Wild Wild Bet Online Casino Review - Launches With Income Access

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Dec/06/2017

Curacao-licensed Wild Wild Bet has announced its affiliate program will now be launching on the Income Access platform.

New members of the Wild Wild Bet Affiliate Program will enjoy a 50% flat revenue share for the first three months of promoting the brand. The program will also feature a Tiered Revenue Share commission structure as its default. The default structure offers between 20% and 40% commission, based on revenue totals. Bespoke deals are also available and can be negotiated separately.

Two offers currently available are a 100% first deposit bonus as well as Free Spins Friday. Players also have access to a variety of reliable payment options, including Paysafe's Skrill and NETELLER digital wallets.

Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO of Income Access and Digital Wallets at Paysafe, said, "The iGaming space is becoming more and more competitive, and Wild Wild Bet is an exciting brand that's gaining momentum and cutting through the noise. We're very much looking forward to a long and successful partnership that is supported by both our software platform and affiliate management team."

Wild Wild Bet utilizes Evolution Gaming, a software provider that has received significant praise from LiveCasino.com, and NetEnt.  The site caters heavily to Russian players and offers its site in the Russian language as well as English.

Mostly Positive Reviews of Wild Wild Bet

From AskGamblers.com:

Very simple and understandable casino. I liked the layout, pictures and letters on the site are big and easy to read. Game selection in quite good but all the games won't work. I'm not from restricted country so I should be able to play all the games provided. If you like slots, there is and if you like live casino, there is it also. Very good looking casino, I'm waiting now my first withdrawal and KYC verification, let see how long does it take.

Another player writes:

The lay-out is nice and the menu is also clear and easy to see in your details of your profile.

New and Lack of Social Media Presence

From VegasSlotsOnline.com:

A slight negative and frustration is that the online casino doesn’t have any social media accounts. Unfortunately, the Wild Wild Bet Casino isn’t active on Facebook or Twitter or the like which is normally a useful way for players to keep up to date with the latest promotions and game releases on the website. It’s also a useful tool for players to make friends and interact with other casino enthusiasts, so the fact the Wild Wild Bet Casino aren’t on social media is certainly a bit of a frustration. However, it’s only a small negative.

***Note - This is a relatively new online casino having come online in 2017
- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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