The FairPoker affiliate program is based on a simple, lifetime revenue sharing model, as well as CPA offers.
Commissions for revenue sharing start at 25% of the value of actual money played by players that you refer, and can reach up to 35% (it increases incrementally with the referrals you send to the site.) There’s also a ten tier program, that offers revenues ranging from 2% to 0.1%, based on your tier level.
There are a variety of CPA offers associated with the program to, with earnings of between $70 and $120, again depending on the offer in question, and the volume of referrals you send to the site.
By all appearances, the FairPoker site is popular with both players and affiliates who want to make money off the boom in online gambling. The affiliate program is managed by AffClub, which also counts several other big name online gambling programs among it’s stable of offerings, and the lack of negative information on the internet should be a good omen for anyone that is looking for a gambling affiliate program to sign up for.
The only trouble that you may have with the FairPoker affiliate program is that because their casinos are licensed by Intercontinental Online Gaming (Ltd) in Antigua and Barbuda, and not in the US, you cannot sign up American players, which could hurt your commissions, as that’s one of the bigger markets for online gaming out there!
In general, FairPoker seems to be an above board and popular affiliate program, and if you’re not looking to market in the US, it’s one of the better online poker choices.