TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Affiliate Marketing Agreement
1.1 The following terms and conditions are a legally binding agreement between TheCasinoAffiliates.com program and its Affiliates (and/or) marketing partners that have signed up to the program.
1.2 Please ensure that you read and understand the following terms as to your legal rights and obligations in working with TheCasinoAffiliates.com program. By signing up to TheCasinoAffiliates.com program you agree to abide by these terms when promoting our brands as stipulated in the terms.
1.3 TheCasinoAffiliates.com program is free to join but TheCasinoAffiliates.com management is under no obligation to approve membership requests.
2.1 The program or TCA – TheCasinoAffiliates.com program
2.2 The Affiliate – affiliate applicant/individual/company
2.3 Site(s) or Brand(s) – All sites listed here https://TheCasinoAffiliates.com/#brands
2.4 Tracking Links – The unique links provided by the program to track and report on your traffic sent to the programs related brands.
2.5 Traffic – Visitors sent from your marketing activities via our links.
2.6 Affiliated Player or Players – Signed up players to the casinos, either active or inactive sent via affiliate links with the affiliate tag.
2.7 Tagged player(s) – A player or players that have been referred to the brands via affiliate links and have successfully tracked.
2.8 Banners – Covers all marketing creative generally offered in Gif or Jpeg format.
2.9 FTD or RMP – First Time Depositor or Real Money Player both mean the same and relate to new players to the group.
2.10 Gross Revenue – The profit made at the casino before any deductions are made. Can be a positive or negative figure depending on the overall player wins or losses.
2.11 Net Revenue – The amount in which affiliate commissions are calculated. This can either be a positive or negative figure.
2.12 Commissions – The affiliates earnings generated from marketing the program.
2.13 Spam – Unsolicited contact to a player’s personal contact information. Spam can often include incorrect or misleading information in an attempt to generate traffic.
2.14 Fraudulent Traffic – There are many variations of this including but not limited to… Traffic sent via illegal means such as hacking or paid/incentive traffic created to defraud the program of commissions. False advertising or misleading information could cause harm to the brands or the program.
3.1 Any costs related to promoting the brands are at the affiliates own expense.
Affiliates are obligated to use tracking links generated by the TCA affiliate program to promote the brands and should not be manipulated in any way. The program will not take responsibility if traffic is lost due to the manipulation of any tracking links. Please contact your account manager if links are not working before any campaign begins to avoid potential issues.
3.2 All affiliates signing up to the program must provide full and correct contact information. This is used solely for the purpose of the affiliate program and is not shared or sold to any 3rd party. Contact information will be used only for the purpose of the program relating to your marketing activities, payments and keeping you up to date with updates from the program. The collection of affiliate information is also part of our KYC (Know Your Customer) checks. The affiliate program can withhold commissions if the identity of the account cannot be confirmed.
3.3 Responsible Marketing: It is the affiliate’s responsibility to promote the brands to the best their ability and to ensure that all information is current and correct. We do not accept traffic from or want to be associated with sites that contain but are not limited to sexually explicit content, illegal content, acts of violence or inciting violence, sites aimed at persons under the age of 18, displays pornographic content relating to minors, sites discriminating against gender, nationality, trolling/cyber-bullying, religion, race or sites that could cause harm to others.
3.4 Player Accounts: Players who open accounts via affiliate links will become players at the casino and connected to the affiliate however the affiliate will assume no rights over the information provided by the player. The casinos abide by a strict code of conduct relating to player account security and the data protection act 1998.
4.1 Only by using the links generated from within the program are we able to report to you the activity of your referred players. This data is then used to calculate your overall commissions due each month and is shown in your affiliate stats login. The reports are not edited or manipulated unless by prior agreement of both parties.
5.1 All affiliate commissions equal to or over the payment threshold of 500.00 EUR will be paid by the 15th (fifteenth) working day of the month.
5.2 The program will not bundle commissions if more than one brand is available. A negative on one brand will not affect earnings on the other. The program does not operate a negative carryover policy.
5.3 Affiliate commissions will be calculated based on net revenue.
Term & Termination
6.1 The affiliate contract starts as soon as the completed signup form is submitted via https://TheCasinoAffiliates.com. The contract between program and affiliate is ongoing but can be terminated by either party at any time with written notice.
6.2 The program has the right to terminate the contract at any time with immediate effect and all links and references to the brands must be removed should we feel any terms and conditions have been broken.
6.3 Pending investigations, the program may withhold commissions either temporarily or permanently if the program sees fit based on the accepted terms and conditions of the program. Depending on the seriousness of the issue all commissions including historical earnings may be deducted from the affiliate’s earnings.
6.4 Failure to comply with the reasonable requests of the program or if the affiliate activities are viewed as potentially damaging to the brand or the program, the program has the right to terminate the contract with immediate effect.
6.5 Upon termination of the contract, the affiliate agrees to remove all marketing material, links and intellectual property rights relating to the brands being promoted.
6.6 Any traffic sent from active links following the termination date will not count towards contract continuation or final payment.
6.7 Marketing fees can be withheld for up to 180 days to ensure all requests have been completed or investigations have ended. If investigations are still ongoing after 180 days, any outstanding marketing fees will be paid on completion of any investigations.
6.8 Any threats or criminality towards the program or program staff may result in the termination of the contract and current/future commissions being forfeited.
6.9 Affiliates are not permitted to refer to themselves as working for the affiliate program in an attempt to earn extra money from sub-affiliate earnings or player losses. This would be classed as abusing the commission structure and could end in your account being suspended and/or having commissions withheld indefinitely.
7.1 In efforts to prevent or reduce fraudulent activity or abuse of the brands, the program or associated staff may block or restrict players’ or players’ abilities to deposit at our sole discretion without prior notice.
7.2 The affiliate will do their utmost to prevent fraudulent traffic being delivered from their links. Any concerns should be discussed with your affiliate manager.
7.3 The staff behind the scenes will make every effort to retain players the affiliate sends.
8.1 The program will keep you up to date with program developments, new game releases, promotions, and any other business that may help increase the performance of your campaign.
8.2 The program will not enter into any exclusive marketing arrangement with a single marketing partner.
8.3 We’ll do our best to maintain the program, the casinos, the servers to achieve the best possible service to our affiliates and players. There will be times when updates are made and the services offered may be reduced for a limited time.
8.4 In the case that the affiliate sells their website and/or associated affiliate account, the program should be informed to help with a smooth transition and clarity with payments.