LeoVegas Affiliates Program Review
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Earnings & Commisions
|There are no complaints registered at this time.|
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Revenue Calculation Formula
Net Revenue = Gross Win minus bonuses, fraud costs, progressive contributions and any other network fees
CPA – Not Available.
Negative Carry Over – No. Fraud and charge back expenses will be carried forward and offset against future revenue.
Minimum Payment – €50.
Payment Date – Within the first 15 days of the month.
Payment Methods – Bank Transfer, Neteller or Skrill
Sub Affiliate Commission – 5%.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Activity Quota – No.
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 – Not Applicable.
Tracking Cookies Duration – 45 days.
Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.
Verticals – Casino, Live Casino
Email – email@example.com
Address – LeoVegas Gaming Ltd Level 7,
The Plaza Centre, Bisazza Street,
Sliema SLM 1640,
Country Restrictions for Players – France, Denmark, Spain, Italy and Belgium, Afghanistan, Curaçao, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Somalia, Syria, U.S.A or Yemen
Country Restrictions for Affiliates – None
Languages Available for players – English
Software providers used – Betsoft, IGT, iSoftBet, Microgaming, Net Entertainment
Player Issues – LeoVegas was involved in a fund confiscation that we view as unacceptable. They allowed a player to break a maximum bet term during bonus play repeatedly for months on end over hundreds of deposits. This was fine while the player was losing or only winning small amounts. When the player hit a big win the casino enforced the maximum bet term. When pointed out to the casino that this was unfair practice and that the term needs to be consistently applied they declined to do so.
For references see – http://thepogg.com/appendix-casino-reviews/#Leo_Vegas.
Affiliate Issues – We are aware of no unresolved affiliate issues at any major affiliate portals.
Affiliates should be aware of the following term related to plagiarism:
“4.8. Copying of Sites or Theft of Site Content
Due to an increase in complaints regarding the above, if it can be proven that affiliate earnings have been lost due to an incident of copying theft, revenue generated by the offending affiliate may be paid to the aggrieved party. Complaints should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for investigation.”
Affiliates should be aware of the following term:
4.0 Your Obligations
You shall permit LeoVegas (or a person on LeoVegas’ behalf) to audit Your books, records, systems, data, marketing communication consents and other materials to ensure compliance with this Agreement
You shall take reasonable steps to ensure the reliability and proper training of Your employees and that such employees understand the data protection and marketing requirements applicable to both the Affiliate and to LeoVegas.
This term demands an unprecedented level of access to privileged information that has little or no bearing on Data Protection laws. No part of the GDPR required LeoVegas Affiliates to act as an auditor of the affiliate’s books.
While we will not recommend that players engage with any group that inconsistently enforces terms and conditions in the manner that LeoVegas have done, given the low level of unresolved player complaints generated by this group we could understand other affiliates choosing to overlook this issue.
Looking at the LeoVegas Affiliates terms and conditions, there insistance on their right to review your company’s private information should be a stone wall to any relationship between affiliates and this company. No affiliate with any business acumen would agree to this term. We won’t and we won’t encourage other affiliates to either.
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