Casino Affiliate News
Gamblers rely on casino affiliates and for good reason, they are the epicenter of the online gaming industry. We will share acquisitions and partnerships taking place across the globe in our up-to-the-minute news flashes.
Also covered are casino groups with important announcements, changes and new beginnings. From owners, operators, management, reps and more we have the info you are looking for!
20 September 2017LCB Network Announces Acquisition of Affiliate Guard Dog
The LCB Network (Latest Casino Bonuses, LCB), the parent company of GamesandCasino, has announced the acquisition of longstanding industry fairness advocate, Affiliate Guard Dog (AGD). The team at LCB hopes to use their many years of experience in protecting players to now also protect fellow affiliates in the online casino industry.Read full article
05 April 2016Catena Media Purchases AskGamblers.com Web Portal
There are certain online casino portals that have gained a tremendous amount of popularity, this being one of them, and sometimes there are big business deals involving these portals that are important to the industry as a whole. AskGamblers.com, one of the most popular websites centered around the online casino industry, has been recently purchased by the company Catena Media for a total of €15 million in a move that's making waves in the online casino world. Details on the DealRead full article
29 November 2015Betsson Affiliate Manager Hit With Money Laundering Charges
The affiliate portion of the online gambling industry is important to understand as a player because it's supposed to be a mutually-beneficial relationship. The affiliate offers up a lot of helpful information that you can use to find a trustworthy place to play and maximize your chances of winning, and the gambling sites you are referred to give that affiliate a small piece of their profits in exchange for bringing players to their sites.Read full article
08 October 2015Casino Rewards Wins Advertising Standards Case
One of the problems with Internet gambling is that it opens up the door for underage gambling on certain levels if things aren't policed properly. While it's not necessarily easy for a 14-year-old boy to sign up and play for real money online, it's a lot easier than walking into a land-based casino and passing yourself off as being of legal age.Read full article