LarryCasino.com launches affiliate program with NetRefer

New European online casino brand LarryCasino.com has launched its affiliate marketing and player acquisitions program utilising NetRefer software.

Themed after popular 90’s video game ‘Leisure Suit Larry’, LarryCasino.com launched last March. The online casino will be managed by Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) subsidiary iGaming Cloud.

Using gamification mechanisms combined with a ‘storifyied gameplay’ LarryCasino.com aims to bring innovative play and engagement to the online casino sector.

The more players play and win on LarryCasino.com, the more they will get to see of the resort, with players being awarded further prizes for island progress.

NetRefer will launch LarryCasino on www.larryaffiliates.com with its premium product suite allowing enhanced management of marketing activities relating to its affiliates (both online and offline).

LarryCasino Statement David Plumi, Co-founder of Zynking and LarryCasino commented on the affiliate program launch, We are delighted to have partnered with such a professional software provider in the field of affiliate marketing as NetRefer. We are looking forward to a competent and successful cooperation.”
“We are very happy to partner with LarryCasino, an iGaming company which connects gaming and gambling under one consolidated brand, we are looking forward to a prosperous partnership between both our companies,” detailed Timothy Buttigieg, Chief Operating Officer at NetRefer.

 

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