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As used herein, the term “You” or “the Affiliate” shall mean and refer to your company. The term “We" or "Us" shall mean and refer to each of the following entities, individually or collectively, and all their respective parent and subsidiary companies:  

  • Global Interactive Marketing Online LTD, a company incorporated under United Kingdom law with its registered office at 1 Boundary Row, ground floor, London, SE1 8HP, United Kingdom, registered under company number 5779675.

    Hereinafter referred to as “LP”.

In addition ,CASINO DE SPA SA, with registered offices located at Rue Royale 4, 4900 LIEGE, BELGIUM, VAT BE0440077617, shall be part of this affiliation agreement and hereinafter referred to as “Brand”

To access and register to LP affiliation program, You are required to subscribe and complete an  account registration form via our application or website. Once we verify the information provided with your  account application, your account will be enabled and these T&C shall apply.

        1. PURPOSE  

These T&C govern the promotion by the Affiliate of the website of the Brand to the Brand customers (hereinafter “the Players”), through LP affiliation program platform made available by LP to the Affiliate, whereby the Affiliate will be paid by the Brand a commission as defined under these T&C depending on the traffic generated by the referred Players to the Brand.


“Affiliate” means the company(-ies) which has(-ve) registered to LP affiliation program and open an Affiliate account by completing a registration form via LP application or website  and, consequently, accepting these T&C as part of the registration application (or “You”).

“Applicable law” : means any law, regulation, judgement, legal principle or other (non) legally binding requirement of any governmental or public authority, such as a gambling authority, including without limitation any rule promulgated by any authority, which is in force within the territory where the Brand is providing interactive gambling operation to the Players.

“Brand” means CASINO DE SPA S.A, which intends to promote its website through affiliation platform made available by the Affiliate through the intermediation of LP.

“Commission” means the revenue paid by the Brand to the Affiliate in consideration of the Services provided to the Brand, as set out under clause 5 of these T&C.

“LP” means Global Interactive Marketing Online Ltd, as identified in the preamble of these T&C (alternatively “We” or “Us”).

“Party” or “Parties” means LP and the Affiliate, either individually, either collectively.

“Player” refers to a person referred by the Affiliate and having registered and opened a player account on one of the Brands website.

“Services” means any services to be rendered in connection the Brand website under LP affiliation program, according to Applicable law and clause 4 of these T&C, including LP guidelines and related safeguards, as set out under clause 4.1.a) of these T&C.

“T&C” means these terms and conditions.

“You” means the Affiliate.


3.1. LP affiliation program platform is made available to the Affiliate on a non-exclusive basis, "as is", "as available", according to business standards and subject  i) to prior approval of Affiliate account by the Brand; and ii) to liability limitations set out under clause 7 of these T&C.

3.2. LP and the Brand hereby warrant, represent and procure to i) administrate the turnover of Players of the Brand generated via the Services provided by the Affiliate in connection with the Brands, ii) record the net revenues and the total amount of Commission earned via the link.

3.3. The Brand shall pay to the Affiliate the Commission amount due depending on the traffic generated subject to the terms and conditions and the payment terms set out under clause 4 of these T&C.

3.4. The Brand may decide at its  own discretion not to approve any Affiliate account. In addition, the Brand shall remain free to accept or refuse any Player referred by the Affiliate and/or to close the related Player's account without any justification (such as for legal or compliance purpose or in the event of any breach of these T&C or Brand terms and conditions by the Affiliate) ; and ii) the Brand may disclose reports in connection with such breach, including to  any regulatory authorities.


4.1. Affiliate covenants. The Affiliate hereby warrants, represents and procures :

a. To actively and effectively advertise, market and promote the Brand at its own cost with the aim to maximize the acquisition and the retention of Players on the website of the Brand according to the highest affiliation business standards;
b. To provide the Services in compliance with to Applicable law, the highest industry standards, these T&C and any guidelines, including any specific regulatory guidelines provided by the Brand or LP from time to time, such as specific guidelines here attached; for sake of clarity, the Affiliate shall implement any requirement in connection with Applicable law.
To this end, the Affiliate shall implement and use, in connection with its affiliation services, best available techniques, which allow to assess, in accordance with Applicable law, that the Players reached by any recruitment or advertising activity of the Affiliate have reached the age required to take part to online gambling activity of the Brands.
c. To use only content, visuals, links and material provided by LP or the Brand via LP Affiliate platform – or otherwise approved by LP or the Brand - , and not to change or modify in any way any link or material without prior written authorization of LP or the Brand.
d. To refrain from promoting, online or offline, the Brands and all the products found in any territory where online gambling is not expressly regulated and authorized and/or where Brand are not duly licensed under the relevant applicable law. Any accounts opened in connection with these countries will be closed and will not be subject to any remuneration.
e. Not to target nor refer any Player who is under the legal age for gambling according to Applicable law, excluded or blacklisted by any gaming authority.
f.  Not to generate traffic to Brands by illegal, abusive or fraudulent activity, particularly but not limited to by:

1°) Sending spam;
2°) Incorrect meta tags;
3°) Registering as a Player or make deposits directly or indirectly to any Player account through his tracker(s) for its own personal use and/or the use of its relatives, friends, employees or other third Parties, or in any other way attempt to artificially increase the commission payable or to otherwise defraud LP or the Brand; The Affiliate may only, either directly or indirectly, open a Player account on the sites of the Brands for test purposes (“Test Player Accounts”). The Affiliate is not allowed to make real money deposits through any of trackers into such Test Player Accounts. The Affiliate is not entitled, directly or indirectly, to earn money, including any Commission, with respect to activity in the Test Player Accounts. Any test deposits to evaluate the Brands system is subject to Brands prior written approval. In any event, no Commission shall be due in connection with Affiliate own Player account nor a directly or indirectly related person's Player account. Neither You nor any connected Party on your behalf are entitled to any Commission or any other remuneration from LP in relation to such Players or accounts.
4°) take part with any fraud or abuse from other Affiliate or from any Player, in reference to Affiliate collusion, by way of any attempt to create fraudulent income with a coordinated effort; collusion shall include, but is not limited to:

  • coordinated bonus abuse in the attempt to collect Affiliate income;
  • coordinated betting where such bets are made as an offset to collect Commissions;
  • continual chargebacks by real money Players for reasons of collecting Commissions;
  • offering Affiliates and/or Players financial incentives for the purpose of gaining a rebate from your Affiliate commissions;
  • duplicate Affiliate and/or Player accounts for the purpose of collusion;
  • any other act which, LP or a Brand has determined through detailed analysis, as being used to collect fraudulent commissions.  

g. To cooperate and support any LP or Brands initiative in connection with responsible gaming.
h. To subscribe a professional liability insurance addressing all liability matters in connection with Services rendered under these T&C  and covering all LP or Brands, as beneficiary and in connection with all consequences and damages arising out- or resulting from the a Services provided under these T&C, either on a contractual, tortious or other basis.

4.2. Players supervision. The Affiliate represents, warrants and procures that each referred Player shall :

a. Refrain from any act which is prejudicial, libelous, unlawful or otherwise unsuitable or unappropriated towards LP or the Brands, including any comment on the Brands policy in respect – or in connection – with any Applicable law;
b. Comply with the terms of use and the terms and conditions of the Brands.

4.3. Intellectual property rights. The Affiliate agrees that all trade names, trademarks, copyrights and any other intellectual property rights, related to all content, component, support or work, regardless their support, provided by LP or the Brand, whether they are filed as a trademark or not, and whether or not they are accompanied by the initials TM or ® or ©, in connection with LP affiliation program and/or Services to be provided by the Affiliate (hereinafter “Intellectual property rights”) shall remain vested and belong exclusively to LP or the Brands, which shall retain the sole and exclusive ownership of such intellectual property rights.

The Affiliate acknowledges the validity of the Intellectual property rights and shall refrain, for the duration of these T&C and the duration of such intellectual property rights from any infringement or denying, challenging or attacking validity of these rights and from assisting any other third Party in infringing, denying, challenging or attacking such validity by furnishing information or advice or otherwise.

The Affiliate acknowledges that all exploitation rights made available under these T&C by LP or the Brands are strictly granted to the Affiliate i) on a non-exclusive, revocable, non-transferable and non-assignable basis and ii) with the aim to provide  Services through LP affiliation program and acquired Players in accordance with Applicable law and these T&C. Additionally, the Affiliate shall only use, to the extent necessary and where appropriate, the trademark, the trade name, or any other distinguishing mark of the Brand, strictly in accordance with- and in the context of this Agreement.

The Affiliate shall inform LP or the Brand of any infringement in connection with the Intellectual property rights and agrees to cooperate, as LP or the Brand deem necessary, in order to protect and enforce their Intellectual property rights.

4.4.Remedies. Without prejudice to earlier termination in accordance with clause 6.3, the Parties agree that, in the event of any breach by the Affiliate to these T&C, or traffic generated by Affiliate in infringement with Applicable law, or any other direct or indirect act or suspected act of abuse, fraud :

a. The Brand reserves the right to: (i) close Player account and/or Affiliate account; and/or (ii) terminate this Agreement without any compensation being due to the Affiliate; and
b. According to clauses 5.2 and 5.5 of these T&C, all Commissions in connection with any Player or from traffic generated by Affiliate in infringement with Applicable law or these T&C shall be withheld by the Brand or reimbursed to the Brand, without prejudice to any other remedy and/or liability provisions set out under clause 7 of these T&C.


5.1 Definitions. For the purpose of clause 5, the Parties agree that :

  • “Gross Revenue” shall mean the real money revenue generated by Players referred by the Affiliate as a result of them using the Services on the Brands.

  • “Net Revenue” shall mean Gross Revenue for the same period of time less wins and tax, bonus (if permitted by Applicable law), chargebacks, progressive jackpot contributions and processing fees. 

  • “CPA” shall mean a fixed first time depositing  Players acquisition fee (cost per acquisition).  Other conditions may apply for CPA to be paid, as set out in the specific terms and conditions attached in Annex of these T&C .

5.2 Remuneration. LP shall remunerate the Affiliate based on a CPA,  calculated on the Net Revenue generated by first time depositing players (hereinafter “FTDs” or First Time Depositing Player”) referred by the Affiliate. FTDs are those Players who properly register and make real money transfers at least equivalent to the minimum deposit into their betting account. The Commission shall be deemed to be inclusive of value added tax or any other tax if applicable.

No Commission are due for any Players registered in breach with Applicable law or these T&C, including notably excluded Players.

By way of derogation, but subject to prior written consent of LP, the fixed Commission based on CPA may be replaced by  a percentage of the Net Revenue of each referred Player in accordance with what is set out in the commission structures for the particular product, (hereinafter “the commission Structure”). The Net Revenue calculation is Brand and product-specific and it is set out in every Brand product-specific Commission Structure.

Where the Commission is calculated based on percentage of the Net Revenue of a Player, the Parties agree that the Commission is due  for  the duration  of the contract between the Affiliate and LP or any specific duration agreed in the Annexe of these T&C, provided that,  cumulatively, i) these T&C remain in force; and ii) the Affiliate provides  Services in connection with the Brand and in compliance with Applicable law and these T&C. According to clause 6.4c) and e) of these T&C, the Affiliate is not entitled to any commission after termination of these T&C, regardless the cause of the termination.

5.3 Payment terms. The Commission is calculated at the end of each month and payments, based a balance report which shall be issued by the 20th of the next calendar month. The balance report shall detail the Commission for each jurisdiction and Brands, either based on a CPA, either based on a percentage of the Net Gaming revenue. Provided that the amount due exceeds €50 (‘Minimum Threshold’) and without prejudice to the Brand  audit right, as set out under clause 5.5, the payment shall be made by the Brand within (30) days as of the date of the issuance of the balance report. If the balance due is less than the Minimum Threshold, it shall be carried over to the following month and shall be payable when it collectively exceeds the Minimum Threshold.

When Net Revenue for any particular month is negative, no commission shall be payable to the Affiliate in respect of that month and negative balance shall be carried forward to the following month.

Payment of commissions shall be made as per the payment method chosen by the Affiliate on LP AFFILIATION PROGRAM within thirty (30) days upon receipt of the invoice of the Affiliate. If an error is made in calculating the Commission, LP reserves the right to correct such calculation at any time and will immediately pay out underpayment or reclaim overpayment made to the Affiliate.

5.4 Acceptance and Affiliate right to object. Acceptance of payment by the Affiliate shall be deemed to be full and final settlement of the balance due for the period indicated. The Affiliate shall therefore refrain subsequently from any claim in this regard.

To the extent the Affiliate disagrees with the balance due as reported according to clause 5.3, it shall object the balance within a period of fifteen (15) days upon receipt of the balance and indicate the reasons of such dispute. Failure to send an email within the prescribed time limit shall be deemed to be considered as an irrevocable acknowledgment of the balance due for the period indicated.  

5.5. LP audit right. LP  may delay payment of any balance to the Affiliate for up to sixty (60) days, while it investigates and verifies that the relevant transactions comply with Applicable law and these T&C.

No payment shall be due when the traffic generated is illegal or contravenes any provision of these T&C, regardless the cause of such infringement and without prejudice to any other remedy.

In addition, the Affiliate agrees to reimburse all Commissions received based on fraudulent or falsified transactions, as well as any commissions paid for transaction resulting from or in connection with any infringement of these T&C, plus all costs for legal causes or actions that may be brought against the Affiliate to the fullest extent permitted by the law.

5.6. Taxes. The Affiliate shall be exclusively responsible for the payment of any and all taxes, levies, fees, charges and any other money payable or due both locally and abroad (if any) to any tax authority, department or other competent entity by the Affiliate as a result of the revenue generated under these T&C. LP or the Brand shall in no manner whatsoever be held liable for any amounts unpaid but found to be due by the Affiliate and the Affiliate shall hereby indemnify LP or the Brand accordingly.

     6. DURATION

6.1 Fixed term. The Parties agree that these T&C are in force as of the  date of the signing or the date of the approval of Affiliate account by LP  and shall remain in force for an undefined term , without prejudice to early termination rights as set out under clause 6.3.

6.2 Survival termination clause. The obligations assumed by the Parties pursuant to Clauses 4.3, 6.4, 7, 8 and 10 under these T&C shall however survive termination or expiry of these T&C notwithstanding the cause of the expiry or (early) termination hereof.

6.3 Early termination. Each Party shall have, for the duration of these T&C, the right to terminate it forthwith, subject to a prior notice of thirty (30) days. In addition , each Party shall have the right to terminate these T&C without notice, by sending written notice of termination by email to the other specifying the reasons for if any of the following events occur:

a. Party materially breaches any of its obligations under these T&C and, notwithstanding a written request from the other Party to refrain from such a breach in the future and, if possible, to prevent such a breach or breaches from occurring in the future and to rectify the situation, fails to comply with such a request, within the term required by the other Party in the letter of notice to be notified by registered letter; or
b. any act or omission of the Affiliates, whether related to these T&C  or not, that does or is likely to affect the gaming license of LP or the Brand;
c. any act or omission of the Affiliates which results in a material breach of Applicable law or these T&C, in particular but not limited to clauses 4, b), d) e), f) clause 8 and 9 of these T&C.
d. an event of force majeure prevailing for a period in excess of one (1) months, it being agreed that “Force majeure” shall mean any unforeseen event which is beyond the reasonable control of the Parties or any foreseeable occurrence the consequences of which may not reasonably be avoided that arises after the date of signature of these T&C and which prevents performance of these T&C, in whole or in part, by either Party, such as a regulation prohibiting (or restricting substantially) all or some marketing activities in connection with online gambling under Applicable law, cyber-hacking, a fire, destruction of facilities or equipment, strike, a natural disaster, default of a third Affiliate, which is not exclusively attributable to the Brand, power outage or Internet outage.

6.4 Effect of termination. The Parties hereby agree that on termination of these T&C :

a. The Affiliate shall remove all references to Brands from the Affiliate’s material, websites and/or other marketing channel and communications, irrespective of whether the communications are commercial or otherwise.
b. All rights and licenses granted to the Affiliate under these T&C shall immediately be terminated and all rights shall revert to the respective licensors, and the Affiliate will cease the use of any trademarks, service marks, logos and other designations vested in LP or  the Brand.
c. The Affiliate will be entitled only to those earned and unpaid commissions until the effective date of termination, subject to – if these T&C are terminated by LP on the basis of the Affiliate’s breach, any deductions to be paid to the Brand by the Affiliate in connection with the breach and/or LP claim arising from such breach.
d. The Affiliate shall return to LP any and all confidential information (and all copies and derivations thereof) in the Affiliate’s possession, custody and control.
e. The Affiliate shall release Brand and LP from all obligations and liabilities occurring or arising after the date of such termination in connection with Brands operation or these T&C, including any commission or indemnity in connection with the revenue generated by the Players Affiliate after the date of the termination of these T&C or the  Services.
f. Termination shall not relieve the Affiliate from any liability arising from any breach of these T&C, which occurred prior to termination and/or to any liability arising from any breach of clauses 4 and or 6 even if the breach arises at any time following the termination of these T&C.


7.1. To the maximum extent permitted by law and except as expressly set forth in these T&C, LP AFFILIATION PROGRAM platform is made available to the Affiliate according to clause 3.1 without warranty, either express, either implied, or representation or condition of any kind, nor undertaking in connection with availability, quality, durability, accuracy, reliability satisfactory, or fitness for particular purpose of LP AFFILIATION PROGRAM. Consequently, LP and the Brand hereby expressly disclaims any and all warranties in this regard, including in connection with any component provided by LP or the Brand, either directly, either through intermediation of LP.

7.2 If one of the Party is held liable, for any reason whatsoever and for any damages whatsoever, whether direct or indirect, whatever the legal basis invoked, whether it be contractual, tortious or other, these will be limited to the amount that, where appropriate, is covered by the professional liability insurance policy signed by the accused Party.

7.3. In no event will a Party be liable to the other Party or any other person or Party for any lost revenues, lost profits or any indirect, special, incidental, punitive, exemplary or consequential damages of any nature, whether based on warranty, contract, statute, regulation, tort (including but not limited to negligence), wilful misconduct or any other legal theory, even if such Party has been advised of the possibility of such damages, that may result from- or arise under this Agreement or otherwise with respect to these T&C.

7.4 Notwithstanding clauses 7.2. and 7.3, the Affiliate remains fully liable for its own  operation and all Services provided to the Brand under these T&C. In addition, the Affiliate agrees that :

a) it shall hold, without limitation, LP and the Brand harmless of any direct or indirect consequences or damages arising out or resulting from the provision of its Services.
b) In addition, the Affiliate irrevocably agrees to indemnify and hold LP and Brand harmless of any prejudice or consequences suffered by-  or damages to be paid by LP or Brand in connection with i) any claim or legal proceeding initiated by a Player referred to Brand by the Affiliate ; ii) any act resulting from an infringement to these T&C by the Affiliate, notably in the event of any breach to the Applicable law and these T&C, including, in particular, clauses 4.1, b), d) e) f), and clauses 8  and 9 of these T&C; or iii) any infringement to clause 4.2 by any Players referred to Brands by the Affiliate.
c) The Affiliate agrees and covenants that from time to time, LP affiliation program may be temporarily disrupted as a result of unforeseen circumstances, hardware failure, supplier failures, maintenance requirements and/or other temporary technical problems. The Affiliate accepts that the Brand or LP may not be liable for any direct, special, indirect, consequential, punitive or exemplary damages, or damages for loss of profits or savings, in connection with any of such temporary disruptions.
d) LP and The Brand may not be held liable nor responsible in connection with any material or content provided to the Affiliate in connection with the Brand. In addition, LP affiliation program may offer links from its site to other sites, usually those of its partners (surface links, deep links); such links and related websites are, unless otherwise indicated, not under the Brand or LP responsibility and independent from LP affiliation program. Consequently, these links and related website do not constitute an endorsement nor a partnership between the Brand or LP and these sites; the Brand and LP may not be held responsible for any gain/loss, content, products, advertising or any elements or services presented on these sites. Any hyperlink, of whatever nature, allowing access to LP affiliation program, requires the prior written approval from LP.
e) The Brand and LP may not be held responsible for loss, deterioration or damage to files, or for the transmission of viruses that could infect Affiliate's computer equipment. In addition, the Affiliate remains solely liable for its equipment, the security and confidentiality of its Affiliate account and interoperability of Affiliate equipment and software with LP affiliation program.


8.1. To the extent the Services to be provided by the Affiliate entail personal data processing by the Brand, LP or the Affiliate, the Parties undertake to adhere to- and shall comply with European (EU) Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 regarding the protection of physical persons with respect to processing of personal data (GDPR), and all national law with respect to privacy matter hereof.

To this end, the Affiliate shall :

a. Include an “unsubscribe” option in each electronic communication sent any data subject, either registered as Player or not, and the unsubscribe option shall strictly relate to the service provided by the Affiliate only, without any effect to the Brands website. This “unsubscribe” facility must be functional and operational at all times. No marketing material shall be sent to unsubscribed Players, under any circumstances.
b. Inform all Players, via a suitable privacy policy or other appropriate means, that tracking technology will be installed on their hard drive when they click on the links. The Affiliate shall provide such users with an easily-operable opportunity to reject the installation of such tracking technology.

8.2. By “Confidential Information” the Parties understand any exclusive data or information communicated by or in the name of one of the Parties (Disclosing Party) to the other Party (Receiving Party) to its staff or its subcontractors, which is not widely known or disclosed to the public, whatever its form may be (electronic, written or oral), at the time or the place when/where the Confidential Information is communicated and which includes, non-exhaustively:

a. Any Players data made available to the Affiliate  ;
b. Any communication and related data between the Brand, LP and the Affiliate and their representatives;
c. Any business secrets of LP, the Brand or the Affiliate;
d. Any other information that should be mentioned as being confidential by one of the Parties.

8.3. The Receiving Party agrees and covenants :

a. not to disclose to any physical or moral person, any or part of the Confidential Information and to preserve the strictly confidential nature of the Confidential Information with a degree of vigilance equal to that they reserve for their own Confidential Information. This degree of vigilance will not be, in any circumstances, less than the one a reasonably diligent and prudent person would reserve for such Confidential Information;
b. to use the Confidential Information for the sole purposes of the execution of the purpose of this agreement and not to make any other use of it without the prior written agreement of the Disclosing Party;
c. to return or destroy, within seven (7) days of the request of the Disclosing Party, the Confidential Information received and any document relating to it (including any computer file) without keeping a copy.

8.4. The obligations referred to in this article do not or no longer apply to the information that the Receiving Party can prove:

a. was in its possession without any confidentiality obligation before their disclosure by the Disclosing Party;
b. came into the public domain at the time it was disclosed or afterwards, due to no fault on its part or on the part of the user.

8.5. This confidentiality obligation shall remain in force as long as the Confidential Information does not come into the public domain and survive and continue in full force and effect notwithstanding the expiration or termination of these T&C.


    9.1.  The Parties undertake to comply at all times during the term of these T&C with Applicable law and any  laws, statutes, regulations and legal codes that may be applicable, and to maintain ethical behavior that will enable them to establish legitimate and productive relationships with third parties.

9.2. During the term of these T&C, the Parties undertake to not offer, promise or give to a public official or authority, nor to request, receive, offer, promise or give to a private individual, any consideration, benefit or advantage that could constitute an act of corruption.  

9.3. The Parties undertake to ensure their total and absolute rejection of any activity related to money laundering and terrorist financing. The Parties further declare that any funds used in the execution of these T&C derive from lawful activities.

9.4. Specifically, both Parties declare that they are not involved, and that the members of their governing and/or administrative bodies are not involved, in criminal or administrative proceedings or investigations into facts related to crimes against property, misappropriation of public funds, crimes against the socio-economic jurisdiction or against the public treasury and social security, or crimes of corruption, bribery or influence peddling, or in matters of money laundering or terrorist financing.

9.5. They also both declare that they have not been sanctioned, nor have the members of their governing and/or administrative bodies been sanctioned, in a criminal or administrative court for any offences and infringements mentioned in this paragraph.

Failure to comply with this provision shall entitle the other Party to suspend or terminate these T&C  unilaterally according to clause 6.3.e).


10.1. Capacity. Each Party guarantees that it has full capacity to enter and agree with these T&C and to be bound by all its provisions, upon access and registration to LP AFFILIATION PROGRAM. It guarantees also, if applicable, that the representative or each Party have sufficient powers to sign and enter into an agreement, and therefore act and commit on behalf of the relevant Party.

10.2. Good faith. The Parties shall cooperate in good faith and proactively as part of these T&C. They shall communicate to each other all relevant information for the proper performance of respective rights and obligations arising out- or in connection with these T&C

10.3. Assignment – change of control. The Affiliate may not assign its rights or obligations under these T&C without the prior written consent of the Brand. The Affiliate shall remain bound by any obligation arising out- or resulting from these T&C regardless any change of control within the Affiliate.

The Parties agree that the Brand prior consent shall be required in the event of change of control of the Affiliate in connection with ownership or governance of its company.

10.4. Independence. The Affiliate is an independent company and will execute these T&C, on its own name, using its own staff, who will remain under its control and management.

No provision of these T&C may be interpreted as creating a de facto association, a group of companies, an economic interest group, a joint venture or a franchisor to franchisee, employee to employer or a relationship entitling the Affiliate to act on Brand or LP’s name. Consequently, the Affiliate may not act in any way in the name of the Brand or LP, or bind the Brand or LP in any way.

10.5. Entire agreement. These T&C, as made available on LP AFFILIATION PROGRAM website or any related website,  contain the entire agreement between the Parties, concerning the purpose of these T&C and supersede and replace any other previous proposals, contracts, agreements, conditions or declarations of the Parties, whether written or oral, with respect to the subject matter hereof, including any terms and conditions attached to Affiliate invoices. The Parties agree that the specific terms and conditions here attached are part of these T&C.

10.6. Amendment. Any amendment to these T&C, as well as any deletions or additions, shall have to be agreed in writing by both Parties. Neither Party can avail itself of a verbal or tacit modification of the T&C.

10.7. Non-renunciation. The fact for either Party to these T&C of not requiring the strict application of any one of the terms, commitments or conditions that figure in it, may not be interpreted as the renunciation or a waiver by this Party of availing itself of them, or as a relinquishment of its rights, and both Parties can at any time require of the other Party the strict and complete application of all or part of the said terms, commitments and conditions.

10.8. Interpretation – severance. Whenever possible, the provisions of this T&C shall be interpreted in such a manner as to be valid and enforceable under governing  law, as set out under clause 10.1. However, if one or more provisions of this T&C are found to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, in whole or in part, the remainder of that provision and of these T&C shall remain in full force and effect as if such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision had never been contained herein. Moreover, in such an event, the Parties shall amend the invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision(s) or any part thereof and/or agree on a new provision in such a way as to reflect insofar as possible the purpose of the invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision(s).

10.9. Headings. The headings and sub-headings figuring in these T&C are included solely for convenience. By express agreement between the Parties, these headings and sub-headings cannot in any circumstances be used to interpret any provision whatsoever of the T&C.

10.10. Election of domicile – Notifications. The Parties agree to elect domicile at their respective addresses, as figure at the top of these T&C and/or the registration details provided by the Affiliate.

Any communication or notification executed or required in the context of these T&C shall be made in writing (including by email) and will be executed by sending it to or handing it over at the address of the other Party, as detailed below, by using a means of communication that can establish with certainty the reception date (for example, a registered letter with proof of receipt or a special mail). 

Any change of address by one of the Parties must be notified in writing immediately to the other Party, in accordance with this clause.

Any notification will be considered to have been remitted to the addressee on the day of delivery if it has been remitted by a messaging service, three (3) days after the mailing date if sent by registered mail, or the day following the date of sending of email, if sent by email.

10.11. Electronic communications – Enforceability. Each Party represents and agrees that these T&C and all electronic communications in connection with its negotiations or the performance of their obligations under these T&C are deemed to be formed, valid and concluded in compliance with requirements Art. 3.10 and 3.12 of EU Regulation nr. 910/2014 of European Parliament and EU Council of July 23rd 2014.

  • Each Party agrees additionally enforceability and probative value of any email exchanged between them via messaging software, provided that this mail is comprised of a series of signs intelligible and accessible for future reference, as per required by the aforementioned legal provisions. The Parties waive to discuss the probative value of an email which does not implement an advanced electronic signature (advanced) within the meaning of art. 26 of EU Regulation nr. 910/2014 of European Parliament and EU Council of July 23rd 2014.


11.1. Governing law. These T&C shall be governed and construed in accordance with Dutch law.

11.2. Jurisdiction. In the event of any dispute between LP and the Affiliate arising out- or resulting from the formation, execution, interpretation of these T&C, the Party shall use all reasonable endeavours to resolve the matter on an amicable basis.

All dispute arising out or in connection with these T&C shall be exclusively settled by the Business court of Verviers, Belgium.


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1. Regulatory guidelines (non-exhautsive)

Without prejudice to the restrictions set out under clause 5 of these T&C, the Affiliate shall comply :

    o Betting and Gambling Act (Wet op de kansspelen)

    o Media Act 2008 (Mediawet 2008).

    o Remote Gambling Decree (Besluit kansspelen op afstand).

    o Remote Gambling Regulation (Regeling kansspelen op afstand).

    o Decree advertising recruitment and addiction prevention (Besluit werving, reclame en verslavingspreventie kansspelen).

    o Regulation advertising recruitment and addiction prevention (Regeling werving, reclame en verslavingspreventie kansspelen).

    o Remote Gambling Policy Rule (Beleidsregels vergunningverlening kansspelen op afstand 2023).

    o Responsible Gambling Policy Rule (Beleidsregels verantwoord spelen).

    o Dutch Advertising Code for Online Games of Chance 2023 (Reclamecode Online Kansspelen 2023).

    o Additional guidance from the Netherlands Gambling Authority .

   As a result, the Affiliate shall :

           - Provide any Player or potential Playervisiting the Brands website(s), prior to any display, with an information containing the opportunity to opt-put and decline the reception of any recruitment and      advertising activities of LP or any of the Brand.

            - comply with the Do’s and Don’t, as follows, it being understood that the related guidelines are non-exhaustive and are provided based on the Applicable law in force on January 2024; consequently, the Affiliate is responsible for considering and implementing any additional legal and regulatory requirements in connection with the Applicable law which force :  


  • ✓ Recruitment and advertising activities must always be prudent and balanced.
  • ✓ Monitor and actively ensure that recruitment and advertising activities conducted by a third party on your behalf are compliant with the rules applicable to you as the licence holder; operators remain responsible for outsourced activities.
  • ✓ Advertising must be aligned with the results of the mandatory games of chance risk analysis.
  • ✓ Each recruitment and advertising activity must contain:
  • ✓ Applicable responsible gambling slogan: ‘’Wat kost gokken jou? Stop op tijd 18+’’ This slogan translates to: What does gambling cost you? Stop in time. 18+. Please use the Dutch wording of the slogan.
  • ✓ Minimum age of participation of 18 years (covered by abovementioned slogan).
  • ✓ A reference to the operator’s webpage where the following information is detailed:

    a) the specific characteristics of the games of chance offered;
    b) the determination of winnings or the potential prizes, and the deduction of gaming tax on games of chance;
    c) the cost of participation;
    d) other obligations that are attached to participation or the winning of a prize;
    e) the categories of individuals who must not be offered any games of chance;
    f) responsible participation in games of chance, the dangers of gambling addiction and access to addiction care;
    g) safeguarding the privacy of participants;
    h) the manner in which participation in games of chance may be terminated;
    i) the volume and the designated use of the revenues from games of chance.
    j) information that draws attention to the risks of excessive participation in games of chance;
    k) indications on the statistical chances of winning a prize;
    l) specifications whether there is a one-off participation or a subscription or continuous participation until further notice.

  • ✓ Advertising online (on websites, email and social media) must contain the warning that the content must not be shared with minors and young adults.
  • ✓ Social media-accounts of license holders must clearly indicate that it concerns an official account of the license holder.
  • ✓ Advertising containing a bonus offer must in principle contain the essential bonus conditions, unless not possible due to the size of an advertisement.
  • ✓ Excluded players and players subjected to an intervention must be spared from targeted advertising (period varying from 30 days to 12 months, depending on the severity of the intervention measure taken).


1. Advertising must not be conducted:

  • Using personal data which you already had in your possession before obtaining a licence or use personal data which are obtained from another operator who did not have a licence at the time such personal data were acquired.
  • During sports matches, horse races, harness races, for bets on those matches or races that target those who are present at or watching the relevant match or race other than on the games of chance interface.
  • For any goods or services other than the licensed game of chance on the games of chance interface.
  • In other games (not being games of chance, such as video games or social casino games).
  • For other online games (not being games of chance) on the electronic means used to offer the remote games of chance.
  • When information on addiction prevention is being provided.
  • When a player is availing himself of an addiction-prevention measure, such as accessing a website for a care institution or the possibility of being included in CRUKS
  • When a player is availing himself of an opportunity to amend the limits and when the player is receiving information on gambling limits.

Do not mislead

2. Advertising must not:

  • Create the impression that the consumer has already won or will win a prize.
  • Create the impression that by performing a certain act the consumer will win a prize or will obtain another similar benefit, whereas there is only a chance of this happening.
  • Present an unrealistic or incorrect picture of a product or service.
  • Attach conditions to the (once-only) free participation in a game of chance, when these conditions negate the free nature of the participation.
  • Neglect the message that clarifies the duration of the participation in a game of chance or the message that the free participation in a game of chance is automatically converted into paid participation without the consumer's consent.
  • Create the impression that the consumer can generally exercise a dominant influence on the outcome of a game of chance offered by a license holder.
  • Create the impression that the consumer can generally exercise a dominant influence on their winnings by taking part in training, education or any other (online) course.
  • Give the impression that the Board of Directors of the NGA has approved the recruitment and advertising activities, the games of chance or the license holder, other than through the neutral statement that a license holder has a license pursuant to the BGA.
  • Give the impression that the Board of Directors of the NGA has approved the recruitment and advertising activities, the games of chance or the license holder, other than through the neutral statement that a license holder has a license pursuant to the BGA.
  • Omit that the advertising has come from, or is being made for, an online game of chance operator.
  • Indicate that players can participate anonymously.

Do not incite excessive participation in games of chance

3. Advertising must not:

  • Incite impulsive decisions.
  • Create a strong sense of urgency, meaning promotions such as “today only”, “early birds”, “two for one”, and bonuses such as a “happy hour” bonus.
  • Promote games of chance as a solution to financial or personal problems.
  • Promote gambling as a lifestyle.
  • Trivialise the consequences of excessive participation. In this context texts such as 'it is safe to play', 'playing is child's play', 'harmless entertainment', 'risk-free' and 'completely safe gambling' should be avoided.
  • Use any language or other means which display, compare and/or encourage antisocial or criminal behaviour.
  • Promote any behaviour that can objectively lead to financial damage.
  • Promote that participation leads to social acceptance or happiness, is more important than family and friends or professional or educational obligations, will enhance personal qualities or self-confidence, can help the player set a good example, is a replacement for work or is like any other standard investment.
  • Promote that there no risk of loss if this is not the case, or that the game of chance is free from risk while this is not the case.
  • Explicitly exploit people's sense of greed.
  • Exploit people's superstitions about gambling or luck.

Do not be aggressive

  • Advertising must not suggest or create the impression that participants or prize winners are obliged to cooperate in any form of advertising.
  • Advertising by means of door-to-door campaigns is prohibited.
  • Advertising must not extend to sideline activities in unrelated industries. This means that it is not permitted to make participation in games of chance a condition to the participation in or the procurement of other activities or products, for example by making participation in a game of chance a condition for taking out a discounted magazine subscription or discounted healthcare insurance.

Do not be irresponsible (in light of the risk analysis)

4. Advertising must not:

  • Be conducted with a strong recruiting effect for a game of chance of which the risk analysis has demonstrated that it has a high-risk potential. Examples include banners, pop-ups or e- mails in which players are alerted to big bonuses or saving schemes for taking part in these games of chance.
  • Increase a risk factor of the game of chance that was identified in the risk analysis. If, for example, the risk analysis shows that the short-odds character of a certain game of chance entails a high risk of addiction, recruitment and advertising activities of license holders that point out the speed of the game and the speed with which the prize is determined increase that risk factor.
  • Encourage players to continue playing, whilst the risk analysis has demonstrated that the game of chance involves a high-risk potential. Examples of this include bonuses linked to the number of times a person plays or advertising activities aimed at creating social pressure (“what if one your friends will win the prize?”).
  • Present a game of chance as a relatively harmless game, while the risk analysis has demonstrated that it involves a high-risk potential.

Do not target minors or vulnerable groups of persons

  • ✓  as many safeguards as possible (i.e., excluding vulnerable groups from targeted advertising, age-gating below 24, agreements with third parties, using closed social media groups, using whitelisting).
  • ✓ This rule has existed for licence holders since 2021. After 1 July 2023, in principle advertising must not reach vulnerable people at all.
  • ✓ As mentioned above, there is an exception for sponsorship during the transition period of one or two years
  • ✓ Nevertheless, the "do not target" prohibition applies to targeted online advertising, and untargeted sponsorship advertising during the transition period, due to it being an existing rule.

5. Advertising must not target:

  • Minors;
  • Young adults (individuals 18 up to and including 23 years of age);
  • Consumers demonstrating an affinity for high-risk gaming behaviour;
  • Consumers with an intellectual disability;
  • Consumers who are addicted to games of chance, or who have been addicted in the past;
  • Consumers who have excluded themselves from taking part in games of chance organized by the license holder.

6. Measures:

  • ✓ Advertising in its used design, language, products, persons must not appeal to vulnerable groups of persons.
  • ✓ Do not advertise (names, logos, names of games) through products that are worn or used to a considerable extent by minors.
  • ✓ Do not display sponsor messages in the line of sight of or at locations targeting minors and young adults (such as schools, universities, amusement parks, playgrounds, toy stores).
  • ✓ Do not display sponsor messages in the line of sight or at locations targeting remaining groups of vulnerable persons (such as hospitals and addiction care clinics).
  • ✓ Do not display sponsor messages in or around children programs or family programs.
  • ✓ Do not use individual professional sportspersons, a team comprising of professional sportspersons or other role models for advertising and recruitment purposes.
  • ✓ As an exception, sponsorship of individual professional sportspersons or a team comprising professional sportspersons is permitted [until 1 January 2025, contract must have been concluded before 1 July 2023].
  • ✓ Youth teams and minor and young adult professional athletes cannot be sponsored.
  • ✓ Do not use comic book figures, superheroes or other fictitious characters or figures which might be expected to appeal primarily to minors or young adults.
  • ✓Do not use people under the age of 25, or who look as if they are under the age of 25 in advertisements.

To this end, the Affiliate shall :

  • ensure that recruitment or advertising activities will not reach vulnerable persons or persons under the age of 24 on the Brands website. Vulnerable persons are defined as persons who engage in risky gaming behavior;
  • and ii) warrant and be able to demonstrate, at the first request of LP, that the Affiliate is using best available techniques, that at least 95% of the Brands website visitors reached by any recruitment or advertising activity had reached the age of 24.


1. Bonuses are permitted and seen as a form of advertising; thus, all advertising rules apply to bonuses as well.

  • ✓  Players must be informed in an appropriate, clear, and comprehensible manner of the bonus, conditions for provision of the bonus and payment of winnings.
  • ✓ An opt-out of bonuses must be always offered.
  • ✓ On the webpage where the bonus can be accepted, the conditions, including essential conditions, must be given.
  • ✓ A first-time deposit bonus and a deposit bonus when a player returns after a period of six months is subject to limitations. The maximum bonus amount is:

    • If the first deposit is lower than €250 but €50 or more: 100% of first deposit.
    • If the first deposit is lower than €50: maximum €50
    • In any other event, the bonus may not exceed €250.

Bonuses may not:

  • Be targeted/offered to vulnerable groups of persons (including minors and young adults).
  • Be offered during a player’s participation in a game of chance (the period between a bet and the outcome of the bet is not considered as being during participation in a game of chance; bonuses may be offered in this period).
  • Be tailored to a player’s individual gambling behaviour.
  • Be granted if the player has not explicitly accepted the bonus conditions.
  • Be offered if the player has opted-out of such bonus offers.
  • Be offered when the player is subject to a bonus cooldown period (varying between 30 days and 12 months, depending on the reason for the cooldown period).
  • Be used if the contents and conditions of the bonus do not correspond with the presentation of the bonus.
  • Bonus offers must not expire within 24 hours as this leads to impulsive decisions (more than three days between offer and acceptance in any event does not lead to impulsive decisions. Any interim period will involve a case-by-case assessment).
  • Depositing multiple times cannot be a condition for a bonus to be granted.

2. Financial conditions

  • Your account must be validated by the Brand in order to benefit to a commission plan (CPA, Revenue Share etc...)..

  • Negative carry over : applicable

  • The cookie duration is thirty (30 ) days

  • The minimum amount for payment is €50.00

  • To the extent the Brand agrees on a revenue share commission plan, according to clause 5.2, the Parties agree that :

    a.   the Commission is due for the duration of the contract between the Provider and the Brand or any specific duration agreed in the Annexe of these T&C, provided that, cumulatively, i) these T&C remain in force; and ii) the Provider provides Services in connection with the Brands and in compliance with Applicable law and these T&C.
    b.   According to clause 6.4c) and e) of these T&C, the Provider is not entitled to any commission after termination of these T&C, regardless the cause of the termination. By way of derogation, but upon prior written consent of the Brand, the Commission is due for the life time value of the Player, provided that, cumulatively, i) these T&C remain in force; and ii) the Provider provides Services in connection with the Brands and in compliance with Applicable law and these T&C.


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