Income Access inks DiceKings.com associate module deal

Online gaming and selling record services provider Income Access has announced a signing of a understanding that will see it yield a Curacao-licensed iGaming domain during DiceKings.com with a managed associate program.

Established in 2002, Income Access used an official press release to fact that a award-winning associate module record is to assent DiceKings.com to mainly conduct all of a artistic resources and furnish segmented selling campaigns utilizing minute actor analytics.

Montreal-headquartered Income Access settled that DiceKings.com will similarly now have entrance to a network of affiliates covering mixed jurisdictions, markets and verticals in sequence to grow a code and attract even some-more players. It announced that a understanding will also see a online casino’s affiliates accept dedicated support from a bespoke manager alongside ‘timely and combined monthly elect payments’.

Income Access admitted that DiceKings.com, that was determined in 2013, will hereafter run a prosaic 20% income share associate elect intrigue featuring a no disastrous monthly carryover sustenance nonetheless a site might be peaceful to negotiate other deals on a case-by-case basis.

The dignitary explained that DiceKings.com offers desktop and mobile players a vast portfolio of video slots and practical sports games as good as several versions of roulette, blackjack and poker. It admitted that a site’s integrated sportsbook additionally presents aficionados with a ability to place wagers on mixed markets covering sports such as basketball, football, handball, ice hockey and volleyball alongside a operation of eSports while a remuneration options ring a Neteller and Skrill digital wallets from a possess electronic remuneration solutions provider parent, Paysafe Group.


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