AffPapa announces year-long partnership with Betsson Group

AffPapa announces year-long partnership with Betsson Group

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Malta, 14th of December 2020 – Directory for iGaming affiliates and operators AffPapa has announced its latest year-long partnership with industry leader Betsson Group

Betsson Group is widely known for their passion for gaming and their diverse portfolio, offering over 20 brands including casino games and sportsbooks providing odds on over 200 000 events per year. The company is licensed in 15 jurisdictions, including Kenya, Malta and Denmark.  

After hearing about the service of Affpapa, Betsson Group Affiliates felt it would be in their best interest to get onboard early. So far, the service has been great and user-friendly, set up was easy with no hiccups. A tool we will optimize and utilize on a day to day basis. Great job!  

Said Paul Calleja, Regional Affiliate Manager – Emerging markets and Ceeca. 

The group is invested in providing a secure and transparent platform for their users. All transactions on the site are traceable in order to avoid fraud. Betsson Group also follows all the regulatory requirements of the jurisdictions they are licensed in. The team is diverse with over 52 nationalities, 47 of which are in Malta. Moreover, Betsson Group operates with 20 global and regional brands, giving them a wide selection and diverse portfolio. 

I’m glad to announce our year-long partnership with Betsson Group, which will be a very exciting prospect for both of us. Betsson Group is an industry leader and we take huge pride in partnering with such a power-house. I believe our affiliates are in for a real treat!

 Commented Lisa Stainfield, Head of Product at AffPapa. 

AffPapa is an affiliate directory aimed to facilitate the union between partners. Providing a high-quality database and advanced filters, AffPapa makes the journey of finding a suitable match less challenging and straightforward. 

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