Platinum Certification Awarded to Affiliate Cruise

Platinum Certification Awarded to Affiliate Cruise Associate program for the online and mobile casino operator CasinoCruise which launched in September of 2014, Affiliate Cruise, has recently been awarded platinum certification by igaming community Affiliate Guard Dog. Launched in 2006, Affiliate Guard Dog’s purpose is to aid in creating a set of terms and conditions, convenient for affiliates.

As a result of this recent attainment, Affiliate Cruise can now be officially recognized as a dedicated entity, working to protect the interests of those who sign up to the program. Additionally, its management team can now freely cultivate an open discussion with new and existing affiliates.

Those who sign up through Affiliate Guard Dog will have access to an exclusive deal sponsored by Affiliate Cruise in celebration of the recent news. This will consist of 40% off revenue share for the first three months and 35% for three months following.

Any that take advantage of this can expect a tiered rev share commission structure as standard in which the lowest of six levels is at 25% and the highest is at 40%. Visit for additional details on this program.

According to affiliate director of Affiliate Cruise, Lloyd Apter, "Only a handful of programs attain platinum status at Affiliate Guard Dog, and we believe our inclusion is testament to the strength of our work. We will use this opportunity to demonstrate to our affiliates that they are on to a winner when bringing players to”

President of Affiliate Guard Dog, Andrew Mueller, adds, “At AGD, our platinum certification is reserved for the very best of affiliate programs. With a strict set of criteria, we hold programs to the highest of standards. Affiliate Cruise has met and exceeded those expectations.”
  • Agreed Jade, I don't think very many end users ("Players") think too much about affiliates, and that is the way the industry wants to keep it - it's a complex business model and one that I have perhaps not fully understood until recently, but I am sure that if every player on the scene knew all about how this industry worked, they might be shocked and appalled to learn exactly who was earning commission on the back of their play!
  • I maybe wrong, but I don't think many players know very much or think very much about affiliate programs, even when they are signing up at a particular casino. To start with, all the player is looking for is a great sign up deal, hopefully with a big NDB, at a reputable casino. I think that more articles like this one will peak the interest of players to obtain more information about who they are signing up through.

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