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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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MightyTips announces new partnership with SportBet

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MightyTips has today announced that it has signed a partnership with SportBet, a crypto platform focusing on iGaming, in a deal that will further increase the exposure of the site to a much wider audience.

SportBet is changing the world of iGaming with its decentralised platform built on the EOS blockchain. The company’s innovative approach eliminates the need for identity verification and deposits, making it easier and more accessible for users to engage with the practice of light entertainment.

With SportBet, anonymity is guaranteed as all transactions are recorded on the immutable EOS blockchain, which strengthens transparency and fairness. And with direct payouts to the user’s EOS account, there is no need for any third-party intermediaries, therefore reducing transaction fees and increasing overall cost effectiveness and efficiency.

They hold a license from the Mwali in the Comoros Union, and the sweeping mission statement from the site is to ensure it is a hub of enjoyable and relaxing iGaming entertainment.

Lola Niles, SportBet Affiliate Manager, said: “Sportbet.one partners with MightyTips to offer users high-quality and reliable options for bitcoin betting. This collaboration combines the extensive expertise and knowledge of both platforms, providing players with a unique experience in the world of sports betting.”

Eugene Ravdin, MightyTips Communications and Marketing Manager, said: “We hope MightyTips can help SportBet elevate this exciting concept to the next level. We can’t wait to get started working with an impressive group of tech entrepreneurs.”

According to a 2022 count from Chainalysis, a blockchain analytics company, there were about 70 crypto-friendly casinos and/or bookmakers in operation. That number has skyrocketed over 300 in recent years.

The ever-increasing demand for online anonymity, a seemingly unquenchable need for a shake-up of worldwide financial institutions, and the genuine uptick in iGaming quality means the industry continues to remain an attractive proposition.

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SOFTSWISS’ Checklist for Smooth Affiliate Marketing Platform Migration

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Enhanced features, stronger security and lower costs are key reasons for migrating from one affiliate marketing platform to another. Affilka by SOFTSWISS, a leading affiliate tracking software provider, shares tips for a smooth migration process.

The checklist prepared by Affilka by SOFTSWISS experts will help make the migration process clearer and safer, streamlining cooperation with a new software provider

 

Pre-Migration

At this stage, goal setting, data selection and communication issues are of the highest priority. Affilka by SOFTSWISS’ team suggests operators start with:

  • Clarifying the desired objectives and outcomes of migration and identifying the key metrics to track before, during, and after the process.
  • Determining specific data to migrate, including player and partner history.
  • Assigning a dedicated person within its team to streamline communication with platform provider specialists during the migration.

 

Migration

The primary aspects to address during the migration process include ensuring that all stakeholders are fully informed and aware of the process, preparing mapping files, and configuring the system. At this point, the required steps are: 

  • Informing all stakeholders about the migration schedule, timeline and any potential downtime.
  • Collecting and formatting all necessary mapping files according to the new platform’s requirements. The data must be clean, accurate, and up-to-date.
  • Configuring the new platform settings, including commission plans and referral links, to ensure that all integrations with other systems function correctly.

 

Post-Migration

At the post-migration stage, effective communication with affiliates, organisation of training, and post-migration monitoring are imperative for facilitating subsequent operational success. After the migration, Affilka by SOFTSWISS’ experts recommend the following:

  • Notifying affiliates about the migration. This allows them to update their referral links promptly, minimising the need for additional player migrations later.
  • Offering training sessions for affiliates and operator personnel on using the new platform and providing comprehensive guides and information resources, which can facilitate further operations.
  • Monitoring the system for any post-migration issues and gathering feedback from affiliates and staff. These actions can help identify the areas for improvement.

Implementing these steps will help ensure a successful migration, minimising disruptions and maximising the benefits of the new system​.

Anastasia Borovaya, Head of Affilka by SOFTSWISS, summarises: “The migration timeframe depends on how quickly the client prepares the mapping files. More data means a longer process, but it typically takes a few weeks for preparation and a few hours for migration to the production environment. Quick and clear communication with the client’s team is essential for a successful migration. When the client responds promptly and clearly, the migration progresses smoothly as planned.” 

 

About SOFTSWISS

SOFTSWISS is an international technology company with over 15 years of experience in developing innovative solutions for the iGaming industry. SOFTSWISS holds a number of gaming licences and provides comprehensive software for managing iGaming projects. The company’s product portfolio includes the Online Casino Platform, the Game Aggregator with over 20,000 casino games, the Affilka affiliate platform, the Sportsbook software and the Jackpot Aggregator. In 2013, SOFTSWISS revolutionised the industry by introducing the world’s first Bitcoin-optimised online casino solution. The expert team, based in Malta, Poland, and Georgia, counts over 2,000 employees.

 

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Exclusive Q&A with Christoffer Ødegården, Head of Casino at Bojoko

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With growing competition in the online casino industry, finding effective ways to attract new players is crucial for operators. To discover which strategies are the most effective, we contacted Christoffer Ødegården.
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With growing competition in the online casino industry, finding effective ways to attract new players is crucial for operators. To discover which strategies are the most effective, we contacted Christoffer Ødegården. He serves as Head of Casino at Bojoko, one of the top affiliates in the UK, and has access to comprehensive data on what features help secure additional FTDs. In this interview, he shares how diversifying payment options, lowering deposit limits, and refining bonuses can help casinos stay competitive.

What are the most effective strategies casinos can use to increase FTDs?

Most casinos focus on tweaking their bonuses to attract new players, which is effective. However, it can also have certain financial risks and lower player value. Our data shows that one of the fastest ways to increase FTDs is to simply expand the selection of payment methods.

It might not be intuitive, but offering a variety of methods does not just mean that players can choose what works best for them once they are on your page. Having the right payment methods will actually lead to a large number of players hearing about and exploring your casino in the first place.

Could you explain the impact of offering diverse payment methods on player behavior?

Many players have specific payment preferences and will only make deposits and withdrawals with specific payment methods, some sticking with just one. It is essential to have all relevant UK payment methods to avoid missing out on these users. As I already mentioned, many Brits actively search for casinos with their preferred payment method available, and comparison sites like Bojoko cater to them.

Bojoko has pages for every popular UK payment method, where players can quickly compare their offers and make their choice. This is without ever being exposed to brands that do not offer their deposit method of choice.

Let me provide a quick example. We have noticed that many Brits actively search for Paysafecard casinos and land on our dedicated page, where they compare casinos that let you deposit with Paysafecard and sign up. These players come with high intent, resulting in higher conversion rates. It is not just Paysafecard; a long string of more niche payment methods are hugely popular amongst Brits.

Which payment methods have proven to be most beneficial?

There are almost too many to mention, but pre-paid cards like Paysafecard, e-wallets like Neosurf, and mobile payment options like Boku and PayForIt are clearly gaining popularity. We have also seen an enormous rise in PayPal in the last few years, and the industry has responded, with most British casinos now offering PayPal. ApplePay is another mainstream payment method that has somehow been largely ignored among online casinos.

How should casinos respond to these emerging trends?

Casinos should always try to quickly embrace these trends, as the earlier they adapt, the more players they stand to earn. There is always an adaption curve where the less common payment methods are only available at a few operators, meaning they share the entire pot of players searching for these options.

I’d also recommend utilizing their relationship with affiliates like Bojoko, which can also amplify visibility. As I mentioned, our platform provides curated lists that guide players to casinos offering their preferred payment method. This visibility and alignment with player preferences often result in a noticeable uptick in FTDs. However, our collaboration with casinos goes beyond simply listing them on these pages. We can and do also provide insights on which payment methods and other features they should add to increase their FTDs.

You mentioned other features they can add to increase their FTDs. What specifically are you referring to? 

Another quick way for a casino to increase their FTDs is to lower the deposit limits. This makes it easier for players to sign up and get a sense of your brand. High minimum deposits can deter new players who want to try the casino without committing too much upfront.

I’d also like to specify that bonuses are still a powerful tool, with no deposit bonuses in particular being an effective way to bring in new players. However, these require a strong focus on player retention to avoid risks like bonus abuse. Less risky bonus options include increasing the percentage of your welcome bonus and trying out wager-free offers. However, no matter what you do, effective retention strategies remain key to ensuring players continue depositing after their initial experience.

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