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Building a Successful Gaming Business


Building a Successful Gaming Business

Group specifically aimed at the gaming industry and people who are looking at getting into the multi-billion dollar a year industry

Members: 10
Latest Activity: Sep 13, 2010

Starting out in the gaming business

Even though gaming is a world-wide multi-billion business, competition is tough, getting your sites keywords placed in search engines and exposure is one of the key components to running a successful business, but that is not all you need, you must offer content to attract players and providing a niche in the market can give you some great advantages, when I first started out several years ago I ran a site solely for local players, promoting both online and live games, this was coupled with a live tournament business that ran hand-in-hand. With the advent of the original gaming laws introduced as to regards to poker in pubs I was forced to diversify and expand into the global market. I made a lot of mistakes along the way and got involved in a few "bad paying" rooms, in this business, reputation is everything, and by upholding an honest approach and with integrety you can build a successful business, however this isn't easy for someone new, what I would recommend to anyone is getting involved with the gaming portal webmasters association as soon as possible GPWA for short. Here you will meet like-minded people as well as find out who pays and who doesn't. You will receive their expertise for free and can save yourself a lot of hit and misses. Anyone who is interested in setting up a gaming site, please feel free to contact me and I can give you some more pointers. If you would like to check my site out my web address is any conmments or critism is appreciated and if you would like help in setting up deals and accounts with poker bingo casino managers I can get you networked with the honest and hardworking ones

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Starting Your Gaming Promotion

Anyone considering adding gaming to their site may be interested in the following brands.Casino Las Vegas, Noble Poker, Party Casino, Miss Bingo and many more covering Casino, Bingo, Poker and…Continue

Started by Paul Robinson Nov 19, 2009.


Hi, do we have any Bloggers in here?Please let me know you.Also is there anyone here that Earns money (I mean a GOOD income like all the spam emails keep telling me) working from home?So many people…Continue

Started by Montana Robson Nov 4, 2009.

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Comment by Paul Robinson on May 25, 2010 at 9:16
WIth the World Cup Fever almost upon us I have a gaming site offering players a £25.00 NO LOSE bet on the World Cup 2010, they also have a football widget to promote this, quite a useful and very easy to install tool for offering your visitors a great promotion. If you need any help in setting this up let me know, takes 5 minutes to get the account and only 5 minutes to install the widget, you can see mine at
To get an account and set up

Register an account here
Comment by Paul Robinson on January 26, 2010 at 19:08
Interesting news is that recently Noblepoker took over r Tony G Poker on the same iPoker network and integrated it, you can now offer all your potential clients not only a $1000 depositors freeroll but also they can qualify for a $1800 tournament held every Sunday, with $1500 in cash and a $300 bounty on the Tony G himself. anyone interested in promoting this brand please contact me and I will put you directly in touch with their most active affiliate manager as well as help with any coding you need for your site.
Comment by Paul Robinson on November 19, 2009 at 14:46
Anyone considering adding gaming to their site may be interested in the following brands.

Casino Las Vegas, Noble Poker, Party Casino, Miss Bingo and many more covering Casino, Bingo, Poker and SportsBook

The good news, you can promote them from one program called AFFCLUB, this means your commissions and earnings are easy to track in one back-office, as well as links and creatives, to get an account for free all you need to do is register at the AFF CLUB SITE by clicking here

Gif Banners

Should you need any further help please leave me a message and i will be glad to help you get up and running
Comment by Harvey Raybould on November 13, 2009 at 5:14

I am not 100% sure but 99.9% this is not doable without a license as Paul says. I think there are some ways round it like having a company registered and the web site hosted in Belize for example, but in my opinion you will be opening up some big problems for yourself, if you don't obtain a licence.


Comment by Paul Robinson on November 12, 2009 at 16:05
You would certainly need to have a licence also you would need to check with Paypals t&c as to whether of not it was against their policies
The Gaming commission controls such activities both online and offline

Personally I think you would find too much red tape and costs to make this viable, I would certainly check out the rulings at the above site also look into PayPals rules as well, as they can and will freeze your account without notice.
Comment by GOstudentGO on November 12, 2009 at 14:20
Hello I just joined the group. I have a question please...I have a uk based website. I run a website with members, and I wanted to generate a lottery where the members would be allowed through PayPal to buy a ticket for £1.00. Then they would receive a random number. Then at a set date a random number would be selected, and the person with the number would then win what ever the volume of entries was less admin fee (paypal and holding fee). So of the £1.00 only 85pence would go in the pot. So if 500 people entered, the winner would not get £500.00 but £425.00. I do not know what to call this, so I used word lottery....can you tell me is this legal, can I run this and if so what would I need to do to legally run it? Please note this is online only! Anyone know if this is legal? Allowed? Doable?
Comment by Paul Robinson on November 6, 2009 at 12:35
there are various ways to promote,
A dedicated website,
Mailing Lists
Banners on Site

The advantage by having a dedicated page is that you can add content that also helps with the SEO and keyword rankings
For example, my Free Bingo Cash page

gets a lot of hits from traffic-rich keyphrases such as
"Free Bingo Cash" "No Deposit Bingo" "90 Ball Bingo" etc - If you are just promoting through a banner only, your market is your existing traffic and if that is not gaming related you may not get many conversions. Of course blogs are also a FANTASTIC way to promote, for example if you do a search on google for "Free Rummy Cash" you will notice the top result is safecontests blog (Which is one of mine and links through to my site) the second one is of course mine too ;)
Comment by Montana Robson on November 4, 2009 at 20:01
How many pages would I need? I am wondering if this would go on my business Blog.If not we do have a web site.
Regards Montana.
Comment by Paul Robinson on November 4, 2009 at 18:21
well the first thing to do is find a decent affiliate program, depending on what you want to promote, if you let me know what your looking for I will hook you up with the affiliate managers, their is no cost at all to start up
Comment by Montana Robson on November 4, 2009 at 18:18
Hi Paul, thanks for reply is there any cost to put this on your site? How do you start.
Regards Montana.

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