Network Media Services have announced a major release of their market leading affiliate management systems for the iGaming and Forex Trading industries. The new updated version introduces some impressive features and improvements to automatically manage affiliates, handle new marketing regulations and to easily integrate with advertising networks.
The system is a complete turnkey affiliate management solution, catered to the specific industry, with feature modules for calculating commissions, tracking clicks and conversions, automatic financial policy management, organising creative content and managing payment services.
Alex Winslow, Head of Client Services at Network Media Services, said "This is one of our biggest releases to date, it has been created in response to feedback from our long-term partners, as well as recent trends within the industries we serve and the latest trends within affiliate marketing."
Network Media Services have introduced the following new features in the latest version of their affiliate management software...Read More
Operators will soon be able to focus on building and launching casino apps targeting South Koreans, after Apple announced they will soon be allowing for such apps to be available in the country.
Apple sent an email out to a number of application developers, stating that they have been working alongside the local government to make casino applications downloadable in South Korea. The apps will be required to meet certain criteria and will only be available to users over the age of 18.
The email explained that – “In an effort to open up additional opportunities for developers, we’ve worked with the government of the Republic of Korea on making more apps available on the App Store in the Republic of Korea. If your app meets at least one of the criteria below, you’ll be able to offer it on the App Store in the Republic of Korea to users 19 years of age or older.”
Additionally, Apple have rolled out some changes across the globe, forcing apps featuring “frequent/intense simulated gambling” to be rated 17+ on the app store...Read More
As of October 21st, the online gamblers of Germany will have to find a new way to deposit their funds, after it was announced that PayPal will no longer be an available option.
In June of this year, the local government announced that they had issued a warning to an “unidentified international payment processor”, telling them to suspend their relationship with German targeting online casinos. They were found to be allowing German players to deposit funds into casinos that were not locally regulated.
This week, PayPal released a new version of their German market Terms of Service. They had included a new prohibited activity, stating that “offers that are not legal in your respective whereabouts, including some online gambling offers.” Due to this development, it’s suspected that...Read More
Football Index, a company who allow for their players to buy and sell stocks in Football stars - have been receiving some unwanted attention after their new Facebook advert. The Advertising Standard Agency (ASA) has ruled the advertisement as inappropriate, due to them featuring football players under the age of 25.
The advert that was originally shown in May had a number of footballers that are under the age of 25 featuring, such as Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford. It’s stated in the ASA’s code, that any celebrity or actor shown in gambling adverts must be over the age of 25. The advert also featured text that read “Jadon Sancho is now the football stockmarket’s third most valuable player, with many traders seeing handsome profits” and “Sancho the Big Mover.” This further drew attention to these young players.
Football Index responded to the complaints and stated that no players under the age of 25 will be used in any of the future advertising campaigns. However they added that they...Read More
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