|By Marketwired .||
|March 19, 2014 02:00 AM EDT||
STOKE-ON-TRENT, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 03/19/14 -- The bet365 affiliates programme began the year positively, gaining recognition from industry peers at the iGaming Business Affiliate Awards 2014.
The seventh annual iGaming Business Affiliate Awards ceremony was held during the London Affiliates Conference, at the city's Lancaster hotel. Following similar success on previous occasions, bet365 won awards in several categories.
Most prominently, bet365 was named Best Overall Affiliate Programme for the fifth year running. bet365 also secured Best Affiliate Programme awards for both its Sports Betting and Poker products, along with a Best Affiliate Manager award for Bingo.
These accolades recognise the first class service that the bet365 affiliate programme provides. Staffed by an enthusiastic and dedicated team, the programme enables affiliate partners to effectively promote a globally identifiable brand. Due to the quality of all bet365 products, affiliate partners achieve successful conversions at an enviable rate.
Affiliate partners benefit from a lifetime revenue share model at a competitive rate of commission. Due to bet365's one-wallet system, commission is earned on the activity across all products of each referred customer. Payments to affiliate partners are made quickly and reports provided for their use are updated accurately on a daily basis.
bet365 is one of the world's largest online gambling groups with over 10 million customers worldwide. bet365 offers an unrivalled experience across its Sports Betting, Casino, Poker, Games, Bingo and Financials products. The Group employs over 2,000 people and is one of the UK's largest private companies.
In the eGaming Review's Annual Power 50 for 2013, bet365 secured top spot for the fourth year running.
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