MONTREAL, QC. May 5, 2009 — CEO of Income Access (, Nicky Senyard, will speak to attendees at the Power 50 Summit (, taking place from May 10- 12, 2009. She will lead a discussion on the role and importance of affiliates in the iGaming sector, and how both sides of the relationship can ensure it works best for them. This will be one of a number of discussions at the 2009 Power 50 summit, where key executives of the most influential companies in online gaming meet to discuss some of the issues that face the industry.

Income Access is an official event sponsor for Power 50, and Ms. Senyard was invited to lead the discussion with Karim Wilkins of RakeTheRake ( It will begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 12, and will focus on how can partners can maximise the potential of the affiliate-operator relationship.

The Power 50 is an opportunity for networking in a relaxed yet business-focused environment. Over the three days of Power 50, the industry's most influential figures will join in a range of live debates and presentations.

“I am delighted an honoured to be asked to share our knowledge and experience at Income Access with the other members of the iGaming industry at Power 50,” said Nicky Senyard, CEO of Income Access. “We have always emphasized the importance of relationships at Income Access, and attributed much of our success to long-term partnerships. Our affiliate management team maintains very close contact with both partners and affiliates, and works very hard to make sure that both parties are up-to-date on all aspects of their program and the industry at large.”

Other discussion leaders and speakers at the Power 50 event include Andrew Smith, chief economist at KPMG; Ashley Highfield of Microsoft UK; Bwin CEO Manfred Bodner; Partygaming CEO Jim Ryan; Ladbrokes remote betting head John O’Reilly; Henry Birch of William Hill; Dragonfish chief Gabi Campos; and Nikolai Riesenkampff co-CEO of Moneybookers. On the final day Net Entertainment and Evolution Gaming CEOs Johan Ohman and Jens von Bahr will be joined by Michael Altrichter of

Income Access ( is a long-time partner of the online gaming industry, offering performance-based marketing solutions to gaming operators since 2002. Its CEO, Nicky Senyard, has led Income Access from its inception. Working with leading brands from across the industry, the company has forged partnerships with over 80 operators and 17,000 affiliates.

The Power 50 Summit is run by eGaming Review Magazine ( and will be hosted at the South Lodge Hotel in West Sussex, UK. It is an invitation-only event that takes place under Chatham House rules. However for the first time, this year eGaming Review is accepting questions for panellists ahead of the event, which will be answered in the June edition of eGaming Review and on Questions can be submitted to

About Power 50
The 2009 Power 50 summit is an opportunity for key executives of the most influential companies in the egaming sector to thrash out the issues that matter. Over three days, the industry's leading figures listen to the views of the panels and join in live debate. The event also provides opportunities for networking as well as debate late into the night over drinks.

About Income Access
Since 2002, Income Access has helped both operators and affiliates succeed in the igaming space by leveraging affiliate marketing. Working closely with its partners to provide them with affiliate marketing solutions, tailored to their unique needs, Income Access offers a blend of four services:  (1) an affiliate network of over 17,000 gaming affiliates, (2) affiliate management services, (3) white label affiliate marketing software, and (4) an SEM agency specifically for the igaming industry. Partnered with over 60 operators across all gaming verticals, Income Access works with some of the most trusted names in online gaming, including, Sportingbet, tombola, Ladbrokes, and Centrebet.

Nicky Senyard
Income Access


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