. Steven Degg, Regulatory Compliance and Information Officer for bet365 stated, “bet365 selected eCOGRA based on the depth of skills, experience of its resources and a successful track record in providing compliance services to other leading operators and software suppliers.

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  • 24 October 2012

    Facebook Fan Pages: A Gamble?

    A Casino Affiliate Programs (CAP) article “Is Facebook Extorting Gambling Companies?” hit the internet waves a few days ago, and we’re still feeling the repercussions. In the article, Mike Litson tells the story of an iGaming affiliate  who goes through the ringer with Facebook as he tries to figure out why his fanpage is no longer available on the Facebook site.

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  • 23 August 2012

    Google Penguin Goes Organic

    When Google Panda hit the scene in 2011, the algorithm update was anything but soft and squeezable; it was the first time Google launched an obvious initiative that promoted sites with quality onsite content and a solid user experience and demoted the lower-quality sites that primarily existed on a diet of low-level links and low-quality writing.

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  • 05 August 2012

    Are Bots Your Biggest Fan On Facebook?

    If you are thinking about creating a Facebook ad presence, you may want to think again. At least, that’s what it would seem from one company’s experience. Limited Run, an internet services company which helps musically gifted folk (and other artists, labels) create their own online stores for selling products and digital downloads. Upon launching their first Facebook ad campaign, they realized that they could verify less than 25% of all ad clicks.

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  • 17 December 2011

    Bovada is the new Bodog: What It Means For Affiliates

    The Bodog rebranding for US-players is less a result of an identity crisis and more one of necessity. As the Morris Mohawk Gaming Group loses its licensing agreement with the Bodog brand at the end of the year, they are maintaining operations under a new name and website to create seamless continuity for its US players (and your affiliate information). That being said, affiliates need to be aware of a few changes in the affiliate program offered by MMGG.

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  • 17 December 2011

    Play Immortal Beloved for Free and Win Cash (Affiliate Exclusive!)

    Red Flush Casino knows that in order to spread the word about its new Immortal Romance online slot, it first has to spread the love. And now it has with an exclusive offer for its affiliates. Head to Red Flush Casino via this link to choose between the following: a 50% deposit bonus match up to $49 and 30 free spins .

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  • 05 August 2011

    Bet365 launches Affiliate Fantasy Football league

    If you think you have the inside scoop on the football season, or it’s just been too long since you were able to smacktalk an opponent over the internet, you’re in luck: Bet365 is firing up a Fantasy Football league just for its affiliates and just in time for the 2011-2012 English Football season to start. Affiliates will battle against each other, against their affiliate manager, and against the rest of the Bet365 affiliate team.

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  • 16 May 2011

    Another Casino Group Rolls Up the Welcome Mat

    Casino Coins, a large Vegas Technology online casino operator, announced today that it will no longer take on new players. In an email sent out to all of its affiliates, Casino Coins stated that this new policy will be effective immediately (May 16, 2011) and includes all of their brands: English Harbour, Caribbean Gold, Millionaire Casino, Silver Dollar, Slots Galore, Super Slots, and VIP Slots.

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  • 09 May 2011

    eCOGRA Revises Requirements; Aligns with CEN Workshop

    It was announced at eCOGRA today that it is aligning its core Generally Accepted Practices (eGAPs) with the CEN Responsible Remote Gambling Measures in an effort to put itself on the front line of accredited operators. As one of the first initiatives since becoming an independent council, the eGAP revisions come at a time when the online gambling community has shown it needs a little guidance, as we’ve seen recently with Absolute Poker and Blanca Gaming of Antigua.

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