Last week, one of our guest contributors, Jon Friedberg from Pokertrip Enterprises, Inc. gave us some insights on the online gambling affiliate regulation in Nevada. We asked our readers if it will be worth the effort to become a Nevada Gambling Affiliate.
54% answered Yes. Once an entity becomes a Nevada Gambling Affiliate, they have the power to control the legitimacy of the industry in the eyes of the player together with flashier banners and more aggressive campaigns.
46% answered No. Being a Nevada Gambling Affiliate isn’t easy and there are a lot of rules to adhere to. They don’t handle player deposits, wagers or process payments. All they do is basically, market the casino.
Being a Nevada Gambling Affiliate is no easy task and there’s still the question of, what about affiliates with a history of sending US players to illegal operators? Though the risk, financially, of an underperforming affiliate is high, the rewards are higher when higher volume of players are referred.
This week, we want to know your opinion on Ladbrokes’ Australian addition. Will it turn the tides? Is it a little too late? Or is it just a matter of keeping up. Check back next week to see what our readers think.