EMGroup Partners Affiliate Program Review
|EMGroup Partners are the affiliate program that represent two casino operators running on the Aspire Global platform.||Submit a complaint Join Program|
Earnings & Commisions
|There are no complaints registered at this time.|
Revenue Ladder = Not defined.
Revenue Calculation Formula
Net Revenue = all money wagered by a customer minus a) winnings, b) any bonuses, c) payment processing and chargebacks, d) licensing fees for third parties content/games, e) contributions to jackpots, f) all taxes and duties, g) all other costs falling to the Company and Operator caused by fraud or abuse by the customer and h) administration fees for the casino.
CPA – Not Available.
Negative Carry Over – No, see below:
“8.3 If the Revenue is negative when the Commission is assessed (due to deductions made in respect of Customer winnings, administration fees, cash items and/or progressive contributions) the Affiliate’s balance will be assessed as zero. However, if fraud has been committed, particularly if the fraud has involved intellectual property theft (Clause 6.4, above) or financial sanctions (Clause 6.5, above), the negative balance will be carried over.”
Minimum Payment – Not defined.
Payment Date – Within the first 30 days of the subsequent month.
Payment Methods – Bank Transfer.
Sub Affiliate Commission – Yes, but not defined.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Activity Quota – Yes, see below:
“8.12 The Company retains the right to insist on minimum levels of activity from the Affiliate’s account(s). These levels will be subject to continuous review, and the Company has the right to terminate the Agreement of any Affiliate who does not achieve the minimum required. Said limits will not be set at an unreasonable level; they are intended to prevent the Company making a loss through accounts wherein the cost to the Company of supporting the account and pay-outs is greater than the revenue accrued.”
We view the above term as reasonable as long as not implemented in a fashion that is not simply covering the costs of maintaining the account.
High Roller Policy – None.
How long does player revenue last? – Revenue for referred players is paid for the lifetime of the player’s activity.
Are earnings from different products bundled – Yes.
Are earnings from different brands bundled – Yes.
Tracking Cookies Duration – No information listed.
Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.
Verticals – Casino, Live Casino
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Address – EM Online ApS
Country Restrictions for Players – American Samoa, Australia, Guam, South Africa, U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, United States
Country Restrictions for Affiliates – None
Languages Available for players – English, Finnish, French, German, Swedish
Software providers used – Cryptologic, Microgaming, Net Entertainment, NextGen Gaming
Player Issues – We are not aware of any unresolved player issues with the EMGroup Parnters properties.
Affiliate Issues – We are not aware of any unresolved affiliate issues with the EMGroup Partners properties.
“9.5 Both Parties agree that if the Agreement is terminated:
A) any and all references to www.Lanadas.com, www.Lanadas.dk & www.Dealerscasino.com websites must be removed from the Affiliate Website(s) and any of the Affiliate’s communications, notwithstanding the nature of said communications;”
This term effectively grants the affiliate program the right to censor anything you may publish on your site, whether factually accurate or not if they decide to terminate the affiliate agreement. This is extremely detrimental to any affiliate who engages in reviewing activity.
Where players are concerned, the EMGroup Partners properties run on a reputable platform that is consistently open and cooperative when complaints do come up. We have absolutely no concerns there.
For affiliates though, the gagging clause that this program has chose to include is significantly problematic. Of course commercial content has to be removed when the relationship is terminated. But factually inaccurate non-commercial content is already covered by libel laws. There’s no need to include a term like this for inaccurate material. As such the only reason to include this term is to force the removal of factually accurate content that the operator simply does not want you to share. For any affiliate that has any stake in ensuring player trust this term is extremely problematic.
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