GPWA Times Magazine Issue 49 at a Glance

Articles Rankings
In this issue, we examine portal site owner rankings from the database. »

A Brave New World
An unimaginable pandemic has prompted formerly reluctant jurisdictions to dip their toes in the iGaming pool, which has created prime opportunities for both affiliates and operators.  »

Back to the Future
As the world adjusts to a "new normal" in the wake of the pandemic, changes in player habits and behavior could lead affiliates into a new era of multi-channel opportunities.  »

Is Esports Ready to Erupt?
The esports vertical continues to thrive. With new markets, evolving technology and increasing player participation, now is the time for affiliates to take notice. »

Preparing for Google Page Experience
For iGaming affiliates, understanding what it all means will be vital for maintaining current visibility and revenue streams. »
Affiliate Interviews

Still cranking after more than two decades in the affiliate business, this former chemist and current workout warrior continues to evolve, adapt and prosper. »

A voracious reader all his life, "artrust99" has gone from being a curious gamer as a kid to a self-taught and successful SEO expert and affiliate marketer.  »

He's been a professional gambler and a part-time pool "shark." But for his day job, "LegalBetAndy" manages LegalBet affiliate sites in some of the biggest markets in the world.  »
From the Forums
The Ethics of Becoming a Sports Betting Affiliate
GPWA members debate the moral dilemma of making a profit as a result of punters losing their bankrolls.  »
Affiliate Manager Interviews

An iGaming veteran of nearly 20 years, Anastasios discusses how the industry has changed and keys to forming successful relationships with affiliates. »

Martin of GAMING1 has worked with some of the biggest brand names in the business and has always been a big believer of “serving the customer.”  »
APCW Wall of Shame
Irish Fine Gael Senator Joe O'Reilly spearheaded the €100 bet limit for online casino players in his country with some interesting figures. »
Issue 49