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RTG Loses Play United

March 5, 2009 (InfoPowa News) — The Earn United Affiliate Program, owners of the formerly RTG-powered Play United Internet gambling venue, have announced a switch to Playtech software. The change comes in sync with United's fifth anniversary, and carries with it a special 50 percent commission offer for affiliate marketers.
United has been around for the last eight years, and boasts a management team with 30 years of experience. "We feel confident the new casino software will appeal to existing and new players due to the large selection of quality games," a spokesman said this week. "We've listened to what our affiliates have to say. Our conversions have been low over the past year and we acknowledge this. The migration to Playtech will significantly increase the casino's customer conversion rates, player values and directly increase earnings of our affiliate partners."
Licenced in Kahnawake, Earn United's operations include Play United, Play and Casino South African players are not accepted by this operation.