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MintBet Affiliate Program Launches With Income Access

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Dec/14/2017

Ireland-based MintBet.com has announced it will be launching an affiliate program on the popular Income Access platform.

Launched earlier in 2017 and licensed under the Republic of Ireland's Gambling Act of 2015, as well as by the U.K. Gambling Commission, the MintBet.com site boasts a range of sports betting products, including both pre-event and in-play betting on football, cricket, rugby union and other sports markets. MintBet's online casino, featuring live dealer functionality, plus jackpots and slots, is offered alongside the brand's core sportsbook.

Currently, the company only accepts real money gamblers from Ireland and the UK.

New depositing players will receive a free £10 bet every weekend for the sportsbook, while customers depositing at the brand's online casino enjoy a 100% welcome bonus of up to £200.

The new affiliate program provides affiliates with a default 20% flat revenue share option, however, bespoke deals can be negotiated on a case-by-case basis. Following the soft launch of the program, further details on exciting bonuses and varied commission schemes such as CPA, hybrid and super referral commissions will be announced in Q1 2018.

Thomas McBride, Head of Marketing at MintBet, said, "We're excited to launch our affiliate program and leverage the Income Access Network to grow our brand in the U.K. and Irish markets. We're 100% dedicated to working with affiliates to support this channel and look forward to building a strong partnership program in 2018."

Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Income Access and Digital Wallets at Paysafe, said, "Our affiliate network is a key element in our overall product offering. We look forward to supporting the growth of MintBet's affiliate program and seeing the brand's acquisition evolve and diversify as we update and expand the Income Access Network and our affiliate platform in 2018."

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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