Rival online gaming software’s decision to prohibit new US players is set to take place on August 7th. The affiliate marketing team of Deck Media NV is reorganizing and aims to reassure their affiliates.
Slotocash.com and DesertNightsCasino.com have made a switch to Top Game software by AffiliateWide.com casinos last week. Deck Media has been in contact with it’s affiliates of the changes and to stress that existing US players will remain active.
"We already have a plan of action to keep [existing players] depositing and earning you commission," the email reads. "We invite you to subscribe to our revamped weekly newsletters so you can stay tuned to all retention and conversion campaigns we are running for your active players and new potential customers.
"This is a valuable source of information and if used properly, it could potentially give us both better player value and profits long term.
"Following up on our previous email we are making some exciting changes in the next month, including new live support that will be up and running, plus we will have exciting news coming out soon."
Deck Media NV was under attack earlier this year in heated arguments with their affiliates over unpaid commissions when the program sent out this the following statement:
"Unfortunately we have lost GATM eCheck processor. This was a major processor for Deckmedia and a lot of money is owed to us by Echeck which appears to be lost at this stage.
"In the past Deckmedia have taken huge loses upon us to ensure that affiliates have not lost out in such circumstances. For example, when Deckmedia lost Ewalletxpress andMastercard, Deckmedia took the FULL hit ensuring all affiliates were paid the full amount for those months.
"I regret to inform you that this time round Deckmedia will not be able to take these loses from Echeck and those affiliates who have earnings from Echeck deposits will have those earnings deducted. This will take place on the 31st March."