Sports and virtual betting firm BetOlimp has agreed a deal with Income Access to launch a new managed affiliate programme.
Under the agreement, Income Access’ team of affiliate managers will manage the new programme through the use of the firm’s affiliate management software and proprietary ‘Ad Serving’ technology.
Those that sign up will benefit from a revenue share of between 20% and 35%, based on the amount of new depositing accounts referred in a given month.
The deal comes after BetOlimp earlier this month launched a Twitch-inspired live video streaming service for the ongoing Euro 2016 national team football tournament.
“As a new betting brand, we are confident that Income Access’ reputation and knowhow in the industry will allow our programme to quickly gain momentum,” BetOlimp’s chief marketing officer Mark McGuinness said.
Nicky Senyard, founder and chief executive of Income Access, added: “We are excited to begin our partnership with BetOlimp. As they have many betting options and language offerings, we are certain that the brand will be a strong partner for a variety of affiliates.”
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