- 0-10 First Time Depositors - 30% Revenue Share Commission
- 10-20 FTDs - 35% Revenue Share Commission
- 20-30 FTDs - 40% Revenue Share Commission
- 30-40 FTDs - 45% Revenue Share Commission
- 40-50 FTDs - 50% Revenue Share Commission
- Available; details/rates to be discussed with affiliate managers
Affiliate Payment Methods
- Affiliate Wallet
- Play’n GO
- Evolution Gaming
- Booming Games
- Betsoft Gaming
- Pragmatic Play
- Wildblaster Casino
Affiliate Backend & Marketing Tools
Once affiliates manage to successfully register with Wildblaster Affiliates, the program will provide a wealth of promotional and marketing materials to ensure they can promote the Wildblaster brand effectively. To access these, affiliates will only need to log in to their account dashboards. These promotional materials include banners, images, logos, links, and other rich media content embedded with the affiliates’ unique tracking code. Players who click on these promotional materials are then tracked and recorded by the program’s monitoring solution. Affiliates can then easily check on the stats collected by the program by logging in to their account dashboards. These stats are updated regularly though affiliates can still get detailed reports by navigating to their account dashboard’s Reports page.
Wildblaster Affiliates ensures its affiliates that the commissions they earned in a month will be processed on or before the 10th of the following month. Unlike with most of its competitors though, the program processes the payout to an Affiliate Wallet instead of straight to the affiliate’s preferred payment method. From their Affiliate Wallets, affiliates can then withdraw their credited commissions worth at least €100 to their preferred payment method (Bank Transfer or Skrill) anytime.
Something affiliates might want to note is AskGamblers’ complaint of Wildblaster Affiliates. The independent casino gaming portal reports that the program is unresponsive to queries and has declined or delayed payments for their affiliates. With that said, this is still a relatively new program and the issue might just be a result of miscommunication between the two parties. Of course, affiliates should still exercise due diligence when considering the program.