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    IMHO, all this stuff with UK compliance has only one solution, operators that want stay with UK Market must have .uk or .co.uk , just like in Spain or Italy. What we have now, in fact, is that UK licensed operators are asking affiliates to remodel their portals, when normally it is their task to remodel their business with the UK, let say launch a separate website for UK players, letting affiliates to choose what site to promote. It's obvious that an English language portal, though not targetting the UK, will drive UK traffic as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slawete View Post
    IMHO, all this stuff with UK compliance has only one solution, operators that want stay with UK Market must have .uk or .co.uk , just like in Spain or Italy. What we have now, in fact, is that UK licensed operators are asking affiliates to remodel their portals, when normally it is their task to remodel their business with the UK, let say launch a separate website for UK players, letting affiliates to choose what site to promote. It's obvious that an English language portal, though not targetting the UK, will drive UK traffic as well.
    The rules with the UK are, if a UK person has access to it regardless if they are being targeted or not, it needs to be compliant. Having a UK TLD makes no difference. If you're on a .com and are getting UK traffic, you need to be compliant.

    Operators are responsible for affiliates. It's not just operators who have to make the changes.
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    Just to keep this updated.

    Today we received payment for last months commissions.

    This is the last of our work with Leovegas.

    We just felt that the big sweep of account suspensions for UK affiliates regardless of the fact that they are indeed compliant was just too much.

    Of course it's important to point out that we have always had a good relationship with the Leo guys. Always thought they were a good operation and I'm sure they will continue to be.

    Just not for us.

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    Finally, logged into the affiliate center and saw a t&cs box pop-up basically telling me to remove any direct marketing towards Leo. Once again I emailed someone responded by telling me not to promote Leo, which I replied gladly and told them that I was unhappy that I was not contacted directly to tell me so.

    It is only good news for me though as I used Leo Vegas personally so will save a few quid by not going there anymore.
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