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Isle of Man online casino group Blackbet has announced that they've signed an agreement with affiliate group Income Access, and will use the group's technology to draw in players.
Blackbet offers online sportsbetting services to punters in Nigeria and the UK, which has healthy market for betting on soccer as well as horse racing, and other sports. Income Access has a software set to help affiliate sites promote betting brands, and this particular set will focus on the two main countries that the site offers services to.
Blackbet will be managing the affiliate program, but IA will be providing support as well as the backbone. We don't have a timetable as for the implementation of this software, but assume it can be put in place quickly.
Income Access General Manager Tara Wilson spoke about the agreement, revealing: "The sports-betting industries in Africa and Europe continue to evolve, and we're excited to provide technology support to innovative operator Blackbet, as it focuses on player acquisition in markets such as Nigeria and the UK."
Blackbet's Chima Onyewuchi added: "We are pleased to partner with Income Access to launch the Blackbet affiliate programme. Having a trusted technology partner like Income Access means we can offer a one of a kind value-added service to affiliates promoting our brand."