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Network Media Affiliate Program

Published 05.05.2022  Author: Alison Davis  Category: Affiliate Programs

Network Media have updated their own affiliate program with their updated affiliate management software. Quite an interesting proposition for an affiliate management platform supplier to actually operate an affiliate program where affiliates can refer customers to buy the very same affiliate management platform software. However, you have to love the fact that they are that confident about their affiliate software that they use it themselves, unlike every single other affiliate software platform provider.

Network Media Network Media operates a unique Affiliate Program that enables you to refer customers to any of the Network Media affiliate platform software products or service solutions from which you will generate lifetime commissions for the customers that you refer. Network Media supply affiliate program management software to the gaming, financial, retail and multi level marketing industries.

Not only do we supply our affiliate program management software to clients around the world but of course, we use our own affiliate software to power our affiliate program. You get to use the same platform that our clients use.

EGASS Affiliate Program Management Software ETRASS Affiliate Program Management Software ERASS Affiliate Program Management Software Multi Level Marketing Management Software

Many of our referred customers have been with us for more than a decade, generating commissions for our affiliates every month. Our software products, solutions and customer service is second to none so our affiliates that refer quality customers benefit from long standing commission revenues.

From a user-friendly back office you can create unlimited tracked campaigns, report your ad displays, clicks, customers and commissions in real time and generate in-depth reports to help you maximize your earnings. We provide you with amazing advertising materials, banners, social media ads, text links and a whole host of incredible features from our platform to make your marketing convert and enable you to fine tune for the best possible efficiency.

Commissions are paid every month via bank transfer, paypal, bitcoin and more. Our experienced affiliate managers are on hand to assist you every step of the way and our affiliates benefit from using our very own award winning affiliate program software.

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Rock N Rolla Casino Joins Affiliate Network

Published 29.04.2022  Author: Mike Rathbone  Category: Affiliate Programs

Rock N Rolla Casino Joins The Affiliate Network! affiliates wake up today to enjoy another great brand joining the network with the addition of the Rock N Rolla Casino. Launched in 2019 with over 5000 games for PC, Tablet and Smartphone and fully licensed and authorized by the Government of Curacao, Rock N Rolla Casino is a fantastic destination for affiliates to send gaming traffic.

Top conversions and loyal players giving affiliates great commission opportunities Rock N Rolla Casino is a full Crypto Casino accepting all major crypto currencies. Rock N Rolla offer some amazing promotions with a 100% first deposit bonus match, 120% second reload bonus and an 80% third reload bonus all with some additional free spins.

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Full Cream Affiliates Rebrands as SuperFly Partners

Published 28.04.2022  Author: Mike Rathbone  Category: Affiliate Programs

Superfly Affiliates
Award winning online casino affiliate program Full Cream Affiliates has completed its rebranding to SuperFly Partners.

From a technical point of view nothing has changed for all current affiliates. All links and commission deals will keep on working as the incredible EGASS affiliate management platform caters for affiliate programs to rebrand, migrate from other systems and provides the very best performance marketing tools for affiliates and operators alike.

If you are not already a partner with us, why not? Be a part of something new and exciting by becoming a partner with Superfly today. Given the changes we have recently seen in team personnel and strategy, we thought it was time to move on from our dated and overly corporate name and image to something new, exciting, and fresh.

We believe that moving forward as Superfly Partners, puts us in the best position to unlock our full potential with our innovative brands and exciting market plans at the forefront. Furthermore, we truly believe Superfly Partners reflects our working style and approach to our affiliate partners.

We haven’t just rebranded, we have improved! Our partners can find more features on our new Superfly Partners site. Affiliates can now check out all news direct on our Superfly site, without waiting for our newsletters. Details about our brands, our affiliate program, trade shows, general industry news and much more will be found here.

Not sure how you should promote our brands with regards to compliance? Well, wonder no more. A full brief is available to view on site (linked in the footer), with our most up to date requirements for marketing our brands in each geo.

Visit Superfly Partners Launch Brand New Affiliate Platform

Published 26.04.2022  Author: Mike Rathbone  Category: Affiliate Programs have launched their brand new affiliate platform! The worlds leading luxury watch register that allows members to register and manage their watches in real time from a cutting edge registry solution have now upgraded their affiliate management platform. provides members with the ultimate platform in order to provide historical provenance and protect against any future loss or theft. Members register watches with the secure wallet platform, fully manage the status and details in real time, transfer watches when members sell or trade and receive email alert notifications if one of their registered watches is searched in the database.

The brand new affiliate platform is supplied by Network Media's ERASS product. Second to none in the market, ERASS comes with all the features and functionality for professional affiliate marketers to create unlimited named referral campaigns and use a plethora of marketing materials to refer and track all activity. Detailed reports enables affiliates to view detailed productivity and fine tune their marketing activity to maximize their return on investment. offer a lifetime revenue share commission model rewarding affiliates with generous monthly commissions based on the number of new accounts referred each month with guaranteed monthly commission payments.

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Ofcom’s New Regulations for Video Sharing Platforms

Published 08.10.2021  Author: Jake  Category: News

Ofcom, also known as The Office of Communications, is a government approved regulatory body which moderates broadcasting in the UK. They body has recently announced a series of upcoming regulation changes which will be implemented across a number of social media platforms, in an attempt to mitigate hateful content.

The regulator has listed a number of measures that video-sharing platforms such as TikTok, Twitch and YouTube must follow in order to protect their users. These online-based giants will be ordered to take “appropriate measures” to protect users on the platform from content that is related to child sexual abuse, terrorism and racism. The action of Ofcom came following results of research showing a third of users have seen hateful content on these sites.

The video sharing platforms will be required to both provide and enforce clear rules for the content that is uploaded to their site. In addition to this, the reporting process must be streamlined and be as easy as possible. The final demand is that adult content must be restricted with robust age verification.

A number of companies, including those mentioned will be watched carefully, with any offenders being fined. Ofcom have promised that next year they will release a report which will determine if and how these regulations have been implemented.

The affiliate marketing industry may benefit from these new regulations, as it will allow for a number of brands to feel confident having affiliates who primarily use video sharing platforms to promote products.

The MGA Amends Rules for Suspicious Betting Reporting

Published 08.10.2021  Author: Stephen  Category: News

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has changed its rules for the reporting of suspicious betting. Due to the changes, the regulator’s Sports Integrity Unit will require suppliers to report any suspicious betting activity through its Suspicious Betting Reporting Mechanism (SBRM), which originally became a requirement for operators at the beginning of the year.

Without revealing its source of information, the MGA’s Sports Integrity Unit will now inform licensees of any suspicious betting activity related to
any event or promotion they may be having.

The MGA stated the changes are intended to allow the betting sector to be more informed and to allow better monitoring and evaluation of sports betting risks.

The MGA said: "One of the Malta Gaming Authority’s commitments is to take a proactive approach in managing sports betting integrity with the aim of addressing the threats posed by match-fixing and malicious sports betting. In this regard, the Authority’s Sports Betting Integrity department continuously seeks ways of improving monitoring and reporting capabilities across the wider Maltese sports betting sector."

Kenya Considers Banning Daytime Gambling

Published 07.10.2021  Author: Jake  Category: News

The Nairobia Country Assembly in Kenya is currently making a decision on whether they should ban gambling during daytime hours. The bill that was proposed by Waithera Chege at a recent hearing, has plans to completely ban all forms of gambling between the hours of 6am and 8pm. In addition to this, the bill will look to further regulate mobile betting and introduce a strict ban on advertising gambling near betting venues.

A survey by Geopoll was carried out in 2017, which found that Kenya has the highest number of youths engaging in gambling in sub-Saharan Africa, with an estimated 76% of the population being involved.

The survey also revealed that Kenyan youths also placed more bets in comparison to other sub-Saharan countries, spending an average of
5,100 Kenyan shilling or $50. The majority of bets were placed on various football events.

In an interview, Waithera Chege said: “I have observed the operations of betting and gaming establishments in the county for a while now. I believe something must be done to curtail the hours spent in these establishments by our youth if we are to secure our future as a county.”

“I shall be proposing that the county and National Licensing Board limit the operating hours of these establishments so as to help protect productive hours among the citizenry and avoid wastage of time by some of our youth who are sadly now addicted to gambling and spend a lot of time at these establishments.”

Connecticut Delay Sports Betting Launch

Published 07.10.2021  Author: Stephen  Category: News

Today (Wednesday, October 7), sports betting was due to launch in Connecticut. However, the Department of Consumer Protection have confirmed that the launch of retail and online sports betting has been delayed. The delay is due to it taking longer than expected for the necessary publication of memorandums of understand on the federal register.

Although Connecticut’s two Native American tribes have already started offering in-person sports bets, all other sources, including online, Lottery, and
off-track-betting sites will have to wait before offering bets.

Kaitlyn Krasselt, a spokesperson for the Department of Consumer Protection, said: "We are still working to finalize the details of the state-wide online and retail launch of sports betting, and we are working with the licensees to ensure their platforms are certified and in compliance with the regulations prior to launch. As such, no date has been set but we do not anticipate it to be a lengthy delay."

Louisiana Sports Betting has Launched

Published 06.10.2021  Author: Jake  Category: News

The act of sports betting has finally been legally launched in Louisiana, however many gamblers were frustrated that they missed the start of the new NFL season. Paragon Casino in Marksville will begin accepting wagers later today, Wednesday October 6th. The original plan was for the market to go live prior to the new season, however a handful of issues caused delays including some last minute changes to the Louisiana Gaming Control Board as well as hurricane Ida.

In addition to in-person sports betting going live, the Louisiana Lottery is expect ed to launch both online and mobile sports wagering, however this
will only be available in the 55 parishes that voted in favour of this.

The chairman of the Tunica-Biloxi tribe, Marshall Pierite said: “As a native Louisianan and Chairman of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana, I am thrilled to help usher in sports betting to our state.”

A number of sports events will be eligible for betting, including sports on the professional, Olympic and collegiate levels. However, the bill made it clear that high school sports and competitive video game matches are completely off-limits. Although the high school matches being off limits, it is surprising that the state are against eSports considering the nature of this growing market.

GamCare Calls for More Gambling Support for University Students

Published 06.10.2021  Author: Stephen  Category: News

British gambling harm awareness charity, GamCare have issued a call for more support to be provided to university students in an attempt to help educate them about the risks associated with gambling.

GamCare referred to a study from the British Gambling Commission which found that young people are most vulnerable when it comes to experiencing gambling harm "after achieving independence from parents". Almost one quarter of student gamblers are at some degree of risk from gambling.

GamCare make many efforts in an attempt to raise awareness of gambling harm involving students, including their
website, BigDeal, that offers support and information about gambling for young people.

Alexa Roseblade, GamCare senior programme manager said: "During this time of transition many young people are entering environments where gambling can be the norm – but there’s a lack of knowledge on how to recognise gambling harm or know where to turn to for support."

"There are many key drivers that contribute to this issue amongst students – having more time, personal independence and financial freedom with easy access to overdrafts and loans can encourage increased gambling behaviours."

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