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    Question Affiliate Content

    Just curious, do online casino brands care what kind of content their affiliates are doing? I mean, sure no violent or ciminal acts or antagonizing content about them. I mean, what if, forexample, a website is all about PlayStation video games or digital illustration. Can they form an affiliation with brands like Bitcasino, or bet365 for sponsorship?

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    What has this got to do with the forum topic "Affiliate Payments"???!!! Nothing...
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    Hello hellokaitlynnn,

    That is a good question.

    Talking from Bitcasino.io perspective, then the answer is "Yes". We do care about the content that our affiliates are publishing. We try to mainly work with affiliates within the industry, whether it be cryptocurrency or iGaming.

    You are correct that we do not support any affiliates that have anything to do with harming others, illegal activities or minors.

    I hope this clarifies things up for you.


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    I moved the thread to the appropriate forum.
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    I used to work in casino customer support years ago, and quite often we'd get customer complaining that they received a bonus offer but it didn't work. This is because they had signed up to some affiliate email list, but were thinking the emails sent by the affiliate were directly from us. Usually it was the welcome bonus, which the customer had already used.

    I reported these things several times but no one ever did anything. Casinos don't have resources to follow what their affiliates are doing. You'd have to do some really dark stuff to get yourself barred from affiliate status. And as long as the players keep coming in, it doesn't really matter what you're doing otherwise.

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    Hey!
    I think affiliates doing that for SEO purposes and also gaming industry is relevant to gambling industry so that's not bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gil.langelaan View Post
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    I think affiliates doing that for SEO purposes and also gaming industry is relevant to gambling industry so that's not bad.
    Couldn't agree more! Some of them are using this just for SEO reasons, and sure it not bad giving that gaming is relevant to gambling. And also I can't see hoe casino can check a large number of affiliates and their content.

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    I think that they really care and monitor what their affiliates post. I think I have proved this when I accidentally clicked on Bitcasino .de and saw that their content was still in line with Bitcasino .io.

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