Rewards Affiliates Review
Rewards Affiliates was established back in 2005. Over the past decade they’ve established more than 25 brands which have their game portfolios powered by none other, but Microgaming. Rewards Affiliates is by far the biggest affiliate program that operates online casinos and poker rooms. Some of their most reputable brands are Lucky Emperor Casino and Aztec Riches Casino. It offers 3 flexible commission programs. Affiliates can choose themselves what program they will opt for. Each has its own pros and cons. Rewards Affiliates provides its associates with promo material like banners, they can put their games on their websites etc. They’ll do anything it takes to make the affiliate’s website more appealing to new potential players. Rewards is working closely with the Kahnawake Gaming Commission which is the gaming regulator located in the independent Mohawk Territory in Canada.
All commissions are paid out between the 1st and 7th day of the month. The minimum withdrawal amount is rather high and new affiliates may have to wait couple of months before they see any money coming from Rewards Affiliates. Once the affiliate has accumulated at least $200 there are several different payment methods with which the money can be withdrawn. NETeller, Payspark and Skrill (Moneybookers) are the most flexible options as they have the shortest pending period of 1-3 days and they carry no additional transaction fees. Other banking options an affiliate can choose are checks which may take up to 21 days to reach your destination or if you have them sent over to you via FedEx the check will arrive after 3-5 days. However, a fast delivery will cost you a fee of $50. Another reliable payment method is the Bank Wire Transfer. The processing time period is 3-10 days and it largely depends on your bank. It comes with a fee of $30. Affiliates can also have their commission transferred to a casino player account or a poker player account at some of their brands. Rewards Affiliates allows affiliates to withdraw their commission in a long range of currencies. Affiliates have their negative balances erased at the end of each month, i.e. there’s no negative carry over at Rewards Affiliates. The commission one affiliate generates from all brands at Rewards Affiliates is not added up in total; instead it’s paid out separately to the affiliate. In other words, there’s no bundling. Rewards Affiliates doesn’t charge any admin fees.
Rewards Affiliates allows their affiliates to choose from three commission programs. Depending on the type of players the affiliate usually attracts the appropriate program should be selected. The Net Revenue Sharing program pays between 25% and 35% depending on the affiliate’s performance. In order to reach the most desired 35% commission tier the affiliate needs to bring in 21+ new depositing players. Affiliates can opt for the True Wager Model which pays a flat 35% of the total amount one player has wagered at some of Rewards Affiliates’ brands. Be advised that this program pays a different percentage of the money wagered on a particular game. Novice affiliates may find it confusing. Lastly, there’s the CPA (cost-per-acquisition) model. Affiliates receive $50 flat for every new player they bring that deposits $100 or more. Affiliates do not receive any subsequent payments for the players they brought regardless of their performance. There’ve been rumors that Rewards Affiliate will lure affiliate’s players to another casino by offering higher than average bonuses. By doing this the affiliate loses its players forever. Promoting Rewards Affiliates among your competition so to speak can be a source of additional 5% passive income from your sub-affiliates. As long as you and they are promoting Rewards Affiliates the prime affiliate receives 5% of the total commission that’s paid out to the sub-affiliate.
Affiliates who choose to connect with Rewards Affiliate put themselves in a position where they can’t promote their casinos to US citizens. Besides this there are no other crucial points to note. The majority of rewards players come from Germany, Russia and Canada. If you’re already working with these regions Rewards Affiliate is a great way to proceed.
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Every single one of Casino Rewards group casino is powered by the mighty Microgaming. The affiliate platform is made in-house by Casino Rewards. There are thorough guides that help out new affiliates to find their way around easily. Affiliates have complete overview of what’s going on with their players, what games they’re playing the most, when they’re playing etc. Due to the employment of Microgaming Rewards Affiliates can’t market in the US.
As one of the biggest affiliates programs Rewards Affiliates doesn’t have a tough time finding new affiliates. Currently they have 29 online casino brands and 2 poker rooms. The list of online casino brands is as follows: Casino Action, Casino Classic, Golden Tiger Casino, Captain Cooks Casino, Black Jack Ballroom, Zodiac Casino, Nostalgia Casino, UK Casino Club, Quatro Casino, Grand Mondial Casino, Yukon Gold Casino, Lucky Emperor Casino, Phoenician Casino, Casino Kingdom, Player Palace Casino, Casino Share, Villento Casino, Rich Reels Casino, Colosseum Casino, Grand Hotel Casino, Luxury Casino, Vegas Country Casino, Virtual City Casino, Vegas Slot Casino, Aztec Riches Casino, Challenge Casino, Music Hall Casino, Strike It, Lucky Casino and Golden Reef Casino. The two poker rooms they operate are called Poker Rewards and Golden Tiger Poker. Rewards Affiliates have continuously expanded over the years. We expect this list to grow further.
- Golden Tiger Casino
- Casino Kingdom
- Blackjack Ballroom
- Phoenician Casino
- Quatro Casino