Dragonara Interactive, the online version of the very popular Dragonara Casino in St. Julians in Malta, announced today that they have partnered up with Income Access for their online brand Dragonara Casino, where they will be using Income Access affiliate system platform.
The Dragonara Casino is the oldest land-based casino in Malta, build back in 1964, which was a long time before the small Mediterranean country was a tourist attraction or had any iGaming industry. These days the casino sees around 350,000 guests on a yearly basis, which isn't bad since it's located in a country with around 500,000 citizens.
Dragonara Casino went online with their casino in 2013, which has been a modest success so far, being able to revert some players who visited their land-based casino to also using their online casino. Players have the same choices online as they do live, including Roulette, Blackjack, Slots, Baccarat and many more, provided by Net Entertainment, Betsoft Gaming, IGT and Play'n Go,
“Introducing our affiliate programme was a natural progression for our business,” said Franco de Gabriele, Business Development Director at Dragonara Gaming Ltd. “Through our partnership with Income Access, we can now start offering affiliates a trustworthy programme for them to grow their business in partnership with a brand that has been operating in gaming for 50 years.”
The affiliates will be managed by Dragonara Casino's own in-house team, who is quite experienced in all iGaming area's and with Malta being the iGaming country in the world, plenty of good workers are easy to find.
“We’re already partnered with a number of US land-based casinos, so it gives me great pleasure to also see a prestigious European casino’s iGaming subsidiary integrate with our platform,” said Nicky Senyard, founder and CEO of Income Access. “The Dragonara Online affiliate programme offers affiliates the chance to profit from the convergence between the land-based casino and iGaming sectors as well as promote a brand with a heritage stretching back over half a century.”