Earlier this week, bwin.Party Digital Entertainment announced the launch of its new instant-play online casino. With more than 75 new games, as well as millions in additional jackpots and several fresh promotions, players now have more options than ever before.

To go along with an increase in games, bwin has worked hard to improve the user experience. Players can now access promotions, bonus offers, and casino points through a new feature known as “My Casino.” Along with this, the use of a “single wallet” allows players to access their account bwin account without the need to transfer chips.

Daniel Better, Group Director Casino & Games, had this to say:

“The launch of the new bwin Instant Casino marks the delivery of our first consumer-facing synergy project since the merger of bwin and PartyGaming was completed back in March 2011. With games designed by our very own Games Studio, we will be offering bwin.com customers unique games, a state-of-the art experience and industry-leading jackpots.”

While the excitement at bwin has reached an all-time high, there is one question on the mind of affiliates: is the new instant-play online casino really worth promoting?

On Monday, we named the Top 10 WORST Gambling Affiliate Programs. Guess which company made the list? That’s right! bwin checked in on the list. While unfortunate, there are many reasons why this affiliate program had to be included

Last year, bwin retroactively changed the terms and conditions of their affiliate program. Affiliates were outraged by this change, due to the fact that every change benefited bwin – not the affiliate. This included cutting off revenue streams and being forced to go through a long process to simply collect the money they had already earned.

When an online casino rolls out a new service, especially one with 75+ new games, affiliates are usually excited. However, this may not be the case with the new instant-play online service from bwin.

Are you going to give bwin another try, despite the fact that they have made our worst affiliate list? Leave your thoughts below!

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