- No bundling
- No negative carryover
- No administrative fees charged to commissions
- RTG software
- Unknown date on commission payments
- Only use USD and Skrill
- Terms and Conditions not visible publically
Rich Casino Affiliates is the casino affiliate program in charge of a Lucky Club Casino. This brand is powered by Nuworks, and it offers a friendly user-experience. It holds an online gaming license in the jurisdiction of Curacao. The afiliates’ terms and conditions, however, aren’t publically displayed.
Members of Rich Casino Affiliates will be automatically enrolled in the “standard commission structure”, which is a revenue sharing plan. According to this deal, affiliates earn a share of the net revenue their referred players generate for the casino. The percentage is fixed and it doesn’t depend on the affiliates’ performance.
The other terms are also favourable. There is no bundling of earnings, since this is a single brand affiliate program. Also, there is a no negative carryover policy. If the referred players generate a net loss in the casino, the negative balance will not be forwarded to the following months; instead it will be zeroed out at the beginning of the following month.
At the moment of writing, there aren’t any alternative commission plans such as CPA (Cost per Acquisition) or hybrid deals.
Rich Casino Affiliates doesn’t offer a sub-affiliation program at this time, therefore their partners are not entitled to obtain additional income by referring other affiliates to this program.
It is not clear when do partners of Rich Casino Affiliates receive commission. However, payments may be made by exclusively by Skrill in US dollars which default currency and in case of affiliates operate in alternative currencies, they will need to consider foreign exchange fees. There are no additional admin fees charged to the commission.
Rich Casino Affiliates utilizes the Real Time Gaming software. Affiliates will have access to numerous reports which includes all statistics, current earnings, historical earnings, payment history and tier earnings.