William Hill Bid For Online Gambling Giant MRG

pereblue

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KasinoKing

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I really hope this doesn't go through.
Mr. Green is a very nice casino and I can only see WH totally ruining it... :(
Very bad news for affiliates too, as WH have a very poor reputation in how they treat their marketing "partners".

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Biti

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This is bad news.

Mr. Green is a nice brand and an affiliate program that operated without any problems. WH is the worst. It's sad to have build a player base with years of hard work and seeing it ruïned by those jokers of WH.
 

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This has also got me worried. IF William Hill take over - say bye bye to your commissions and players. Might as well start removing Mr Green and Redbet Brands...

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This is bad news.

Mr. Green is a nice brand and an affiliate program that operated without any problems. WH is the worst. It's sad to have build a player base with years of hard work and seeing it ruïned by those jokers of WH.
The affiliate programme is a mess. I have a complaint in at the moment, they've failed to pay me for 3 months, citing issues with banking details (work for all other accounts) and then couldn't manage to make a Neteller payment despite there only being 3 details involved, name, e-mail and Neteller a/c ID.

It's November and I'm still waiting for July and onwards to be settled. Exchanged about 25 e-mails with their aff manager between Sept-Nov and still wasn't paid. Then the aff manager left so I'm in the dark again. Absolute effing joke from where I'm standing. :mad:
 

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I was very disappointed to hear that William Hill was planning to buy Mr Green. Since Mr. Green's executives (and major shareholders) agree, we can say that the transaction will be finalized without opposition.

This is not good for players or affiliates. But this reflects a fundamental trend of the market in the field of internet gambling.
 

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