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Affilka by SOFTSWISS is excited to announce the launch of its new project with Sportbet.one. Affilka’s new client is the first sportsbook project operating solely on crypto payments. Its initial focus was only on sports betting. Now with the use of Affilka by SOFTSWISS, Sportbet.one’s affiliate program – SBETPARTNERS – will be able to attract potential players to its website, increasing overall traffic and maximising the brand’s turnover through affiliates. 

Affilka is extensively growing its presence in the iGaming marketplace – it recently achieved the exciting milestone of 100 signed iGaming brands earlier this month. Through the deal with SOFTSWISS, SBET will benefit from a variety of powerful affiliate marketing features the Affilka offers, such as flexible commission plans, a unique set of postbacks, a customisable user-friendly interface, and detailed statistics displayed аll available gaming currencies including crypto. Moreover, the integration with the CoinsPaid payment system will allow for instant payouts to affiliates in crypto.

The SOFTSWISS Affiliate Solution new signing Sportbet.one is a decentralized sportsbook based on the EOS blockchain with cross-chain composability features. Every bet is a cryptocurrency transaction recorded in the public blockchain, capable of accepting all major forms of cryptocurrencies. The users can interact with the platform directly from their EOS wallets without registration and remain in control of their funds. 

Commenting on the new partnership, Anastasia Borovaya, product owner of Affilka by SOFTSWISS, said: “It’s amazing how far we’ve come from the day we first established the Affilka brand name. We’re thrilled to be signing with Sportbet.one, such an innovative client with fully transparent platform operations. Here’s to a great new partnership!”

Karin Russel, Product Manager of Sportbet.one, comments on the new partnership: “After researching the market for the proper affiliate software, I saw that most of the options lacked some vital functions, as well as flexibility and scalability. With Affilka, we found what we needed. Sportbet.one team has appreciated Affilka’s flexibility in terms of commission settings. Also, we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the tech support: they always answer promptly and in great detail, helping out with any adjustments we require. Looking forward to our long-term cooperation!”

 

About SOFTSWISS 

SOFTSWISS is an international tech brand supplying widely acclaimed, certified software solutions for managing iGaming operations. SOFTSWISS holds a number of gaming licenses, providing a “one-stop-shop” white label solution by taking care of all technical, legal, and financial processes on behalf of its customers. The company has a vast product portfolio, which includes an Online Casino Platform, Game Aggregator with thousands of casino games, an affiliate platform, and a recently launched sportsbook platform. In 2013 SOFTSWISS was the first in the world to introduce a bitcoin-optimized online casino solution. The company has thus been regarded as the leading technical expert when it comes to the use of cryptocurrencies in online gaming.

 

About Sportbet.one

Sportbet.one (SBET) is the first decentralized sportsbook, and recently, the platform has also launched a casino. Player actions are visible within the smart contract and can be easily tracked by the player. There is also a range of Casino games, Slots, Blackjack, Roulette and Live Games. SBET supports easy sign-up methods for players via social media or email & password. To get a fully decentralized betting experience, players can log in via their EOS wallets. Payouts are instant once betting terms are settled by the EOS smart contract. Players can withdraw money to any crypto exchange/wallet and buy crypto with a credit card, bank transfer, PayPal, Venmo, Wechat Pay etc. 

Since Sportbet.one enables a fully anonymous game, the players from any location can use the platform, which makes it especially appreciated by the players from the USA, UK, Australia, South Korea, and China. 

 

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Slots Temple Launches Real-Money Slots Tournaments

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Slots Temple is the only affiliate site offering tournaments for cash prizes in the UK

Leading free online slots platform and affiliate marketing site Slots Temple has begun offering paid-for slots tournaments to complement its existing range of free-to-play competitions with cash prizes.

Now, for small, affordable buy-ins, players can compete against each other to climb a live leaderboard based on wins,
consecutive wins/losses and hitting big win multipliers.

There will also be spot prizes for lower positions to ensure the excitement lasts right to the end of the tournament.

The paid-for tournaments will allow Slots Temple to offer bigger prize pools and deeper payout structures, but there is no obligation to buy in. Fans of free-to-play tournaments will still be able to enjoy the same range of free games boasting big cash prize pots for absolutely no outlay whatsoever.  

Slots Temple became the first UK affiliate marketing site to offer cash prizes for free tournaments last year, after it was awarded a license to do so by the UK Gambling Commission. With these competitions proving to be wildly popular, the new buy-in tournaments were the next logical step on the roadmap, says Fraser Linkleter, CMO at Slots Temple.

“Bigger prize pools add even more stickiness to the site and attract new players, which should swell the prize pools even further. So, it’s about adding an extra layer of excitement. But at our core, we remain the go-to destination for fun free slots play,” Linkleter said.

Slots Temple enables slot aficionados to try the latest and best slots content. The site has built a burgeoning community of slots players who can chat, leave reviews, and exchange opinions about their favourite games.

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Ringier Sports Media Group Launches Digital Sports Media Platform Sportal.gr

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The Ringier Sports Media Group (RSMG) has launched sportal.gr, a digital sports platform offering sports fans in Greece video-first based news, commentary, analysis, interviews, statistics and live results, bundled in a state-of-the art product experience.

The content focus of sportal.gr will stretch beyond football and basketball to tennis, volleyball, athletics, motorsports and more. The digital platform is based on the strategic expertise and technical solution of RSMG, which since its incorporation in May 2022 includes Sportal Media Group in Bulgaria with sportal.bg and Sportal365, Gazeta Sporturilor (GSP.ro) in Romania, sportal.rs in Serbia, sportal.hu in Hungary, sport.sk in Slovakia and Pulse Sport in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as a strategic partnership with the globally leading LiveScore Group. The RSMG’s mid-term goal is to build sportal.gr into a leading media player in the Greek sports market.

Sportal.gr will be technically based on the internationally leading content management system Sportal365 and will be adapted in terms of design and user experience to the successful sports platforms GSP.ro, sportal.rs and sportal.hu.

Stilian Shishkov, Senior Partner of RSMG and CEO of Sportal Media Group: “I am very pleased that RSMG is today further expanding the presence of its media brand sportal beyond CEE and Africa, in Greece with the launch of sportal.gr. We will offer Greek sports fans very rich sports content combined with powerful customization and loyalty tools, all powered by our Sportal365 content management system.”

Christos Christou, former General Manager of the leading Greek sports platform Sportdog, will build up the ambitious project from scratch as Managing Director of sportal.gr. Together with well-known editorial leaders and a highly motivated young team of around 25 journalists, he will position the sportal.gr brand in the top tier of the Greek sports media market.

Christos Christou said: “I am excited that the RSMG joins the Greek market with a strategic vision for sports media in general and for sportal.gr in particular. The RSMG combines high quality sports journalism and media knowledge with tech-driven publishing solutions. This, combined with our experience in Greek sports media, will transform sportal.gr into a leading digital brand for all the sports fans in Greece and a valuable partner for the sports segment advertisers. Greece has an excellent sports culture and a large, passionate fan base. We are highly motivated to establish sportal.gr as a new brand in a highly competitive environment and to reach a top position among sports media in the country. Sportal.gr will offer novel and creative marketing and advertising solutions for various customer groups and companies – also in conjunction with the other eight sports platforms belonging to the RSMG.”

Robin Lingg, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RSMG, said: “From a global perspective, sports media are increasingly a kind of melting pot for sport-savvy audiences, sports gamers and advertisers. Swiss-based Ringier AG is investing in this highly attractive segment and wants to become a top player globally by uniting leading digital sports media brands under the umbrella of the RSMG. Today, these are Sportal Media Group in Bulgaria with sportal.bg and Sportal365, Gazeta Sporturilor in Romania, sportal.rs in Serbia, sportal.hu in Hungary, sport.sk in Slovakia and Pulse Sport in Africa. Our investment in the British LiveScore Group at the end of 2022 was a decisive step to develop innovative products based on common technologies in the future and to benefit from the exchange of know-how. We believe in a growing sports media market in Greece. I am very much looking forward to seeing sportal.gr grow.”

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Nordic Affiliates Joins Norwegian Online Gambling Trade Organisation

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Nordic Affiliates has become the first affiliate to join the Norwegian Online Gambling Trade Organisation (NBO).

Nordic said it hoped its decision will encourage other sections of the Norway-facing gambling industry to join the lobby group, which campaigns for an end to Norway’s two-company gambling monopoly controlled by Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto.

Havard Lehn, co-founder of Nordic Affiliates, said: “Politicians talk a lot, but there is no real change for people who are struggling with gambling problems. Being Norwegian myself, and having spent over a decade in the industry, I strongly believe that Norway must regulate its internal gambling markets.

“Going forward, we all must unite behind NBO for the benefit of both the Norwegian society and the industry.”

NBO was established in 2019 by Betsson, Comeon Group, Kindred and Gaming Innovation Group.

Carl Fredrik Stenstrøm, Secretary General of NBO, said: “It’s not a matter of if the Norwegian gambling market will be de-monopolised, but when.

“However, the change is slow, and a successful regulation depends on continuous public affairs work. The more power we can assemble behind this task, the faster we will reach our goals. We have achieved more progress in the last three years than the previous 20. That’s a testament to the industry’s determination, but we want more companies to engage.”

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