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Discussion in 'General Casino Affiliate Area' started by OCA, Dec 9, 2018.
Do you Need a License to target the USA as an Affiliate?
Im getting mixed opinions.
If you wish to promote offshore US friendly online casinos through affiliate programs such as Mainstreet Affiliates then you don't need a license. If you wish to promote land based casinos in the United States ie. New Jersey, then you need a license.
So for instance. I am based in the UK. If i built a website and targeted America with online bookies offer. i would not need a license?
No, you wouldn't.
I live in also no USA however my visitors come from USA which affiliate is best ?
The operators who do well for me are:
Casino Extreme and their sister Casino Brango (RTG's)
However, they are good for conversions, but not so good for earnings due to their instant cash-outs...
Deckmedia (11 different casinos across 4 softwares).
Legend Affiliates (3 RTG casinos)
Superior Group (2 Rival casinos)
Kudos Casino (RTG) - However they have NCO which can mean earning $0 for many months on end like me
Okay so I am not limited to any certain state when promoting offshore US friendly casinos? Does those offshore casinos operate legal or is it just unregulated?
It's strange, everytime I register to a US program, no one gets back to me and the account remains pending.
Yeah, it is not easy. many of them want to see some kind of track record. But how can you get a track record when nobody is allowing you the get started. lol
Your best options are
#1 ask somebody who already knows affiliate managers to make an introduction
#2 attend affiliate conferences and meet them in person
I've never had any problems like that.
Have you tried the ones I mentioned in my post above?
I'm sure they wouldn't ignore you.
If you want to promote Offshore Casinos you don`t need. If you want to promote legal NJ casinos (eg. Sugarhouse) you need ofc a license. There are different licenses, depends how do you want to get paid (CPA or Revshare).
Again, what we talking about? Offshore or legal NJ casinos?