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NYX launches social app; Income Access signs up 10Bet and PMU; Mansion unveils iAffiliates

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SNYX Income Access Mansionoftware provider NYX Gaming Group has launched its first social gaming app in association with SlotPoint. The new app will launch via Facebook and features some of NextGen Gaming’s portfolio of games. This includes Dr Love, Medusa, and Mad Mad Monkey with players progressing up by accruing leaderboard points allowing access to further NextGen games.

Sportsbook firm 10Bet has become the latest firm to sign up for an affiliate program with Income Access. Launching officially at this year’s London Affiliate Conference (LAC) the programme offers a 60% revenue share for anyone that signs up over the entirety of the conference.

French-facing former monopoly Pari-Mutuel Urbain (PMU) has also signed an affiliate deal with Income Access. Its poker affiliate program will launch in early 2012 and is being done to move towards having all online gaming operations under one roof. Acquisitions director at PMU, Kuider Akani, explained: “It was a natural decision for PMU to bring its affiliate programme in-house. We were aware that Income Access’ outstanding white label solution is known as one of the best in the industry to manage affiliates and track daily activities. This new partnership will not only benefit PMU, but it will also provide greater profitability to affiliates who choose to become our partners.”

Worldwide gaming firm The Mansion Group has rebranded its affiliate programme just in time for LAC. iAffiliates encompasses all of Mansion’s brands including Casino.com, Mansion Casino and LesAcasino and has some attractive offers up for grabs at LAC. New affiliates get a three-month Revenue Share Start Off package that begins with a 70% in the first month. This diminishes to 60% followed by 50% for the next two months before a custom plan is tailored to each company from then onwards.

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