AffPapa announces new partnership with 888STARZ

AffPapa announces new partnership with 888STARZ

Posted by: AffPapa

Malta, February 24th, 2021 – Directory for iGaming affiliates and operators AffPapa is extremely thrilled to announce its newest deal with 888STARZ, who is the first gambling & crypto-mining platform all across the globe. 

The casino operator has been making waves in the industry with its bonus program thanks to which players receive 65% of the casino’s income, regardless of the outcome of the bet, every 24 hours.
888STARZ is licenced by the Curaçao Gambling Commission and was founded in 2020, making it a fresh face in the gambling scene.

Uniqueness of 888STARZ lies in the Reward system based on 888Tron token. The 888STARZ Team has created this exclusive system to share platform earnings with their users. Every 24 hours the Reward Pool is allocated among all token holders. You will not find such a bonus system in any regular casino. 

I am delighted to announce our annual partnership with 888STARZ. The collaboration has been a smooth journey, since we both share core values when it comes to product, quality and transparency. Also, excited to see all the offerings 888STARZ will bring to our worldwide based affiliate army. Once again, welcome to the family 888STARZ!!

Noted Yeva Nrava, Head of Commercial at AffPapa.

888STARZ utilizes a blockchain technology which is the most secure and transparent method to incorporate in one’s financial operations, meaning that the platform is extremely safe and trustworthy. It also has a unique reward system based on its own special token, the 888Tron token.

Senior affiliate manager at 888STARZ Partners Roman Bernatski said:

“Today we are proud to announce our new partnership with AffPapa!!
Our players make much more bets than in other projects, because we pay them for it from our own money.
You can imagine how this will affect your income from RS.
We invite you to become part of a unique project!”

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