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CasinoLuck Affiliate Program Review

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CasinoLuck is an excellent casino, and the CasinoLuck affiliate program is a great affiliate program to work with.

On the casino front – they use Net Entertainment Software. Unlike many other brands that use the Net Entertainment software however, CasinoLuck focus 100% on casino, and don’t offer sportsbook or poker. This stops any distraction or confusion from the user, and usually leads to higher conversions.

When I was approached by CasinoLuck to add them to my list of casinos to promote, it was a no-brainer – all the other Net Entertainment casinos I work with have a poker room and sportsbook attached to them, so it was good to mix it up. Across the board, I noticed higher conversion rates from my pure casino sites.

No poker or sportsbook too allows CasinoLuck to focus 100% on their casino which I really appreciate – it means the retention methods are focused solely on the casino player.

With just the casino, CasinoLuck have thrown everything into it. Their website is simple, elegant and solid – it’s laid out well, and is really set up for maximum conversion.

From the affiliate front, CasinoLuck Affiliates have been excellent to deal with. I work with Lina there, who I met years ago at an affiliate conference when she worked with another program. Lina has a lot of experience, and is a very sharp and intelligent person. She has been a pleasure to deal with, and is fantastic at communication.

CasinoLuck rely heavily on affiliates to promote them, so you can rest assured that the CasinoLuck Affiliate program is one that is going to value your relationship.

They also offer no negative carryover, net revenue up to 40%, and the possibility of CPA and Hybrid CPA.

CasinoLuck Affiliates also offer unique banners and landing pages. That’s one thing I really like about them – they make every affiliates experience unique. Different landing pages, different banners – everything set up to allow you to convert at the maximum.

Give CasinoLuck a try today – you won’t regret it. With their homepage translated into 9 languages, it is a fantastic brand to promote to Europeans. And with so many brands going “overboard” in terms of offerings – it’s nice to offer a more simpler layout for the player.


CasinoLuck is the only brand which is offered by the CasinoLuck Affiliate Progrma.

CasinoLuck uses Net Entertainment software, with an instant play option as well as a download option for their casino. The CasinoLuck Affiliate Backend uses Income Access software.

CasinoLuck does not accept players from the USA, however the Casino is strongly focused towards all other countries. The CasinoLuck site is translated into 9 different languages.

CasinoLuck is all about simplicity. You send players there and they’ll know what to do immediately. Their promotions on their website are not overwhelming – they’re laid out very clear to the user. However I should note that Casino Luck are all about customization – they like to work together with the affiliates to create individual campaigns and unique banners.

CasinoLuck focuses strongly on its list of games, as well as their welcome bonus. The welcome bonus is a 100% to €150 match deposit bonus. Everything is laid out well for the user, with the terms and conditions clear immediately – as opposed to hidden away, like many other casinos. This shows that CasinoLuck are attempting to create trust with the user from the very beginning.

CasinoLuck also offer a monthly reload bonus that all users can take advantage of. The bonus is a 50% to €200 reload bonus and is available every month.

On top of that, CasinoLuck focus heavily on individual retention plans. They make sure to target each user on an individual basis, to maximize their retention efforts.

Overall, the CasinoLuck brand is a solid casino focused heavily on earning the players trust.


This is the Casino Luck Affiliated Tiered Revenue Share scale:

Casino Luck

Net Rev Rev Share
$0-$5k 30%
$10k-$15k 35%
$15k+ 40%

What’s great about Casino Luck is that they have other offerings in addition to the revenue share, which a lot of Net Entertainment casino affiliate programs don’t offer.

First of all, Casino Luck offer a tiered CPA Deal. This is something you need to contact them about after signing up.

Casino Luck also offer hybrid deals. Again, contact them after signing up. Lead recruitment is also listed, which means if they hire someone to do work for them like recruiting affiliates(separate from a sub-affiliate deal).


From a marketing perspective, promoting Casino Luck is very simple. Their homepage and website is about two things primarily: Games and the Bonus.

Based on that, Casino Luck offer a variety of banners based around both the casino games that they offer, and the bonus that they offer. Their banners also mention progressive jackpots as an additional sell.

They generally stick with the same style of banner in their affiliate backend. However they work with every affiliate to tailor unique banners for their audience. So they actually have a wide variety of banners – they’re just all customized for each affiliate. You just have to contact them to discuss promoting them and they’ll come up with great banners specific for you.

One thing I really like is all the different currencies the banners are displayed in – and they actually have a multi-currency banner which is great. All banners are currently English only – but you can get banners made in different languages by request.

When promoting Casino Luck – I’d keep it simple. There’s no point overselling the site on features that they themselves don’t promote – keep it simple. You can focus on the fact that they value their players, and that their main focus is their games and bonuses, as well as of course the multi-currencies and multi-lingual options.

Here is a selection of Casino Luck affiliate program banners:


CasinoLuck is translated into 9 different languages.

The languages are English, Czech, German, Spanish, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Swedish and French.

The currencies offered at CasinoLuck are the pound sterling, Euro, US Dollars, Yuan Renminbi, Korouny, Kroner, Zloytch, Rubles, Rand and the Australian or Canadian Dollar.

Player deposit options vary depending on the country they are in. The list of options for payment are Visa, Mastercard, Visa Electron, Visa Debit, Switch/Solo, Maestro, Laser, PostePay, Moneybookers, EntroPay, Neteller, Neteller 1-Pay, Value Card, Ukash, paysafecard, SWIFF, Nordea Solo, Bank Transfers, Neosurf, iDeal, Przelewy24, POLI, BankLink, eKonto, Ewire, WebMoney, MULTIBANCO, TELEINGRESO, EPS, Giropay, InstaDebit, Nordea, DineroMail, Todito Card, LobaNet and EPAY.

Players are able to use handy filters to filter the payment options by currency and nationality to make it easy to see what their options are.

Players from the USA and Turkey are not permitted to play at casino Luck. There are no other restrictions.


Q: Can Americans promote Casino Luck?

Yes. Even though Americans cannot play at Casino Luck they can still sign up as an affiliate or promote Casino Luck.

Q: How do Casino Luck Casino pay affiliates?

All affiliate payments are made to your Casino Luck player account. You then have a huge variety of options to withdraw from. Payments have been made regularly by the 5th-6th of the month for the past few months.

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    This article, as are all articles on, was written by Graeme aka "Dealer Dan". Graeme currently resides in Kingston, Ontario and has been running his own internet marketing business since 1996.

    This article was written on November 9, 2011 however all articles are looked at on a monthly basis and updated to keep them relevant.

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