Poker Host Affiliate Program
Why They Are Rogue
Pokerhost is not considered rogue by any of the gaming industry watch dogs, but a few affiliates have mentioned on forums that their rakeback earnings from the system were either not paid, or vanished from their accounts. There was also a hacking incident a few years ago, that generated a fair amount of controversy.
Pokerhost is, as the name suggests, an affiliate program that specialises in allowing affiliates to promote online poker rooms and games. According to the company, their system already boasts over 12,000 players at peak times.
Signing up for the Pokerhost program is quick and easy, and once you have joined, you can promote any of their offers and games.
Pokerhost does not offer a CPA option for signing up new players, so payouts for the system are commission based only, and based on a tiered earnings system. Affiliates with $1 to $5,000 revenues attributed to their account earn 25% commission, up to $10,000 gets you 30% commission, up to $20,000 earns 35%, and $20,000 and more gets you 40% commission. Earnings are lifetime, so you will earn for all of the revenues generated by your players, as long as they are spending on the site.
Pokerhost provides all affiliates with tracking software and an affiliate interface, where they can keep track of their earnings, as well as free marketing materials (banners, offers and so on) for their site and for other marketing purposes.