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    iso2009 is offline Public Member
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    Default casino/gaming affiliate programs needed + legal questions

    I've decided to take a chance in the casino/gaming niche, apart from sports betting. There's an opportunity to get some SE traffic from USA, UK and some other countries (but mainly US) in this specific niche so I said "let's give it a shot". Since I have all the needed tools, why not?

    The first problem is that I don't know good casino affiliate programs. I have bet365, Unibet, Bwin, 1xbet (well...) and I can get others, but these are mainly sports betting companies. I realised I know nothing about online gaming and I guess there are TONS of online casinos.

    Second problem: traffic will be (hopefully) mostly from USA. Of course, some UK, some FR, some JP, but USA will cover over 50% of the traffic. What can I sell to US traffic? Golden apples?

    I know some casinos market themselves as "accepting US customers" (Bovada, for example) but what's the legal status here?

    I just read a thread here where someone was asking the same thing, related to the legal aspects of promoting online casinos. Nothing conclusive.

    So, third problem is: should I need to be extra-careful? Is there a relationship between the brand you choose to promote and the level of trouble you can get into?

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    MichaelBluejay is offline Private Member
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    I have an article that addresses that very question: Is it legal to run a gambling website, or advertise for it?

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    iso2009 is offline Public Member
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    As a webmaster, I think the legal responsibility lies on the sponsor's side. If I do not advertise the casinos as "US friendly", while the casinos will accept (let's say not redirect) the traffic coming from the US, I should be fine, right?

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    deck media's casino
    brands are great for US

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