Big Affiliate Program Review
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Earnings & Commisions
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Revenue Ladder = Not defined.
Revenue Calculation Formula
Net Revenue = Gross Gaming Revenue minus any and all: (a) operating costs (including costs relating to third party platform operators, game operators and any other third party service providers) of the Merchant Website; (b) payment and card processing fees; (c) funds added to Players’ accounts, excluding winnings, to incentivise Players to increase their deposits and/or turnover (including bonus money and loyalty schemes); (d) invalid, fraudulent or disputed card or debit payments, including where a card company or the payment bank has claimed payment back from the Merchant; (e) applicable taxes; and (f) all payments made by and revenues associated with any Player that at any time makes an invalid, fraudulent or disputed payment.
CPA – No.
Negative Carry Over – No.
Minimum Payment – £250.
Payment Date – Before the end of the following calendar month.
Payment Methods – Bank Transfer, PayPal, Skrill.
Sub Affiliate Commission – None.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Activity Quota – Yes, see below:
“6.8. The Merchant reserves the right to suspend the Affiliate’s activity and any entitlement to Commission in the event that the Affiliate fails to refer any new Players in any three (3) month period. Reinstatement will be at the Merchant’s sole discretion.”
High Roller Policy – None.
How long does player revenue last? – 9 months from registration. See below:
““Commission Term” means the period of nine months from and including the registration date of the Player.
“Gross Gaming Revenue” means total Player wagering minus Player winnings (including accrued progressive jackpots) relating to the Merchant Websites within the Commission Term for which the Affiliate has elected to provide the Services.”
Are earnings from different products bundled – Not Applicable.
Are earnings from different brands bundled – Not Applicable.
Tracking Cookies Duration – No information listed.
Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.
Verticals – Casino
Email : email@example.com
Country Restrictions for Players – Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, China, Colombia, Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cyprus, Cuba, Denmark, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, France, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Israel, Italy, Islamic Republic of Iran, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Liberia, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Lithuania, Malawi, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Swaziland, Syrian Arab Republic, Taiwan, Province Of China, Tajikistan, Thailand, Tokelau, Trinidad And Tobago, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, United States, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, Yemen, Zambia.
Country Restrictions for Affiliates – None
Languages Available for players – English
Software providers used – Elk Studios, iSoftBet, Microgaming, Net Entertainment, NYX Gaming, PariPlay
Player Issues – There are several problems with the Jumpman Gaming properties. This include a problematic dormancy term that allows the operator to seize the entire balance, rather than a reasonable fee for account administration, once an account has been deemed inactive and a maximum withdrawal term that fails to exclude progressive jackpot wins.
Affiliate Issues – We are not aware of any affiliate issues with Big Affiliates.
Affiliates should be aware of the following term:
“14.2. The Affiliate shall, on notice from the Operator, share its database of Affiliate Customers with the Operator (via a secure method as notified by the Operator to the Affiliate from time-to-time) prior to sending any direct marketing (the “Excluded Customers API”). The Excluded Customers API will permit the Operator to identify any Excluded Customers who should not receive Promotional Messaging– whether because of objections or whether required in accordance with legal or regulatory obligations. The Operator will remove the Excluded Customers from the Affiliate Customers and return to the Affiliate the Affiliate Marketing Customers (which for the avoidance of doubt shall be the Affiliate Customers less the Excluded Customers). The Operator shall only use data provided to it in respect of the Excluded Customers API for the removal of Excluded Customers from the Affiliate Customers and for no other purpose. The removal of the Excluded Customers following the Excluded Customers API shall not relieve the Affiliate of any of its obligations under this Clause 14.”
This term requires the affiliate to provide the operator with their full email marketing list before sending promotional emails.
The player issues with the Big Affiliate properties are significant enough that we won’t send traffic to them but not so significant that we’d frown on other affiliates that chose to work with them.
Putting that aside and looking only at the affiliate terms and conditions offered by Big Affiliates unfortunately these terms provide other reasons that affiliates should think twice. A short summary follows below:
• Minimum Activity Quota – Big Affiliates retain the right to close your account and seize any future earnings if you do not continue to promote their brand, effectively handcuffing the affiliate to the operator is they want to receive the full value of their referrals.
• Lack of revenue ladder – Big Affiliates lay out all their rights and requirements at length but do not set out how they intend to recompense affiliates for their efforts.
• Email list – Big Affiliates retain the right to review the affiliate’s email list in full. Setting aside data protection concerns in this practice (the affiliate would need to ensure that their terms and conditions accounted for sharing personal data in this manner), is an industry where email lists have been sold and mis-used so widely, it would seem very unwise for any affiliate to provide this type of information to another company that could stand to make a significant commercial gain from this type of information.
Even if we forget all about the player issues and look only at the affiliate terms, Big Affiliates aren’t attractive. This isn’t a group we’d recommend affiliates work with.
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