casino affiliate programs - refer and earn money

Many of the top casino affiliate websites get bought up by online media companies for tens of millions of dollars, when they are bringing in lots of customers
A casino affiliate program is scheme which enables companies and individuals to refer customers to online casinos in order to get rewarded financially.

An affiliate program has terms and conditions – which are a legal contract between a person or business entity and an online casino – explaining the obligations for both parties, and detailing how commissions will be calculated and paid.

How does a casino affiliate program work?

  1. You join the affiliate program – agreeing to the terms and conditions.
  2. You create a tracker link which will identify your referred customers to the casino when they join.
  3. You promote the casino (using your tracker link)
  4. When players register via your tracker link, deposit and generate revenue for the casino (by losing at casino games and sports-betting, or via poker tournament entry fees or cash-game rake) you will be paid

How do i get paid?

The revenue model at each online casino varies, but generally two options are always available:

Either a one off payment known as a CPA (Cost Per Action)
or
Revenue Share – a flat percentage of the net losses of the customer you referred (after a number of deductions) each month .

How much can I make an online casino affiliate?

The sky is really the limit, although it may sound cliché.

  • Casino CPA’s range in the $250-$650 range – meaning that if you refer 10 depositing players in a given month, you could get paid up to $6500 in commission.
  • With a revenue share deal, you might earn 10%-30% of the losses of all your referred players combined, in a given month – which can sometimes add up to tens of thousands of dollars / euro.

With consistency, determination and smart marketing tactics and strategy, it’s possible to quickly become a gambling super-affiliate – banking $50,000 – $100,000 per month.

Many of the top gambling and casino affiliate websites get bought up by online media companies for tens of millions of dollars, when they are bringing in lots of customers.