Though relatively new compared to other brands, these online casinos offer a number of features that should make them ideal for affiliates. Aside from bonuses, these brands also offer weekly promotions, loyalty programs, and quality casino games that players will undoubtedly love. Thanks to these, affiliates can expect the brands they promote to have relatively high rates for both conversions and retention. In turn, this would mean that affiliates will get rewarded handsomely for their referral efforts.
Unlike with most programs, Income Partners has different commission structures for every partnered brand. Regardless of the online casino they promote, affiliates will get to enjoy a commission equal to a percentage of the revenue generated by the brands from their (the affiliates’) referred players. These percentages though will vary depending on the online casino brand.
For example, affiliates who promote BahseGel will get as much as 40% of the revenue it generates from the players they (the affiliates) refer. On the other hand, Casinomia will give affiliates as much as 50% in commissions for their referrals’ transactions.
Other than Revenue Share, affiliates can also hope to get rewarded through the program’s CPA commission structure. It should be noted though that CPA deals are going to be approved on a per case basis. Should they be deemed worthy for a CPA deals then affiliates will get a fixed amount (starting at €25) for every First Time Depositing player they successfully refer to the program.
CPA rates are determined by a number of factors including the promoted brand and the quality of the affiliate’s referral traffic. Affiliates can also supplement either their RevShare or CPA deals by referring other affiliates. Should their referred affiliates (sub-affiliates) successfully promote the brands, affiliates can expect the program to reward them with a commission equal to 3% of their sub-affiliates’ earnings.
Up to 50% Revenue Share Commission
Available; rates start at €25 per FTD
Commission equal to 3% of sub-affiliates’ earnings