Campeon Gaming Partners Affiliate Program Review

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Earnings & Commisions

Revenue Share 25-40%
CPA YES
NCO NO

Brands

Campeon BetEvoBetSvenBet

Associated Programs

Complaint History

There are no complaints registered at this time.

Earning Information

Net Revenue Revenue Share %
€1-€1000 25%
€10001-€20000 30%
€20001-€30000 35%
€30001+ 40%

Revenue Calculation Formula

Casino
Net Revenue = the sum total of all Customers’ gross bets less payouts (as calculated by Our Website), less any credits, bonus or promotional amounts given to Customers, administration percentage fees, processing charges, chargebacks or any uncollectible revenue attributable to the Customers

Poker
Net Revenue = the sum total of all Customers’ contributions to “rakes” and tournament fees while playing at Our Website, less any credits, bonus or promotional amounts given to Customers, administration percentage fees, processing charges, chargebacks or any uncollectable revenue attributable to the Customers

Sportsbook
Net Revenue = the betting revenues generated by Customers actually received by us less the winnings, less any credits, bonus or promotional amounts given to Customers, administration percentage fees, processing charges, chargebacks or any uncollectible revenue attributable to the Customers

CPA – Not defined.

Negative Carry Over – Yes, see below:

“6.6 Negative Balances: If the Net Revenue in respect of any calendar month (or part thereof) shall be zero or a negative figure, such figure shall not be carried forward to any following calendar month (or part thereof) and for the avoidance of doubt shall not be offset against the Net Revenue for any following calendar month (or part thereof). Total Net Revenue will be calculated on a cumulative basis between all products resulting in the total Net Revenue derived from the sum of both positive and or negative Net Revenue from each product for any calendar month (or part thereof).”

Minimum Payment – €100 for Skrill, €500 for Bank Transfer.

Payment Date – Within 10 business days of submission of invoice.

Payment Methods – Bank Transfer, Skrill (only for low balances).

Sub Affiliate Commission – On request.

Terms and Conditions

Minimum Activity Quota – Yes, see below:

“3.2 You shall consistently provide us each month during the term of this Agreement with a number of Funded Sign-Up’s, to be determined by us, acting reasonably. These accounts will be owned by CW Marketing BV as soon as they sign up to our brands.”

High Roller Policy – None.

How long does player revenue last? – 24 months from date or registration.

Are earnings from different products bundled – Yes.

Are earnings from different brands bundled – No.

Tracking Cookies Duration – No information listed.

Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.

General Information

Verticals – Casino, Live Casino, Sportsbook

Contact Details

Email – info@campeongaming.com

Email – accounting@campeongaming.com

Skype – Campeon Gaming Partners

Country Restrictions for Players – Australia, Greece, 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 – English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Norwegian, Swedish and Russian

Regulators

Curacao

Software providers used – Genii, iSoftBet, Net Entertainment, Play N Go, Pragmatic Play

Program Reputation

Player Issues – Evobet has actively constructed their registration form to encourage sign-ups from jurisdictions that they prohibit within their terms and conditions. We consider this to be entrapment, with the operator allowing play from restricted jurisdictions, refusing to pay wins but retaining losses. Further more, in one complaint case we have seen it came to light that the terms and conditions were not available to mobile users, giving the complainant no possibility of knowing that they were prohibited from signing-up, and yet the operator still refused to pay wins.

For references see – http://thepogg.com/appendix-casino-reviews/#CW_Marketing.

Affiliate Issues – We are aware of no unresolved affiliate issues at any major affiliate portals.

Conclusion

Where an operator actively encourage sign-ups from jurisdictions they know they don’t accept and then refuse payment of wins, they are free rolling players from those countries. Accepting deposits and losses, but retaining wins. This is totally unacceptable.

This affiliate program is recommended

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