FWIW, I've also found conversions at playtech casinos lower than others (MG etc..).
Though the games themselves are very good, the ethics of Playtech themselves and most of their operators is appallingly bad.Hi Guys,
I have seen it many times that Playtech are not a system to bother promoting.
I am just wondering why so many of you feel this way?
There are some affiliate programs "tied" to Playtech that are less than honest, like AffUtd, but there are also good programs like Gala and Bet365. Also, I think Playtech has it's roots in Israel where there are many rouge programs and casinos. It seems programs with NetEnt are more reliable from my experience.
Teddy Sagi, the founder of Playtech, jailed for several years for fraud should tell you all you need to know about why you shouldn't trust these guys, or any of the Israeli programs http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...Britains-crack-cocaine-gambling-machines.html
i once shook hands with a Playtech rep from iffiliates (another dodgy Iraeli program) & my expensive Timex watch was gone forever
I gave playtech casinos every opportunity in the book to perform and quite frankly they just cant produce like a mg casino. My last effort at casino.com went like this:
1. 60 registrations and the click:registration was very good. But ZERO depositing players.
2. No response from affiliate manager regarding queries and when they did respond it was the typical "I am asking questions re this. I am unaware re this and am finding out"
3. They have a nice mobile casino but it takes way too long to load. Probably lose at least 50% of conversions due to this.
4. I had no choice but to leave.
But in summary, I think Playtech games are very good but the operators and their affiliate programs are terrible.
That's my philosophy too!Our angle is to be 100% honest and hope that translates into visitors. Ideally every visitor would lose 1000 per month at one casino but win 2000 at another, we could be minus a million at one affiliate but still be making some income... but unfortunately it doesn't really work like that does it!
This is a tough old world!!
Teddy Sagi (born 1971) is a London-based Israeli billionaire businessman and former convicted felon.
Sagi received an 18-month prison sentence in 1999 for "grave deceit, bribery and insider trading", after being found guilty of manipulating bond prices in Israel in 1994.