GWages also known as Gambling Wages, was launched in 2004. It’s a casino affiliate program which represents a number of US-facing iGaming sites but also accepts players from other parts of the world. The gaming sites represented here include Prism Casino, Ruby Slots, Slots of Vegas, Wild Vegas Casino, Club Player, Palace of Chance, Cool Cat Casino and
Cirrus Casino. All the casino brands represented in this program are powered by RTG [Real Time Gaming] software. The main casino gaming titles provided by these casino properties are offered to online players via no download instant play on the web.
Some of these casino brands have had hitches with slow payments to online players in the past, but payments made to member affiliates are considerably more prompt. This program prides itself for providing affiliates with cutting-edge marketing technology which is coupled with an array of exceptional tools that are designed to maximize returns for its affiliate members. The Gambling Wages group operates under a license issued in the jurisdiction of Costa Rica.
The Gambling Wages affiliate program offers members two commission models; the revenue share model and the CPA [CostPer Acquisition] model. Affiliates who register with the revenue share model are paid a percentage of the net revenue generated by the referred players that they bring to the table each month. This percentage which increases according to the volume of revenue raked each month follows a two-tiered structure that pays out 30% for revenues of up to $15,000. The second tier in turn pays out 40% for revenues that are above $15,000. These commissions are structured such that they cover charge backs, net wins and bonuses.
Affiliates can also opt for the CPA model where they are paid a one-time fee per every new qualifying player. In order for affiliates to qualify for commissions, their referred players must deposit and place bets based on a standard CPA value. Set in three tiers, the CPA model pays between $60 and $125 for player volumes of a low of 1 to a high of above 51 players.
Moreover, the more experienced affiliates who manage to host high web traffic are eligible for even more payment models. These include their percentage commission payouts being based on the deposits of new player, and commission payouts that are based on the total number of deposits. However, registering with either of these payment models is at the sole discretion of the program’s affiliate managers. The program does not have a negative rollover policy, but commission earnings will be bundled across the casino brands every month.
Members of the Gambling Wages affiliate program are also offered a sub-affiliation plan to boost their revenues even more. Interested affiliates simply have to add trackers onto their web portals so they can recruit sub-affiliates and receive the additional commissions. These sub-affiliate revenues are based on the performance of those affiliates who will have registered via the provided links, and they are calculated as a flat value of 5%.
The Gambling Wages affiliate program pays members within the first 15 days of every calendar month. For affiliates to qualify for commission payments, they must reach the minimum threshold which is set at $100. Commissions are paid via a variety of payment methods that include Western Union, MoneyGram, Neteller, Bank Wire transfer and Check. There are no administrative costs to process the commission payments. However, affiliates must keep in mind that the default payout currency here is the US Dollar only.
Gambling Wages affiliates employs a proprietary software platform to run this program to track members and provide them with a host of marketing tools and services. These tools include a wide array of concise reports in addition to such tools like embedded creatives, which help members to boost their revenue.