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average earn for single player

webin asked 1 year ago
what is your average for single plaeyer to months ?
12 Answers
aksana answered 1 year ago
I think it would be better to divide a pool by this way:
<$200
<$500
<$1000
<$10000
<$20000
<$100000
Because it’s very difficult to find a player who’s lost less than $50 (and it is a minimum).

webin answered 1 year ago
what do you say ? you before to post you count untill 10 and after not post

I speak of average :

if you have 30 player and earn 6000 $, the avarege earn is 200 $.

do you understand ?
I hope of yes and if no I’ll explain again.
See how I am good with you : I’ll explain all to you.

aksana answered 1 year ago
webin wrote:
what do you say ? you before to post you count untill 10 and after not post

I speak of average :

if you have 30 player and earn 6000 $, the avarege earn is 200 $.

do you understand ?
I hope of yes and if no I’ll explain again.
See how I am good with you : I’ll explain all to you.

Yes, I mean this…

Dominique answered 1 year ago
webin wrote:
what do you say ? you before to post you count untill 10 and after not post

I speak of average :

if you have 30 player and earn 6000 $, the avarege earn is 200 $.

do you understand ?
I hope of yes and if no I’ll explain again.
See how I am good with you : I’ll explain all to you.

What Bava is saying is that there really are hardly any players who just lose one Dollar and you should have made your numbers larger.

Big Fish answered 1 year ago
also, the term player generally refers to a player that is actually making deposits. if you have sent over 6,000 players & only 200 are making deposits, then you count your player value from 200 players. not from 6,000.

AdminMikeBP answered 1 year ago
i will say it on the Best way

Never enuff:baaa: :happydanc

imteaz answered 1 year ago
my player earn me avarage $10 to $20 per month.
and couple of player earn me higest $200 per month.

antoine answered 1 year ago
If you’re talking about poker players the above figures are fine… but if you are talking about casino players add a 0 to each figure.

Kevin11 answered 1 year ago
Hard question to answer really.

Player value usually increases as time goes on and so forth.

I’ve seen the figure of $600-800 value per year per depositing player as a guidline. My crude math tells me that this isnt too far off if you take out 10%of the highest value players and 10% of the lowest earning players and figure on the average yearly value of the remaining 80% player base.

imteaz answered 1 year ago
antoine wrote:
If you’re talking about poker players the above figures are fine… but if you are talking about casino players add a 0 to each figure.

yes, i’m talking about Poker player. caz i dont promote casino.
but now i’m planing to promote casino, and lets see
but i dont know which casino to promote, i read all affliate thingi which scare me, caz im going to work hard and promote, what if they dont pay me? :@