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    Default How the Revenue can become negative?

    Hello, may I know how the revenue from the players can become negative? The players also no yet complete the bonus required.
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    Hi Jment

    If you referred players have made a deposit, but have not yet used it to play on the real money tables this will appear as a negative balance, but will change to a positive once they start playing real money games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MargaretPKR.com
    Hi Jment

    If you referred players have made a deposit, but have not yet used it to play on the real money tables this will appear as a negative balance, but will change to a positive once they start playing real money games.
    Hi Margaret, may I know what is the reason:"players have made a deposit, but have not yet used it to play on the real money tables this will appear as a negative balance", is this effect the affiliates? Thanks.
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    Hi Jment

    Affiliate comission is based on net revenue, which is rake - 5% of deposit (transaction fees).

    So, a player who deposits but doesn't play will generate negative revenue for an affiliate, at least to start with...in most cases all these players will go on to play this money through and generate a positive comission for the affiliate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MargaretPKR.com
    Hi Jment

    Affiliate comission is based on net revenue, which is rake - 5% of deposit (transaction fees).

    So, a player who deposits but doesn't play will generate negative revenue for an affiliate, at least to start with...in most cases all these players will go on to play this money through and generate a positive comission for the affiliate.
    Thanks Margaret, good day!
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