Lucky Star Affiliate Program Review

Lucky Star Affiliates Lucky Star Affiliate program represent three casinos running on the Mirage Corporation NV platform. Submit a complaint monitoring-not-set Join Program

Earnings & Commisions

Revenue Share 20-45%


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Associated Programs

Complaint History

There are no complaints registered at this time.

Earning Information

20% of Gross earnings.

Affiliates should be aware that this is contradicted by their terms and conditions that provide the following revenue ladder:

Net Reveneu Revenue Share %
0-10000 35% (15% Gross)
10001-25000 40% (17.5% Gross)
25001+ 45% (20% Gross)

Revenue Calculation Formula

Net Revenue = Gross Revenue (Bets – Winnings) LESS Bonus Costs LESS Administration fees LESS Charge-backs and Fraud Costs

CPA – Yes, but not defined.

Negative Carry Over – No, see below:

“7.4 When Gross/Net Revenue for any particular month is negative, thus resulting in a negative commission amount due to the Affiliate, no commission shall be payable to the Affiliate in respect of that month and NO negative balance shall be carried forward to the following month.”

Minimum Payment – €100.

Payment Date – Within the first 15 days of the month.

Payment Methods – Neteller, PayPal, Skrill.

Sub Affiliate Commission – No.

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 – No information listed.

Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.

General Information

Verticals – Casino, Live Casino, Sportsbook

Contact Details

Country Restrictions for Players – Australia, South Africa, U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, United Kingdom, United States

Country Restrictions for Affiliates – None

Languages Available for players – French, English, Norwegian, Swedish, Swiss, Turkish



Software providers used – Betsoft, Microgaming, Net Entertainment, QuickSpin

Program Reputation

Player Issues – The Mirage Corporation NV group of operators have been non-responsive to player complaints posted with and as such hold Not Recommended status.

For references see –

Affiliate Issues – Lucky Star Affiliates make repeated reference in their terms and conditions to GalaxyPig Casino. GalaxyPig Casino have been Blacklisted at AskGamblers for what appears to be non-payment of affiliate fees.

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“8.2 The Contracting Parties hereby agree that on termination of this Agreement

a. The Affiliate must remove all references to Our Brand from the Affiliate’s websites and/or other marketing channel and communications, irrespective of whether the communications are commercial or otherwise.”

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.


The Lucky Star Affiliate operators are part of a group who don’t respond to complaints and hold a license with a regulator that in our opinion are unworthy of the name. This leaves players absolutely stranded when they get into trouble.

From an affiliate perspective there’s contradictions in their terms and conditions regarding the revenue ladder on offer, they appear to have already engaged in non-payment of one of the biggest sites in the industry and they carry a gagging clause. There’s no good reason to carry this type of term. 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 remove 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.

Not Recommended!

This affiliate program is recommended

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