Why They Are Rogue
While Integra may not be officially listed as rogue yet, there are reports of affiliates not receiving their commissions and CPA payments from the company. There are also reports of them being hard to contact about late or missing payments, and about spamming affiliates in spite of their no spam policy.
They may still be a viable option, but approach them with caution.
Integra Partners is a Malta based online gaming company, that promotes it’s own casino: the Grand Duke Casino. The casino itself is built on the Playtech software platform, and it’s marketed as being for ‘VIP’ players.
The Integra Partners affiliate program is free to sign up for, and the commission structure is based on the number of paying players you refer – with the commission percentage based on the number of players, rather than the revenues they generate.
Partners with 0 to 6 active players will receive 25% commission, 7 to 100 get 30%, 101 to 300 receive 35%, and affiliates with 301 or more active, paying players will receive 50% commission. There’s also a sub-affiliate or tiered affiliate program, where you can earn an additional 10% of the revenue share of the affiliates you refer to the program.
According to Integra, payouts are made twice a month, to a variety of payment options, except for ‘Royal’ affiliates, who are paid out on demand. There is also an affiliate dashboard, where you can track your earnings.