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Casino Affiliate Programs that pay CPC or CPA?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by amelen, Sep 29, 2010.

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    Are there any casino/gambling affiliate programs that pay CPC or CPA? I tried betportugal, but had major issues with them (including non-payment issues). Are there any other such programs I can look into?
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    amelen, Sep 29, 2010 IP
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    Who else have you had trouble with regarding non-payment?
     
    Cush, Sep 30, 2010 IP
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    Betportugal is the only one I've used so far. We don't run anything casino related, so I don't have too much experience with all of this. I'm still hoping that David from Betportugal comes back from where ever he left to and helps resolve the issues I've had with them.
     
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    Almost all gambling affiliate programs don't have CPC, rather they work on revenue share and CPA. They would most likely avoid CPC due to click fraud and if they offered the true value of each click it would be worth possibly $1 per click if not more. If you took any rate less than that you would certainly be losing money instead of taking a revenue share deal. Gambling players are typically worth $1000 each when they deposit.
     
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    Been getting asked this question a lot lately and noticed there weren't much answers to this question.

    Maybe 50% or more of casino affiliate programs will offer CPA. You have some that advertise on their site they have CPA with performance tiers and others that mention they have it but imply that you have to request it. Talking to many affiliate managers, they don't offer this automatically and want to know your traffic is legitimate.

    Found a good list of affiliate programs that offer CPA.
    https://www.casinobonusesnow.com/news/8-best-casino-affiliate-programs-cpa/

    For the most part, CPA is gaining in popularity due to the lack of trust affiliates have in operators. It's just that numerous programs either go out of business, get acquired by a larger company who then changes their t&cs or a company simply goes rogue and decides they don't want to pay their fair revenue share anymore. Any program you can't trust should be on CPA.
     
    gamingaffiliatesguide, Jul 26, 2017 IP
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    Hey! YTZ is not a casino specific affiliate network, but we do have some hot new casino offers that are CPL, such as the Gratorama - Get 70 Free Spins! We even have the Casino Smart Link that's available and great for your remnant traffic!
     
    YTZ International, Jul 27, 2017 IP