Betting Partners Review
The brands represented by Betting Partners date back to the distant 1994. However, in 2011 Betting Partners took over and they are now responsible for governing the affiliate program and all affiliates of their brands. The most distinctive feature of Betting Partners is that they have brands going across both US markets and they cover a rather big share of other non-US markets. Since 2012 they’ve distanced themselves from Eastern Europe and they’ve focused only on Western Countries. Their affiliate program may seem a bit too complex and we expect you to find it confusing at first. Nevertheless, once you get the hang of it or if you have prior experience you’ll know perfectly well why this is the case.
Once the affiliate has accumulated $200 the commission can be withdrawn with an e-wallet such as NETeller and Click2Pay or have the money transferred to a player account at some of their brands. Withdrawing the commission with a bank wire requires a minimum amount of $1,500. This is a very high threshold that some affiliates will never reach. Fortunately, the mediocre $200 e-wallet limit is an appropriate substitute.
Betting Partners’ standard payment scheme is based on the net revenue generated by the players the affiliate brings to their brands. Affiliates can apply for a different payment scheme such as CPA or some type of a hybrid scheme. If you’re interested in this kind of a deal feel free to contact some of their managers. Only a selection of affiliates is eligible for this kind of payment scheme. A key point to note is their minimum activity clause which can be found in their terms and conditions. Every affiliate must bring 3 new depositing players over a period of 6 months. If this criterion is not fulfilled the commission gets reduced to the lowest possible commission percentage. Despite your performance, say with Bodog and Bovada, if you don’t bring in 3 new depositing players you’ll still receive only 10% commission. The maximum commission one affiliate can make is 45%. However, to reach this stadium affiliates must continually bring in active players. For example, in order to reach the 45% the affiliate must bring 251+ players during one month.
Betting Partners offer one of the most diverse affiliate programs in terms of the specifications of the markets they’re targeting. In the beginning they were all about the US market. Since they performed rather well they decided to expand over in Europe. However, their influence is not strong enough yet in Europe. Their primary targets are the US and Canada and their Asian version of Bodog targets Japan.
Betting Partners use MyAffiliates as their affiliate platform. It is an endless source of creative promotional material like banners, logos and other resources that will catch the attention of your visitors. In addition to this their proprietary affiliate platform provides affiliates with valuable information that gives them insight of what works and what doesn’t. In other words affiliates can see what players are the most profitable. On the other hand their brands are powered by Real Time Gaming’s finest, Betsoft, Rival Gaming and Bodog’s Custom proprietary games.
- Real time Gaming
- Bodog Network
- Player account
Betting Partners represents 4 different brands. Bodog and Bovada have their own sportsbooks and casinos. The other two brands are Slots.lv and Downtown Bingo. Slots.lv and Bovada are licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission whereas Bodog holds a license certificate issued by Antigua Online Gaming Association.