BetUK, Pink Casino, Slot Boss - working with affiliates?

conker

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These UK facing casinos seem to appear a lot in paid advertising on Google.co.uk, but I can't find anything to suggest they accept affiliates:

BetUK
Pink Casino
Slot Boss

This old
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suggests there was an Income Access-powered affiliate program at some point, but this seems to be closed now.

XXXhttp://www.affiliates.betuk.com/login.asp (link not working for me)

Anyone know anything about them, whether they work with affiliates?

I am aware they are not accredited, just curious about their sites.
 

ThePOGG

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I'm not aware of any affiliate programs for these properties, but I would highlight that they restrict withdrawals on progressive jackpots. Up till recently they carried one of the more interesting term restrictions I've seen:

IPS said:
If you win MegaJackpots® the prize money shall be paid to you in 20 equal annual instalments. For the avoidance of doubt, no interest will accrue in your favour on any unpaid balance. In lieu of the annual payments, a MegaJackpots® winner will be offered the option of selecting a reduced lump sum amount based on the present value of the future payments.

This seems to have been changed recently to be more vague and apply to more circumstances:

IPS said:
6.10 We also reserve the right to pay individual withdrawal requests over £10,000 in monthly installments of £10,000, e.g.: should you make a withdrawal request of £20,000, we reserve the right to fulfil that request/s in monthly instalments of £10,000.

TP
 

Nicola

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I did speak to them earlier in the year and they said no plans to offer a partner or affiliate program.

Similar to the EveryMatrix platform, if you self-exclude at one you won't get paid at another if you register / win etc.
 

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I'm not aware of any affiliate programs for these properties, but I would highlight that they restrict withdrawals on progressive jackpots. Up till recently they carried one of the more interesting term restrictions I've seen:



This seems to have been changed recently to be more vague and apply to more circumstances:



TP

They would do - Megajackpots are IGT and unlike MG/Netent IGT don't pay out in one lump sum anyway, but annual instalments or lesser payment in lieu. This isn't down to the casino IIRC.
 

ThePOGG

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They would do - Megajackpots are IGT and unlike MG/Netent IGT don't pay out in one lump sum anyway, but annual instalments or lesser payment in lieu. This isn't down to the casino IIRC.

I wasn't aware of that - that's a highly questionable practice. IGT have significantly dropped in my estimations in the last few years.
 

conker

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I wasn't aware of that - that's a highly questionable practice. IGT have significantly dropped in my estimations in the last few years.

Yes, quite unbelievable if you ask me. Greed can be the only reason they should want to pay it out in installments, as it has already been collected up from the players prior to any payout.

By doing this IGT set a terrible example to other developers - well if IGT pay out in installments why shouldn't we...

Pay the god damn winners, its only fair!
 
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