The support staff and affiliate managers have researched all offers on PAS thoroughly. We have compiled a lot of data into the reviews of each poker room. These reviews are updated weekly or more often if there is a major event such as this weeks Merge Gaming rakeback news. We wanted to go over what is offered in terms of content in these reviews to better help affiliates decide which offers they would like on their sites and to help answer questions from players.
Player Related Information
One of the first concerns a player has is whether players in their country are accepted by the poker room. The PAS geotargeting software makes it so that only offers in their country are seen. Publishers should still check out their offers and the countries available to help decide what rooms are appropriate for their visitors. There is no need to put a lot of time into non US offers for a PAS publisher site that has nearly 100% US traffic. All PAS reviews show an updated list of all countries available and the regions targeted.
The next information a player will want to know is what network the poker room is on and the size of that network. The PAS reviews show the network with Pokerscout.com traffic counts and rankings.
Bonus and rakeback information are also important to players. All PAS poker rooms have a deposit bonus for new players. We show the terms of the bonus and whether the poker room allows flat rakeback. If not, we discuss highlights of the VIP program offered.
Licensing information can be important to players. This is especially true for players in high tax European countries. We list the licensing jurisdiction to help players decide where to play and avoid a nasty tax surprise.
Some poker players do not play only Texas Holdem. For this reason, we also list what games are offered by each PAS offer. Keep in mind that just because the software is capable of spreading a particular game it does not mean it is always available.
In addition to the above information that publishers will find helpful, we also include some publisher specific information.
Publishers are especially interested in commissions. There are three plans available for PAS offers. They are CPA, rakeback and revenue share. Most rooms will only offer one or two of these choices. In the publisher information we display the CPA amount paid for each qualifying player and the rakeback or revenue share percentage.
Rakeback and revenue share deals can have deductions. It is important to see what deductions each room has when comparing offers. These can even differ on the same network. Some poker rooms and combination of the following: bonuses, deposit fees, VIP programs, points spent, points earned, withdrawal fees, taxes, marketing and royalties. Some rooms do not deduct anything from MGR at all.
Rooms that offer CPA will show the requirements for a player to achieve before the CPA commission is paid.
The reviews also show the most current withdrawal options for your PAS commission. At the time of this post those options are bank wire, Moneybookers/Skrill, Neteller, Cake Poker, Carbon Poker and Juicy Stakes.
These reviews are full of so many options that PAS support uses these as a reference if they are unsure about a poker room or support issue. We will continue to keep these pages up to date so that publishers can use this information to decide what rooms to promote and to help them with player support and marketing.
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