When you choose to work with Commissionpartners.com, you’re not just choosing a marketing partner. You’re choosing a company that’s as passionate about online gaming and betting as you are. That’s why we’ve gone out of our way to ensure that we promote the best brands, give you access to the best conversion plans, casino affiliate program, gaming affiliate programs and provide you with the support you demand to succeed.
Every member that you refer to any of our brands belongs to you. That means you’ll earn money for as long as they bet. As long as they keep playing, you’ll keep making money. It's that easy!
Like we said, online gaming is our business. We boast a variety of brands including leading Sportsbooks, Casinos and Racebook platforms. That means you can promote the brand and platform that suits your needs and proves to be successful for you.
Getting their attention is one thing. Getting them to pay attention and play over and over again? That takes thinking ahead and strong marketing strategies. That’s why we’ve developed smarter conversion and retention plans, so you can continue to earn for a lifetime.
To call our affiliate team experts would be an understatement. Our team members eat, sleep, and breathe online gaming. Most of our senior team has been in the gaming industry since the first digital card hit the felt. And that means you can count on a partner who knows how to increase your profits.
Having great people on your side is one thing. But without the right business intelligence and marketing resources, you won’t come out ahead. At Commissionpartners.com, we’ve developed some of the most innovative and advanced marketing tools and resources to help you grow your business. And we’re always developing new idea to take your business further.
The online sportsbook that revolutionized how players earn bonuses in 2011 has fast become one of the top brands in the business. Today, new members can choose 10% cash back on their win / loss, no rollovers. Or a 50% match bonus on cash deposits up to $500. The site also boasts a casino, a live dealer casino, and a racebook.
For serious, passionate sports bettors, nothing beats BetOWI.com and their generous bonuses. The online sportsbook offers some of the most generous sports lines, a smart mobile betting platform, fast cashouts, and excellent customer service.
Playblackjack.com is a stand-alone casino platform that gives players the option to choose from multiple lobbies. Each lobby has a unique ambiance and gives casino players a variety of games to choose from. Plus, it also features a live casino lobby with real players available for chatting and interacting.
If you’re not a fan of sliding commission scales that pay you out less for a less-than-stellar month, don’t worry. Our commission structure gives you a fair shot every month with a flat percentage that’s the same—no matter how you do.
It gets better. We don’t require a minimum number of players per month. Whether you bring in 1 or 100 new players, you’ll earn commissions. Period. Choose which of our brands performs best for you; we pay commission on all our brands; that includes sportsbooks, racebooks, and casinos.
Our commissions are based on a Revenue Share model, which means you’ll earn a percentage of the Net Gross Revenue (NGR) generated by your customer (minus fees, bonuses, etc). The percentage earned will be based on the overall performance; affiliates can earn anywhere between 15% up to 35%.
Negative figures generated will be carried over to the following month; however the affiliate team will be willing to look at this on an individual basis, and where need be we will discuss an alternate for you if you are hit by a big negative because of an individual player’s action.
For more details on our commission structure, please Contact Us now.
At CommissionPartners.com , we believe in team work and building strong partnerships. We’re here to help you succeed. How do we do it? By giving you the marketing support, tools, and innovations you need to be victorious every second of every day.
We specialize in the online gaming industry. Casinos. Sportsbook. Racebooks. And all the top brands. When you choose to partner with us, you’ll get access to better conversion opportunities, smarter retention strategies, and the marketing tools you need to win the affiliate game like a champion. You’ll also get access to people who get this business. We’ve been in the gaming industry since before it became iGaming.
Best of all, we treat all our affiliates with respect. We get that every affiliate has different needs and goals. So we’ll work with you to create a marketing solution that makes sense for your business. And no matter what your needs are, you’ll get the type of dedication and expertise that will help you reach the type of success you’ve been dreaming about.
Private information received by Commission Partners or any of our clients’ Sportsbook, Casino and Horses WILL NEVER be distributed to anyone or any organization. Private information WILL NEVER be sold or distributed in any form, or for any purpose unless approved by the account holder. Therefore, information collected by our clients’ Sportsbook, Casino and Horses is the property of our clients’ Sportsbook, Casino and Horses, and is not shared with any third party, including merchants.
Commission Partners is dedicated to providing useful, relevant and valuable information to our affiliates. We offer an assortment of ongoing, daily, weekly and monthly publications. By opting to receive emails from Commission Partners, affiliates are automatically subscribed to the following publications:
Special Promotional Offers (Ongoing) Information and/or offers on any new Sportsbook, Racebook, Casino or Horses bonus, promotion, or event.
Service Announcements (As Needed) Important messages concerning any temporary site or system outages, plus any maintenance issues that may affect the level of service.
News Releases (Ongoing) Breaking news and expert analysis of popular games and industry trends.
To ensure the quality of affiliate communications, Commission Partners allows affiliates to view or modify their subscription preferences at any time simply by logging into their account and selecting “Manage Subscriptions” from the “Manage Account” screen.
Affiliates can opt-out of receiving email from Commission Partners. However, there is a minimum level of communication required for affiliates to be part of our program. Everyone with a Commission Partners account receives a “Welcome” email, containing valuable account information.
If at any time an affiliate indicates that he or she no longer wants to receive communications from Commission Partners, or if he or she wishes to change or correct any previously provided information, the affiliate can email outlining the request to email@example.com.
Qualified Commission Partners staff has access to account numbers, account holder names, telephone numbers, addresses, and email addresses. Affiliates can change their password directly on the Commission Partners website.
If an affiliate needs to change an address, email and/or telephone number, they should submit changes directly from the Commission Partners website (under “Manage Account/Change Address”). New information is verified with card-issuing banks and updated accordingly. Affiliates must ensure that card-issuing banks have their new address and phone number PRIOR to submitting their profile updates.
Affiliates who lose their account login information may retrieve it via the “Forgot your password?” option found on the “Sign In” screen of the Commission Partners website. All changes made to account holder information, whether done online or by telephone, are logged. It is the policy of Commission Partners not to change an account holder’s name unless we have an official name change notification on file (e.g. marriage certificate, notice of name change).
Bet Best ting Partners clients’ also log IP addresses for system administration purposes. We use IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our servers. The Commission Partners’ website contains links to other sites; however, we are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of said websites.
These Terms and Conditions form a legally binding agreement between an Affiliate applicant (or an approved Affiliate) (“Affiliate” or “you”) and CommissionPartners in relation to the CommissionPartners Program (the “Program”).
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS OF SERVICE CAREFULLY AS THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING LEGAL RIGHTS, REMEDIES AND OBLIGATIONS. You should print off and/or save a copy of these Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) for your records.
CommissionPartners manages the Program on behalf of its Clients.
1.1 These Terms apply to an Affiliate’s application to, or participation in, the Program.
1.2 An Affiliate may not apply to or participate in the Program unless they accept the Terms.
1.3 An Affiliate may not apply to or participate in the Program if they are not of legal age to form a binding contract with CommissionPartners, or are otherwise precluded from participating in the Program under the laws of the country in which they are resident.
1.4 The Terms shall be deemed accepted by an Affiliate upon (i) submission of an application to participate in the Program; or (ii) continued participation in the Program.
1.5 CommissionPartners may make changes to the Terms from time to time, and CommissionPartners will make a new copy of the Terms available at www.CommissionPartners.com. Affiliates understand and agree that if they continue to participate in the Program after the date on which the Terms have changed, they are deemed to have affirmatively accepted the updated Terms. An Affiliate must regularly check these Terms to determine whether they have been updated and CommissionPartners is under no obligation to inform an Affiliate when the Terms have been updated. When CommissionPartners posts changes to the Terms, the “Latest Update” date at the top of Terms will be updated. If an Affiliate elects not to continue to participate in the Program following such changes, such 1.6 Affiliate must inform CommissionPartners in writing via the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org that they wish to cease participating in the Program. In such circumstances the provisions governing termination with notice (see clause 3.2) shall apply.
1.7 The following definitions shall apply in these Terms:
2.1 To begin the enrolment process, a potential Affiliate will submit a complete Program application via the Website (the “Application”). Upon joining the Program, the Affiliate certifies that he/she and the referred Affiliate Player are of legal age, not in any way under 18 years old and is legally capable to participate in the Program based on his/her local laws.
2.2 CommissionPartners will evaluate the Application and will notify the potential Affiliate of its acceptance or rejection to the Program. CommissionPartners may reject any Application if it is determined, in CommissionPartners’ sole and absolute direction, that the Application, the Affiliate or related Affiliate website is unsuitable for the Program.
2.3 Unsuitable websites include, but are not limited to, those that:
2.3 In the event that an Affiliate has specified to advertise, market and promote for more than one Client Brand, CommissionPartners may choose to accept the application for one of its Clients and reject it in respect of another Client.
2.4 CommissionPartners at its sole discretion shall determine which products an Affiliate is entitled to promote.
2.5 If CommissionPartners rejects the Application, potential Affiliates may re-apply to the Program at any time. Affiliates should also note that if CommissionPartners accepts an Application and the Affiliate’s website is thereafter determined, at CommissionPartners’ sole discretion, to be unsuitable for the Program, CommissionPartners may terminate this Agreement in accordance with clause 3.3 and 3.4.
2.6 An Affiliate shall not attempt to open more than one Affiliate account without prior written consent from CommissionPartners, nor will an Affiliate earn commissions on their own or related persons accounts. Affiliates are not permitted to wager with an Affiliate account. If an Affiliate would like to play on a Client Website, such Affiliate must set up a separate player account on the Client Website. If an Affiliate would like to test the system, CommissionPartners will provide the Affiliate with a demo account. In the event of a violation, CommissionPartners has the right, at its sole discretion, to void all earned commissions applicable from such play. For avoidance of doubt any Client Website personal player account must not be directly tagged to an Affiliates account.
3.1 The term of an Affiliate’s participation in the Program (“Term”) will begin upon CommissionPartners’ written confirmation of acceptance into the Program.
3.2 Either CommissionPartners or an Affiliate may terminate this Agreement and their participation in the Program at any time, with or without cause, by giving the other party at least 30 days written notice of termination (such notice to be sent to CommissionPartners by email to email@example.com (Attention: Affiliate Manager).
3.3 CommissionPartners has the right to terminate the Agreement without prior notice, in CommissionPartners’ sole and absolute opinion, if an Affiliate breaches any terms or conditions of this Agreement.
3.4 CommissionPartners has the right to terminate the Agreement without prior notice if an Affiliate does anything to bring any of the Clients or the Clients’ Brands into disrepute.
3.5 If the Agreement is terminated pursuant to clause 3.2, the Affiliate will be entitled to unpaid Commissions if any, earned by or on the date of termination. For the avoidance of doubt, no Commissions occurring after the date of termination will be paid.
3.6 If the Agreement is terminated pursuant to clause 3.3 and 3.4, the Affiliate shall not be entitled to unpaid Commissions, if any earned by or on the date of termination.
3.7 CommissionPartners reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to close accounts due to any of the following reasons:
3.8 Any balance remaining on an account closed pursuant to clause 3.7 will be forfeited upon closure. If you want to participate again in the Program, you will need to open a new account.
4.1 All rights and licenses granted to the Affiliate shall terminate immediately.
4.2 The Affiliate must remove all Client and CommissionPartners Program banners from their website and disable any links to the Client Website(s) and the Website from their website. CommissionPartners may withhold any final payments, pursuant to clause 3.5 for a reasonable time to ensure that the correct amount is paid to the Affiliate.
4.3 If CommissionPartners continues to permit activity (generation of revenue) from the Affiliate’s customers after the date of termination, this does not constitute a continuation or renewal of this Agreement or a waiver of termination.
4.4 The Affiliate will return to CommissionPartners any confidential information and all copies of information in their possession, custody and control relating both to CommissionPartners and the Clients. The Affiliate will cease all uses of any trade names, trademarks, service marks, logos and other designations of CommissionPartners, its licensors and of the Clients.
4.5 The Affiliate and CommissionPartners will be released from all obligations and liabilities to each other occurring or arising after the date of termination, except with respect to those obligations that by their nature are designed to survive termination, as set out in this Agreement. Termination will not relieve the Affiliate from any liability arising from any breach of this Agreement, which occurred prior to termination.
5.1 CommissionPartners grants to an Affiliate:
5.2 CommissionPartners will provide a variety of graphic and textual links to Affiliates for placement on their website(s). Subject to the Terms, Affiliates may display the links as often and in as many areas of their website(s) as they desire.
5.3 Each Client Website will register Affiliate Players with an account. By opening an account with a Client Website, each Affiliate Player agrees that all of such Client Websites’ applicable rules, policies and operating procedures will apply to them. Each Client Website reserves the right to refuse Affiliate Players or close their accounts if necessary in its discretion.
5.4 CommissionPartners will track Affiliate Players’ play on behalf of each Client and will supply reports summarizing customer activity to the Affiliate. The form, content and frequency of the reports may vary from time to time in CommissionPartners’ sole discretion.
6.1 For the purposes of this clause 6, “Net Revenue” shall calculated as follows:
6.2 Any payments made pursuant to this clause 6 shall be referred to as Commissions. CommissionPartners reserves right to offer different commission structures in respect of different Clients.
6.3 Revenue Share Scheme:
6.4 Commission Scheme:
6.5 Commissions by Program
In the event that an Affiliate delivers fewer than 3 new real money depositors in any 6 month period, CommissionPartners may, at its sole discretion, drop that Affiliate’s Revenue Share Commission to 10% until the Affiliate is able to deliver 3 new real money depositors.
CPA/Hybrid commission plans are only offered on a case by case basis at the operator brand discretion.
In the event that an Affiliate delivers fewer than 3 new real money depositors in any 6 month period, CommissionPartners may, at its sole discretion, drop that Affiliate’s Revenue Share Commission to 10% until the Affiliate is able to deliver 3 new real money depositors.
As of February 28th, all CPA agreements will be suspended.
6.6 For a player to be considered “active”, please refer to their respective program set out at clause 6.5.
6.7 Net Revenue shall be calculated for each Affiliate Player and in respect of each Client Website for which the Affiliate acts and the aggregate of all such calculations shall be the amount to which the relevant percentage is applied.
6.8 The determination of a payout (if any) in the event that fraudulent activity has been discovered will be at CommissionPartners’ sole discretion.
* For commissions paid out via Bitcoin, the conversion will be based on the exchange rate prevailing on the day before the payout date.
6.10 There is no maximum payout applies.
6.11 For the avoidance of doubt every Affiliate will participate in the Revenue Share commission structure unless agreed between the Affiliate and CommissionPartners.
6.12 Referral Commission:
6.13 If any Revenue Share commission payment to a Sub-Affiliate is reclaimed under the terms of its agreement with CommissionPartners or any payment is made to an Affiliate in breach of clause 6.3 then that Affiliate will promptly repay the applicable Referral Commission or Revenue Share Commission it has been paid upon receiving notice to do so from CommissionPartners. CommissionPartners has the right to set-off any amount owed to it against any payments owed to the Affiliate under this Agreement.
6.14 All payments to an Affiliate under clause 6.12 will terminate when payments to the relevant Sub-Affiliate end for whatever reason.
6.15 CommissionPartners may, at any time, change the amount of Referral Commission due under clause 6.12 in respect of any new Sub-Affiliates referred by giving notice.
7.1 An Affiliate shall use its best endeavours to actively and effectively advertise market and promote a Client Website as widely and aggressively as possible in order to maximize the financial benefit to both the Affiliate, the Client and the Client Brand. From time to time, CommissionPartners may issue notifications to Affiliates setting out any jurisdictions from which it will not accept players (a “Restricted Jurisdiction Notification”). An Affiliate shall not engage in advertising, marketing and promotional efforts which violates the terms of any Restricted Jurisdiction Notification. Restricted jurisdictions may consist of countries or states within countries so Affiliates must use all reasonable endeavours to remain informed on which jurisdictions are restricted jurisdictions. An Affiliate shall only engage in advertising, marketing and promotional efforts which reflect positively upon the business reputation of a Client and the Client Brand.
7.2 CommissionPartners has no obligation to retag any Affiliate Players with incorrect or incomplete tracking information to the proclaimed affiliate’s account.
7.3 Affiliates are responsible for providing all required documentation for the verification of ownership of their account.
7.4 It is the responsibility of the Affiliate to ensure that the correct tracking is utilized on its website. CommissionPartners will not change the Affiliate tracking ID for Affiliate Players resulting from incorrect or incomplete tracking. CommissionPartners is not responsible for Commission Fees generated from Affiliate Players with incorrect or incomplete tracking information.
7.5 An Affiliate shall not offer any incentives to their referrals outside what is offered on site by the partner brands. This includes but is not limited to rake back, insurance, cash back or anything where a referral is compensated outside the normal incentives offered by the operator site or without prior written consent of the partner brands and/or affiliate program.
7.6 An Affiliate shall not establish any Facebook, Twitter or other social network domains, blog domain, profile name or display name containing any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand.
7.7 An Affiliate is restricted from purchasing any domains that include any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand or bidding on any keywords or keyword phrases that include, any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand in any format in any pay per click (PPC) search engine. This includes, but is not limited to, the following search engines: Baidu, Sogou, Overture, Google, Bing, Kanoodle, FindWhat, ePilot and Ah-ha.
7.8 An Affiliate is restricted from utilizing derivatives of any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand in URLs and directory names for the intention of search engine optimization.
7.9 An Affiliate is restricted from setting up any site redirects from any page on their website or network of websites so that the page goes directly to a Client Website.
7.10 An Affiliate is restricted from optimizing any page of their website(s) for keyword or keyword phrases that include, any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand in any format. This includes, but is not limited to, meta tags, headers and body content.
7.11 An Affiliate is restricted from purchasing or building off-site text links with anchor text for keyword phrases any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand.
7.12 Banners and links may not be placed within unsolicited email, unauthorized newsgroup postings, chat rooms or through the use of “bots”. Commission Fees earned from traffic generated illegally or in contravention of these Terms will not be due and payable to an Affiliate. An Affiliate shall bear all costs and expenses incurred in connection with the advertising, marketing and promotion of a Client Brand. An Affiliate shall not create, publish, distribute, or permit any written material that makes reference to any names, words and phrases that are or can be deemed to form part of a Client Brand without first submitting such material to CommissionPartners and receiving prior written consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.
7.13 An Affiliate agrees to cooperate fully with CommissionPartners in utilizing and maintaining links and other promotional tools as supplied by CommissionPartners. Furthermore, an Affiliate agrees to:
7.14 CommissionPartners employs strict eDM (email direct marketing) guidelines and policies for affiliates, media and other third parties. The eDM guidelines and policies serve to protect the “Client Brands, and email reputation with customers, Internet Service Providers (Google, AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.) and spam services including Spam Cop, Spam Assassin, Goodmail, Bonded Sender and others. Affiliates that conduct unauthorized eDM communications advertising any of the Client Brands are subject to CommissionPartners placing their Affiliate account under review and withholding all funds otherwise due pending investigation. Classification of eDM communications that would be subject to review includes unsolicited email (spam), spamvertising and spoofing. By registering as an Affiliate, an Affiliate agrees to abide to CAN-SPAM and FCC regulations and employ best practices in all marketing email communications. An Affiliate further acknowledges and agrees that subscribers and customers may incur expenses in dealing with Spam-generated mail, and that CommissionPartners or its Clients may potentially incur legal expenses and penalties as a result of unauthorized third party email communications and in such event expenses will be deducted from the Affiliate’s account. In such cases, CommissionPartners shall determine such amounts in good faith and CommissionPartners’ determination will be deemed accepted by the Affiliate, and such amount will be collectable by law in accordance with this Agreement. Should these expenses not be covered by funds in the Affiliate’s account CommissionPartners reserves the right to investigate alternative means for obtaining payment. For example: should the Affiliate’s account have generated purchasing accounts CommissionPartners will hold payment of commissions for these accounts until such a time as the account for damages has been cleared. Should the Affiliate’s account be inactive and not be generating profit through commission payments CommissionPartners reserve the right to demand payment from the Affiliate. CommissionPartners will seek criminal and contractual sanctions against any Affiliate and Affiliate Player involved in fraud, dishonesty or criminal acts. CommissionPartners will withhold Commissions due to an Affiliate where fraud, dishonesty or criminal acts are suspected. Affiliates agree to abide by the fraud policies of all of the Clients.
8.1 CommissionPartners will procure the payment of Commissions earned pursuant to clause 6 on a monthly basis in arrears and according to the applicable Commission structure.
8.2 Payment for the preceding month shall be processed by schedule below. If an Affiliate’s Commissions earned do not exceed the minimum payout amount in any given month, then payment will be carried over to the following month until they exceed the minimum balance.
8.3 It is the Affiliate’s responsibility to secure his/her account information. If the affiliate account is taken by others for any reason, and that Affiliate’s commission payments have been affected, CommissionPartners shall not be liable to pay again any commission applicable to that affiliate account that has already paid out.
8.4 Any negative revenue Share Commission resulting from negative Net Revenue in any calendar month shall be carried forward to the subsequent month(s).
8.5 It is the Affiliate’s responsibility to select the method of payment and to pay transaction fees associated with their selected payment. It is also the Affiliate’s responsibility to ensure that the bank details saved in the system are complete and up-to-date by the end of the previous month. Unless otherwise stipulated, payment will be withheld.
8.6 In the event that it is necessary to change amend the payment method or bank account details for receiving commission, Affiliates must submit new details at www.commissionpartners.com and may be asked to provide supporting documentation at the sole discretion of the affiliate program. CommissionPartners shall endeavour to approve the change request, provided all supporting documentation is complete, by no later than one day before the end of the month for the payment to be made by the payment schedule outlined in clause 8.2 of the following month.
8.7 All amounts are calculated and paid in accordance with CommissionPartners’ reasonable and good faith means of statistical analysis and customer tracking methods. Affiliates agree that CommissionPartners’ statistical analysis and customer tracking methods are accurate and reasonable and its calculations final.
8.8 If an Affiliate fails to display banners and text relating to banners of Clients in accordance with instructions from CommissionPartners, CommissionPartners shall have the right to withhold all Commission payments due to such Affiliate until CommissionPartners’ instructions have been followed.
8.9 If an Affiliate Player is banned from playing at a Client Website for any reason, and the relevant Client returns any deposited funds to the Affiliate Player, the Affiliate will not be entitled to any Affiliate Commissions earned by the Affiliate in respect of the revenues generated by such banned Affiliate Player. This could also be grounds for Affiliate account termination at the sole discretion of CommissionPartners.
8.10 If an Affiliate Player is being investigated for credit card, bank information or address verification, CommissionPartners will withhold payment of Commissions earned by the Affiliate in respect of revenues generated by such Affiliate Player until the investigation is completed.
8.10 Unless an Affiliate informs CommissionPartners, within 30 days of receipt of any Commission payment, of its belief that the Commission has been incorrectly calculated and the wrong amount been paid then the Affiliate is deemed to have accepted that the Commission paid to it has been calculated correctly.
9.1 NO ADVICE OR INFORMATION, WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, OBTAINED BY AN AFFILIATE FROM COMMISSION PARTNERS OR IN RELATION TO THE PROGRAM SHALL CREATE ANY WARRANTY NOT EXPRESSLY STATED IN THE TERMS. COMMISSION PARTNERS FURTHER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.
9.2 YOU EXPRESSLY UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT COMMISSION PARTNERS, ITS CLIENTS, ITS SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES, AND ITS LICENSORS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR: (I) ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES WHICH MAY BE INCURRED BY YOU, HOWEVER CAUSED AND UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY. THIS SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, ANY LOSS OF PROFIT (WHETHER INCURRED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY), ANY LOSS OF GOODWILL OR BUSINESS REPUTATION, ANY LOSS OF DATA SUFFERED, COST OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES, OR OTHER INTANGIBLE LOSS; (II) ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE WHICH MAY BE INCURRED BY YOU, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OR DAMAGE AS A RESULT OF: (A) ANY CHANGES WHICH COMMISSION PARTNERS MAY MAKE TO THE PROGRAM, OR FOR ANY PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY CESSATION IN THE PROVISION OF THE PROGRAM (OR ANY FEATURES WITHIN THE PROGRAM); (B) THE DELETION OF, CORRUPTION OF, OR FAILURE TO STORE, ANY CONTENT AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS DATA MAINTAINED OR TRANSMITTED BY OR THROUGH YOUR USE OF THE PROGRAM; (C) YOUR FAILURE TO PROVIDE COMMISSION PARTNERS WITH ACCURATE ACCOUNT INFORMATION; (D) YOUR FAILURE TO KEEP YOUR PASSWORD OR ACCOUNT DETAILS SECURE AND CONFIDENTIAL. THE LIMITATIONS ON COMMISSION PARTNERS’ LIABILITY ABOVE SHALL APPLY WHETHER OR NOT COMMISSION PARTNERS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF OR SHOULD HAVE BEEN AWARE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF ANY SUCH LOSSES ARISING.
10.1 This Agreement constitutes the whole agreement between an Affiliate and CommissionPartners in relation to its subject matter.
10.2 An Affiliate agrees that if CommissionPartners does not exercise or enforce any legal right or remedy which is contained in the Agreement (or which CommissionPartners has the benefit of under any applicable law), this will not be taken to be a formal waiver of CommissionPartners’ rights and that those rights or remedies will still be available to CommissionPartners.
10.3 An Affiliate may not assign this Agreement, by operation of law or otherwise, without prior written consent of CommissionPartners. Subject to that restriction, this Agreement will be binding on, inure to the benefit of, and enforceable against an Affiliate and CommissionPartners and their respective successors and assigns. Should an affiliated website be sold, that website’s existing sheet of players will not necessarily become property of the new ownership and treatment of such players shall be in the sole discretion of CommissionPartners.
10.4 CommissionPartners and the Affiliate are independent contractors, and no terms in this Agreement will create any partnership, joint venture, agency, franchise, sales representative, or employment relationship between the parties. The Affiliate will have no authority to make or accept any offers or representations on behalf of CommissionPartners. The Affiliate will not make any statement, whether on its site or otherwise, that states or implies that the Affiliate has the authority to represent CommissionPartners.
10.5 If any court of law, having the jurisdiction to decide on this matter, rules that any provision of these terms is invalid, then that provision will be removed from the terms without affecting the rest of the Agreement. The remaining provisions of the Agreement will continue to be valid and enforceable.
10.6 The Agreement, and an Affiliate’s relationship with CommissionPartners under the Agreement, shall be governed by the laws of Antigua and Barbuda, without regard to its conflict of laws provisions. The courts of Antigua shall be the non-exclusive courts of competent jurisdiction. Notwithstanding this, the Affiliate agrees that CommissionPartners shall still be allowed to apply for injunctive remedies (or an equivalent type of urgent legal relief) in any jurisdiction.
10.7 This Agreement and all representations, obligations, undertakings and warranties contained in it shall ensure for the benefit of any successor and/or assignees of CommissionPartners.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Affiliate expressly agrees to the terms and conditions of this Agreement by clicking the “Submit” button on the Affiliate Registration Form page.
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