nder the partnership, Slotser’s new affiliate program will integrate with the award-winning acquisition tracking software of Income Access, whose in-house team of affiliate managers will also be managing the program.
Launched in 2014 and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, Slotser features a wide range of online slots, including Farmania, Fluffy Favourites, Legend of the Fairies, Pharaoh’s Lost Fortune, Irish Luck, and Share-luck Holmes among other titles. The brand allows players to play for real money yet also includes social casino functionality, whereby they can win virtual chips.
As part of Slotser’s partnership with Income Access, the brand’s new affiliate program will integrate with Income Access’ acquisition tracking platform, which has won eGaming Review’s B2B Award for Affiliate Software for the last three years in a row.
The Slotser affiliate program, which is scheduled to launch before the end of August 2015, will also join the Income Access Network.
“We’re excited to partner with Income Access for the imminent launch of Slotser’s affiliate programme,” said Roland Arlt, President and co-founder of Slotser. “The Income Access platform’s reputation is second to none. We’re therefore confident that when the software’s capabilities are combined with the reach of the Income Access Network and the expertise of the company’s affiliate managers, the acquisition of new players for our brand will reach the next level.”
The Slotser affiliate program will be managed by a team of Income Access affiliate managers who specialize in player acquisition for UK and Europe-facing real-money and social casino brands. They have over a decade of collective experience managing the affiliate programmes of brands in both verticals.
“I’m delighted to announce our new partnership with Slotser, a growing brand in the UK real-money and social casino market,” said Nicky Senyard, founder and CEO of Income Access. “Supported by our platform and affiliate network as well as our dedicated affiliate management. Slotser will hopefully see the affiliate channel rapidly become an integral element in the brand’s broader acquisition strategy.”