Casino Head Affiliate Program Review

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Earnings & Commisions

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Casino Head

Associated Programs

Complaint History

There are no complaints registered at this time.

Earning Information

Revenue Ladder not defined.

Revenue Calculation Formula

Net Revenue = Not defined.

CPA – No.

Negative Carry Over – Not defined.

Minimum Payment – Not defined.

Payment Date – Not defined.

Payment Methods – Not defined.

Sub Affiliate Commission – None.

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 – Not Applicable.

Are earnings from different brands bundled – Not Applicable.

Tracking Cookies Duration – No information listed.

Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.

General Information

Verticals – Bingo

Contact Details

Country Restrictions for Players – American Samoa, Antigua and Barbuda, Belgium, Denmark, France, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Gibraltar, Guam, Israel, Italy, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, 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


Gibraltar Gambling Commission

United Kingdom Gambling Commission

Software providers used – Dragonfish, IGT, Net Entertainment, PariPlay, WMS Gaming

Program Reputation

Player Issues – The Casino Heads Affiliate properties are part of the group. This group have an extensive list of player issues:

• Multiple failures to engage with 3rd party dispute mediation.
• Confiscation of winnings based on vague terms and conditions.
• Confiscation of winnings due to playing at multiple properties within the extended 888 white label network, without giving the player clear guidance regarding which properties they operate. This extends to both bonus play and self-exclusions.

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Affiliate Issues – The 888 group has been documented enforcing the general account closure term seemingly because an affiliate was earning significant revenue but was not generating enough new leads. It should be noted that it’s likely the affiliate was generating enough leads that the operator could not enforce the more specific Minimum Activity Quota detailed below otherwise that term would appear to be more relevant.

In late 2014 an affiliate was found to be engaged in large scale hacking of WordPress sites. They were using security loopholes to access the sites then uploading a page of casino reviews. All affiliate programs have clear terms and conditions prohibiting this type of marketing. While some affiliate programs managed to shut this affiliate down quickly and stopped appearing on the hacked sites quickly, other programs either failed to stop the affiliate from opening new accounts or simply didn’t shut down the original accounts.

The 888 group of casinos turned up regularly on these sites long after other operators had managed to stop appearing.

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The player issue with 888 and their white label partners make us very uncomfortable.

Putting that aside and looking only at the affiliate terms and conditions the Casino Heads Affiliate program is not good. The complete lack of any affiliate terms and conditions leave any affiliate agreeing blindly to an unknown deal.

This affiliate program is recommended

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