Affiliates planning to promote an online casino brand targeted at the Russian market might want to give the RioBet Affiliates program the time of their day. Once part of this program, affiliates can then promote the RioBet casino and sportsbook brand.
The brand has been around since 2014 and it already boasts of generous bonuses and promotions that are complemented by a formidable casino games library. These combined with favorable odds on its sportsbook section, have made the brand relatively popular in the Russian market. As such, affiliates can always expect the brand do well in terms of conversion and player retention.
If affiliates end up successfully promoting RioBet, they can then expect generous commissions as a reward from the program. Affiliates can expect commissions to start at 45% and can go up to as much as 60% of the revenue generated by the sportsbook and online casino from the players they’re able to refer. Unlike most programs, the number of referred first time depositors in a month determine affiliates’ share (as opposed to net revenue generated from referred players’ transactions).
Other than Revenue Share commissions, the program also has multi-level sub-affiliate commissions that affiliates can take advantage of to boost their earnings. Affiliates who refer other affiliates directly will get a 5% share of the revenue these sub-affiliates earn. If these sub-affiliates’ refer others (Level 2 sub-affiliates) then affiliates get a 3% share of their (sub-affiliates’ sub-affiliates’) earnings. Should their Level 2 sub-affiliates have their own sub-affiliates, affiliates can enjoy 2% share of these Level 3 sub-affiliates’ earnings.
- 0-5 First Time Depositors - 40% Revenue Share Commission
- 6-10 FTDs - 45% Revenue Share Commission
- 11-25 FTDs - 50% Revenue Share Commission
- 26+ FTDs - 60% Revenue Share Commission
- Level 1 - 5% share of Level 1 sub-affiliates’ revenue
- Level 2 - 3% share of Level 2 sub-affiliates’ revenue
- Level 3 - 2% share of Level 3 sub-affiliates’ revenue