Tipstrr.com launches in-house affiliate platform

Tipstrr.com launches in-house affiliate platform

New programme introduced following funding round

Published 5th October 2018

Tipstrr.com has officially launched its new in-house affiliate programme.

After a successful funding round in 2017, the Midlands-based startup rebuilt its tipster marketplace from scratch and has seen unprecedented growth in 2018.

Its platform provides a proving ground for professional and wannabe tipsters, with industry leading commissions and an automated platform that automatically verifies every tip placed. Having recently surpassed 1,000,000 verified tips on their platform, affiliates are able to promote tipsters from more than a dozen sports, including horse racing, football, basketball, American football and tennis.

Offering 30% commission on gross revenue, Tipstrr affiliates can further monetise their traffic and users using a new vertical that will only compliment their existing affiliate marketing efforts.

Damien Fearn, co-founder of Tipstrr Ltd, said: “We’ve launched this affiliate programme as another way to help continue our impressive growth through 2018. We’re working hard to increase the number of profitable sports bettors in the UK and around the world, and this affiliate program is the perfect way to reach the people looking to profit from sports betting.

“Having already partnered with several affiliates in the sports betting industry during testing, we’ve seen very positive results - and the feedback from our affiliates has been excellent – so now we’re opening it up to anyone who thinks their traffic or users would benefit from what we offer.”

Connor from TipsterChampions, an affiliate already using the platform, said: “I love working with the guys at Tipstrr as they are so proactive in everything they do. From my perspective as an affiliate, I am now seeing some really good levels of residual income coming in from ongoing subscriptions - which shows that the services on their platform are both popular and profitable enough for people to stay with the same tipsters long term.”

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