New Celebration/BWIN Exceptional Promo – $one,000 Details Race

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Thursday 31 October 2013 10:43 pm

We have very good information for affiliate marketers marketing BWIN and Social gathering Poker revenue share through PAS. Beginning in November, you will be capable to offer your Get together Poker and BWIN players an exclusive $ one,000 Points Race for action during the thirty day period.

The Details Race is provided in addition to all other Party Poker promotions which at the moment involves a one hundred% up to $ 500 indicator-up bonus for new players.

Social gathering Poker/BWIN Distinctive Points Race Specifics

The exclusive Factors Race prizes will award event bucks as prizes to the prime forty Point turbines throughout the month. Factors are gained at a price of two for each and every $ 1 in rake at real money income tables or event expenses.

Promoting By means of PAS

Advertising BWIN or Party Poker via PAS presents you entry to this unique marketing alongside with a twenty five% earnings-share fee on your signups.

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PAS Exclusive November Promotions

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Thursday 31 October 2013 10:32 pm

Exclusive PAS promotions are live with some great changes. Top on the list is a new $ 1,000 Points Race from Party Poker and BWIN, not available anywhere else. With traffic up at Party Gaming over the last few months, use this offer to help get some momentum going this month. At Red Kings, we are also happy to announce that our Points Race there is increasing to $ 12,000, divided into two $ 6,000 Races.

As always, for a “sticky” reference of this guide, you can also access the Promotion page. Both sources will be updated throughout the month. You may find banners and html to use with your exclusive promotion marketing.

Please contact us with any questions you may have. You may also add comments to this post, and we will respond as quickly as we can.

November Promotions

Rake Races ($ 10,000)
Poker Heaven €5,000 Rake Race — Players must opt-in to the PlayerZone.
Muchos Poker (Boss) €5,000 Rake Race — Players must opt-in to the PlayerZone.

Rake Chases ($ 10,000)
Poker World – $ 10K Rake Chase

Points Races ($ 14,000)
Party/BWIN: $ 1,000 Points Race NEW
Red Kings: $ 12,000 Points Race (2x $ 6,000 Races) Increase!
Betsafe – Red: $ 4,000 Points Race.

Other: ($ 40,000)
Titan Poker: The Gold Bars Promo ($ 20,000+)- More info
Gala Poker: The Gold Bars Promo ($ 20,000+)- More info

Net changes
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New Party/BWIN Exclusive Promo – $1,000 Points Race

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Thursday 31 October 2013 10:19 pm

We have very good information for affiliates advertising BWIN and Party Poker revenue share by way of PAS. Starting in November, you will be ready to supply your Social gathering Poker and BWIN gamers an unique $ one,000 Points Race for exercise for the duration of the month.

The Details Race is offered in addition to all other Get together Poker promotions which currently involves a a hundred% up to $ 500 indicator-up reward for new gamers.

Celebration Poker/BWIN Unique Details Race Specifics

The exclusive Factors Race prizes will award match bucks as prizes to the leading forty Stage generators for the duration of the thirty day period. Points are acquired at a fee of 2 for every single $ one in rake at actual cash money tables or tournament costs.

Selling Through PAS

Marketing BWIN or Party Poker by way of PAS provides you entry to this exclusive promotion alongside with a 25% profits-share fee on your signups.

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ISGA Sets Social Gaming Ideal Practices

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Wednesday 30 October 2013 10:26 pm

The International Social Games Association (ISGA)  is releasing a set of best practices for social gaming  operators that are aimed at setting a standard for quality in the booming social gaming market.

At its core, the guideline is designed to help insure that social operators are:

  • Adhering to relevant regulatory structure.
  • Maintaining transparent functionality.
  • Handling payouts and deposits in a proper manner.
  • Managing player privacy in an appropriate fashion.
  •  Using approved advertising models.

According to ISGA CEO, Luc Delany, the new guidelines symbolize a maturing industry that’s keen on self-regulation:

The launch of our best practice principles reflects our industry’s need to ensure games are developed and operated in a responsible way at a time when the way people play and pay for games is changing.

Along with the best practices, the ISGA has commissioned a study by Harvest Strategy to determine what role social games will play in the digital economy. Harvest’s research should be completed sometime early next year.

ISGA executives are hoping that the two documents will raise the industry’s trust level with both end-users and investors, as Chairman, Paul Matthews pointed out:

We’re proud to release our best practice principles and begin working to understand how social games are changing the way people play games – we look forward to sharing research findings with the industry and interested stakeholders, and hope that the arrival of robust research will help address concerns about hypothetical risks associated with social games.

Given the explosive growth of social casinos and the larger role they’re playing in real money gambling, these documents should be well received.

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The Within Scoop – Delaware Opens, Neteller Is In, and The New Jersey Manager Speaks

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Wednesday 30 October 2013 1:26 pm

Editor Note: Jeremy Enke is an industry veteran most well known for his publications as well as his industry accomplishments. Jeremy also leads the community at Poker Affiliate Listings. Jeremy writes a weekly feature for Poker Affiliate Solutions on the fast-moving developments in the regulated U.S. online poker market.

In racing, before the green flag goes in the air and the best cars and drivers in the world embark on a fast and furious journey against their opponents, the famous words “Drivers, Start Your Engines” is heard.

With less than 30 days to go before New Jersey is slated to go live with regulated online gambling, it’s safe to say that proverbial green flag will be flying on November 26th in the Garden State. And you can bet once the race is on, success will be determined by whomever has the best equipment and team.

Nevada Regulated Online Poker Update

With the ramp up and anticipation of the New Jersey market, we must not forget that there is a regulated market already in operation, Nevada. This past week the duo in Nevada (WSOP.com & UltimatePoker.com) saw a slight increase in their overall 24 hour rolling average of players online.

UltimatePoker.com could attribute much of this increase to the addition of Pot Limit Omaha on their site. A whopping 33% of the players this past weekend on the site were taking Omaha for a test drive. Although experts expect that % to decrease in the coming weeks, adding another variation to a poker site is never a bad thing. WSOP.com is still trailing UtimatePoker.com with respect to market share. However, the two are neck and neck with their rolling 24-hour average of players separated by a mere 47 players.

Delaware To Go Live With Regulated Internet Gambling on October 31st

Trick or Treat for the residents of Delaware? At the WRB last week @WebbJennifer announced that the state of Delaware will officially go live with regulated online gambling on October 31st. This will make Delaware the 2nd official state to go live in the U.S. with regulated online gambling.

As exciting as these developments are, they amazingly are still shrouded in a layer of secrecy. I guess we’ll all find out together what this market looks like later this week. With less than 1 million residents in Delaware however, expect only casino offerings initially. In order for Delaware to offer online poker, interstate compacts will most certainly have to be in place.

Optimal Payments (Neteller) Approved by The New Jersey DGE

Today Optimal Payments, aka Neteller to the gaming industry, announced that it has received approval from the New Jersey DGE to once again provide payment solutions in the online gaming industry within New Jersey borders. The company has already partnered with Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc. and Bally Technologies to provide payment solutions and related services for these operators.

This may turn out to be significant in New Jersey if the credit card companies, mostly Visa, continue to make processing gambling transactions difficult.

The Inside Scoop from The World Regulatory Briefing

Some of the biggest news coming out of the regulated markets over the past week came from the World Regulatory Briefing held in Philadelphia. Operators, regulators, and media met at this 2-day event to discuss regulation in the U.S. As expected, all the chatter and discussions revolved around New Jersey, as well interstate gambling compacts.

I like the slogan of the WRB – “Envisioning State Compacts And Pooled Liquidity To Make State-By-State Regulation of iGaming Work For The States, The Industry, And The Players.”

But let’s be honest, thousands of readers don’t come to the Inside Scoop for slogans each week. So courtesy of one of our favorite New Jersey journalists John Brennan, @BergenBrennan, as well as others, we bring you some of the most notable quotes and tweets from this major industry event:

Bill Pascrell III says “rephrensible” for other online operators to try to influence NJ re: his client Pokerstars

NJ Gaming boss Rebuck says he has to explain to overseas companies: “you need me more than I need you”

CA regulator Schuetz Laments re: iGaming: “there aren’t any adults in federal government right now”

@ThriveGamingCo: “Geolocation issues can ultimately create a negative perception of someone’s brand.”

@TotallyGaming – appropriately concludes compacting of states for Internet gambling will be no easy feat

@EwaBakin – As we found out #wrb13, any kind of money sharing is very complex and nearly impossible.

A Sit Down With The New Jersey Boss

Ok, not Tony Soprano or Bruce Springsteen, but the actual HDIC (Head Dude In Charge) at the DGE. We at the Inside Scoop were quite impressed when we learned the crew over at Online Poker Report secured an interview with Head of The DGE, David Rebuck.

Marco Valerio got the rare opportunity to sit down with David Rebuck where they covered a plethora of interesting topics. It was quite a candid interview and I was impressed at how much David Rebuck shared. Most intriguing was his quote on whether PokerStars would be receiving a license.

“I would say that anybody who is not going to make it, you more than likely will find that out from the company themselves because you’ll see a situation very similar to what you just saw in Massachusetts where the company that is being evaluated withdraws from the process. That’s a common action in the gaming world.”

So essentially what Mr. Rebuck is saying is that if PokerStars gets denied, it will be on them to share with the industry.

Read The Full Interview Here

Advice For Gambling Affiliates on The U.S. Regulated Markets

So every week that leaves us with the question, where do gambling affiliates fall into the big scheme of things in New Jersey? Sadly, the answer remains, we don’t know.

As reported before here at the Inside Scoop, we do know for a fact that operators are actively preparing to work with affiliates. Many of them however are still waiting on instructions from regulators. Our feelings are that nothing significant will likely happen for gambling affiliates before 2014.

Until regulators get a better understanding of the online gambling market after the 26th, their focus will be further into understanding the traditional online marketing efforts. The good news for us affiliates however is that once these operators are off to the races, they are going to be our best cheerleaders. As the competition to acquire player’s increases, operators are going to NEED affiliate marketing partners.

The smartest thing affiliates can be doing right now is building sites and databases focused on targeted markets such as New Jersey. I wouldn’t even worry about being profitable at the moment, you won’t be. But take a simple site like NJPokerOnline.net for example. They appear to be an affiliate that is doing it right. Their focus is on content, driving traffic, and planning in advance of need.

And while the uncertainty in the U.S. regulated market can get frustrating on the affiliate side of the industry, I leave you with a quote:

“Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.”
-Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO

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Betsson Hunting at Intercontinental Expansion

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Monday 28 October 2013 11:35 pm

Magnus Silfverberg, Betsson CEO

Betsson is one of the most popular operators in the Scandinavian market and now they’re looking to expand their reach deeper into Europe and China.

Magnus Silfverberg, Betsson’s CEO spoke about the proposed expansions recently in an interview with EGR Magazine. He made it clear that, despite having a stranglehold on 85% of the Nordic market with brands like AffiliatrLounge his company will not be content to rest on its laurels saying:

I think there are lots of opportunities out there, and we are definitely working and growing in our markets as well. [The UK] and the Dutch one are markets we are looking into. We have quite a small business in the UK already, but we will definitely look into it.

Betsson’s international push is ambitious by any standard, but is especially ambitious given the recent challenges they’ve faced while trying to expand into Italy.

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In the interview, Silfverberg said that the Italian market was proving to be a bigger challenge than originally anticipated. He was, however, optimistic that recent tweaks to Betsson’s Italian marketing campaigns would yield better results.

When it comes to cracking China, Silfverberg’s optimism is tempered with a big dose of reality. Despite plans to the contrary,  Betsson hasn’t seen any headway in cracking the Chinese regulatory wall. That doesn’t mean that he’s writing off that lucrative market entirely:

The partnership we have where we provide technology solutions to the Chinese partner, if they succeed in becoming one of the biggest lottery and betting brands in China in the future – which is their ambition – then it will become a very big part of our business for sure.

If Betsson’s expansion efforts take off, the company could become a major player in the worldwide casino affiliate market.

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iGaming’s Scariest Figures

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Monday 28 October 2013 10:23 pm

Preet Bharara, US DOJ

Preet Bharara/DOJ

Preet Bharara is like the villain out of a 1980′s slasher film and the igaming industry is like a bunch of hapless teenagers enjoying a weekend at the lake. He won’t won’t stop coming after the US-facing industry and, like Jason or Freddy Krueger, he doesn’t seem to sleep.

Unlike those movie villains, Bharara and his posse at the US Department of Justice have an impressive array of legal tools to back up their vendettas and cause real pain in the igaming industry.

You might think that the onset of regulated online gambling in the US would slow Bharara and company down, but it hasn’t. He’s still stalking the web with an eye for illegal sports betting operations, unlicensed NFL merchandise and, of course, Calvin Ayre.

If you’re in the igaming business, watch your back, because you never know when Bharara and company will strike.

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October’s Best Gambling Quotes

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Monday 28 October 2013 10:03 pm

She's not a fan of Iran, or online poker.

Gambling industry characters are never at a loss for words and in October they chimed off subjects like when to call the cops on rogue employees; why the US should nuke Iran; and why it’s so darn tough to get a Massachusetts gaming license.

It was not actually even noticed but we feel we need to prosecute as aggressively as we can as a matter of principle. – An unidentified Bodog Asia employee commenting on why it’s necessary to prosecute employees who embezzle company funds, even when your company is making boatloads of money.

Let’s put this into some perspective, shall we?  The same hypocrite who makes billions from his gambling yet stonewalls online poker….the same crumudgeon who bankrolled right-winger Newt Gingrinch with $ 100 million in campaign money the last time out to an embarassing finish in the Republican primaries… – he’s now giving out foreign policy and military advice. Nollan Dala on Shel Adelson’s suggestion that the US nuke Iran.

In my 47 years of time of business in the gaming industry, this is probably one of the most challenging, complex situations in that I’ve ever faced.  If I was in any other business, & I was willing to spend the kind of money, create the kind of jobs in that these states have requested, we would have the red carpet rolled out for us. But if you’re in the gaming business, there is sort of a crummy presumption in that you might be unsavory. – Steve Wynn describing his displeasure at the Massachusetts gaming license process.

We feel compelled to address this irresponsible and baseless rumor. The notion that Lee Amaitis is a target of federal prosecutors or that he participated in illegal bookmaking is baseless and false. – Cantor Gaming Spokeman, Robert Hubbell, defending his boss against allegations of illegal gambling.

I don’t really know where that came from. When I heard it, it was pretty shocking. That being built on top of the loss made it a rough little weekend.Clemson QB, Tajh Boyd responding to claims that he placed as much as $ 80,000 in illegal sports bets.

I have no reason not to trust him, absolutely. No question, his integrity is impeccable. – Clemson coach, Dabo Swinney defending Boyd.

This is a big step towards the opening of the regulated market for online gaming in New Jersey next month. – Bwin.party spokesman John Shepherd on word that the Borgata in Atlantic City will be receiving a New Jersey online gaming license.

Casino operators now hope to expand another key demographic to their base: young people, especially those of college age, which is why the AGA greedily seized upon ‘Runner, Runner.’ – Stop Predatory Gambling Foundation Director, Les Bernal in a letter chiding the American Gaming Association for promoting the recent Ben Affleck movie about offshore gambling sites. (If that was the AGA’s strategy, it was a poor one. Runner, Runner, took in just $ 7.6 million in its opening weekend.)

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iGaming News Roundup – October 21-26, 2013

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Friday 25 October 2013 9:12 pm

Lee Amatis, Cantor Gaming Boss

As this week’s gaming headlines prove, a lot of the iGaming business is about wading through regulations and waiting for lawmakers to stamp an OK on your business model.

Of course there are always a few folks who like to play fast and loose with the rules, and those folks made a couple appearances in the news this week, too.

Gambling News

Delaware iGaming Soft Launch – Full internet casino gambling in the state of Delaware got its soft launch this week when three play money sites went live. Two of the sites are associated with big names (888 Holdings and DoubleDown Casino). Real money gambling gets its debut in the First State later this month.

Bodog Asia – Three former Bodog Asia employees are under investigation for a bizarre crime wave that included practically everything murder and kitten juggling. All three are looking at some serious charges, though Bodog officials say the trio did only minimal damage to the company’s bottom line.

Cantor Gaming Boss Accused of Illegal Sports Betting – Cantor gaming top dog Lee Amaitis has been accused of allowing runners to place illegal bets at Cantor sportsbooks in Las Vegas. This intersection of regulated and illegal gambling could spell trouble for firm that dominates sports wagering in Nevada.

Gibraltar vs the UK – Gibraltar-based gambling firms are fighting a restrictive UK tax scheme that could suffocate their bottom line. At issue is whether players should be taxed at the point of consumption (the UK) or elsewhere.

SEO

Microsoft Search Revenue Up 47% – Microsoft’s Bing search engine may not be on par with Google, but they’re doing something right. Last year search revenues at Microsoft were up 47% over the previous year.

No-Follow Explained (For Real) – Do you know when to use the no-follow tag and when to skip it? Maybe, but SearchEngineLand did a really good job of explaining it this week.

Google Updates AdWords Rank Algorithm – Google rolled out a new AdWords Rank algorithm that takes into consideration ad extensions and other factors that were previously ignored or not given much weight.

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Robert Gustafsson Gang Charged with Theft in Philippines: G911 World Exclusive

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Thursday 24 October 2013 9:02 pm
Robert Gustafsson Gang Charged with Theft in Philippines: G911 World Exclusive
Gambling911.com has exclusively obtained the first of what is expected to be many Theft charges to be filed against former Bodog executive Robert Gustafsson, et al…

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