AffPapa reveals new partnership with BetShah

AffPapa reveals new partnership with BetShah

AffPapa reveals new partnership with BetShah

Malta, March 12th, 2021 – Directory for iGaming affiliates and operators AffPapa is proud to announce its latest partnership with BetShah, an ever-growing online sportsbook and casino. The operator, true to its name, is a pioneer in the iGaming industry with a large high-quality collection of exciting games of all kinds from leading providers such as NetEnt, Playtech, Evolution Gaming and many more. 

 Ioannis Lagos, Head of Affiliates at Betshah, said: 

We started our cooperation with Affpapa one week ago, and I would like to point out that this service has already helped us to grow our affiliate network, even in this very short period. 

 BetShah currently offers an impressive 40,000 live matches every month, as well as live data from matches such as live scores. The operator is also licenced in Curaçao, and supports mobile platforms as well. Safe to say that this operator really has it all: a great atmosphere, exciting games and cutting-edge technology, and even aims to provide flawless round-the-clock service to all customers. Another distinguishing factor is that this casino accepts payments made by bitcoin, making it a crypto-supporting casino. 

Yeva Nrava, Head of Commercial at AffPapa, also commented on the new partnership and said: 

BetShah is what we at AffPapa ultimately look for in a partner –  an ever-evolving desire to deliver quality product and impeccable work ethic. The partnership sets a strong foundation for a successful relationship between our companies and I look forward to working more closely with BetShah over the coming months. 

BetShah Affiliates, associated with BetShah, is ready to provide its partners with dedicated commission plans and promotions, with exclusive awards and many more perks. 

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