AffPapa and West-Affiliates extend collaboration

AffPapa and West-Affiliates extend collaboration

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AffPapa and West-Affiliates extend collaboration

AffPapa is delighted to announce the extension of its partnership agreement with West-Affiliates, the leading affiliate program of WestCasino.

With a license from the Malta Gaming Authority, WestCasino is a veteran of the iGaming industry, as it has been on the market since 2017. The online gambling platform currently hosts over 9000 phenomenal casino titles including slot games from the world’s best game providers and a myriad of solid Live Casino offerings including Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat, Craps, Roulette, and much more.

With the help of AffPapa, WestCasino has been able to widen its horizons thanks to several partnerships with top-notch AffPapa registered affiliates. As a result, more and more players have been given the possibility of winning big at WestCasino through its excellent daily offers, bi-monthly tournaments, and highly rewarding loyalty program.

The Head of Affiliates at WestCasino commented:

“We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with AffPapa. We believe that our strong bond is mutually beneficial and we’ve truly grown close since this relationship began. If you’re looking to expand your business and find a trusted new friend, AffPapa just might be the product for you.”

AffPapa Head of Commercials Yeva Avagyan remarked:

“Having worked with WestCasino since the summer of 2021, we are excited to have this opportunity to extend our partnership. We are certain that our partner will continue signing lucrative agreements with our registered affiliates for years to come.”

AffPapa-registered affiliates looking to contact the operator can do so through our platform. Join the AffPapa directory and get the opportunity to work with over 1300 top affiliates and over 300 leading operators today.

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