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MAJOR AFFILIATE FIRM TO TOE THE NEW JERSEY REGULATOR'S LINE
30th October, 2015 at 06:14:33
FourCubed will no longer market any "illegal online gambling site" that serves US customers.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement's warning earlier this year that affiliate marketers who promote unlicensed operators in the New Jersey online gambling market could be prejudiced by such illegal activity (see previous report) has clearly influenced FourCubed, the parent company for Poker Affiliate Solutions (now PAS).
In an email communication this week, FourCubed CEO Chris Carlson advised:
"FourCubed's purpose is to generate leads for the online gaming industry, and we do this in compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations. In order to comply with the NJ DGE director's bulletin to affiliates we have been advised to cease all direct or indirect marketing and promotion of "illegal online gaming sites" doing business in US Markets by 10/31/2015.
"As of 10/29/15 FourCubed will no longer link to, market for, promote, or accept new advertisements and player sign ups at any "illegal online gambling site" that serves US customers.
"We are happy to help our valued customers and partners find new offers to promote to their users. If you would like new offers for licensed, legal gaming operators in the US markets, we can provide campaigns for social gaming, skill gaming or DFS where appropriate and legal to do so. We also have RMG offers for traffic from states with legalized online gambling such as NJ and NV."
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