- Several payment options available
- Income Access Platform
- Not markets in the US
- 30% Admin Fee
- Negative carryover
- No sub-affiliation
NorskeSpill Affiliates is the official casino affiliate program responsible for NorskeSpill Casino, a multi-platform gaming site home to two best software providers: NetEnt and Microgaming. NorskeSpill Casino has Northern European look and it is most popular with Norwegian players. They are licensed and regulated by the government of Malta and due to regulations players from United States are not accepted.
Members of NorskeSpill Affiliates will be enrolled in a standard commission revenue share program based on Net Revenue. The exact percentage an affiliate will receive is based on a typical multi-tier structure, which can be found with many other affiliate programs.
With this structure affiliates earn commission based on the amount of net revenue that their referred players generate at the casino. The more revenue their referred players generate the more commission they will earn.
NorskeSpill Affiliates are part of a negative carryover policy, this means that any negative balance at the end of any given month will be rolled over into the following month. As there is only one casino there are no bundling concerns.
NorskeSpill Affiliates doesn’t offer sub-affiliate deals, therefore members cannot earn extra commission every month for referring other affiliates to the program.
Commission is paid on a monthly basis and will be paid between the 1st and the 20th of every month to your requested payment method. Commission can be sent via several payment options which include Player Account, Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, ClickandBuy, Ukash, Neteller, Skrill, and Paysafecard.
It is important to note that a 30% admin fee will be charged to the commission.
NorskeSpill Affiliates uses the Income Access platform. This software has some of the most robust analytics capabilities in the industry. Affiliates can customise their dashboard to view virtually all statistics, allowing them to identify which factors are most important for increasing net revenue share.