GIG is always seeking to be at the forefront of innovation in iGaming. Over the last year a significant enhancement to the user experience has emerged in the shape of PayNPlay.

The Innovation allows the users simple registration and immediate cash-outs, making gaming significantly more user friendly. As a result such PayNPlay Casinos have seen great conversion and retention rates for new users, significantly benefiting affiliates.

GIG is seeking to produce the leading PayNplay casino portal and is launching Thrills as a pure PayNPlay operator with no need for the end user to open an account with the operator as the issuing bank will guarantee the person’s identification and signature. As this service is only available in Sweden, Finland & Germany “Thrills” will be closing down registrations from all other markets on September 10th and we will discontinue all CPA deals in other markets and those above.

GIG has always striven to safeguard affiliates integrity. Players at “Thrills” from other markets that SE, FI & DE will be migrated to other GIG brands i.e Kaboo or Highroller. Players migrated from Thrills to Kaboo or Highroller will get their affiliate tag transferred to the new casino/player unless this player already has an account on Kaboo or Highroller and is tagged to another affiliate.

After a player is migrated to the new casino he/she will continue to generate rev-share commission as with the deal you previously had on Thrills. We will commence player migration on September 17th and launch the new service shortly thereafter. All affiliates with traffic from Sweden, Finland & Germany should however see immediate benefit in conversion and retention rates.

See more information about PayNPlay by clicking here.

Kind Regards,

GIG Affiliates Team
Esko, Kim, Chloe, Jonas & James

Hanna Dahl

Affiliate Manager

Mark Freese

Affiliate Manager

Esko Rissanen

Head of Affiliates

Chloe Borg

Affiliate Manager

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