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G2A or Kinguin or any else gaming affiliate?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by lucha91, Mar 7, 2018.

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Which one would you recommend?

  1. G2A

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  2. Kinguin

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  3. Other (pls post in thread)

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  1. lucha91

    lucha91 Newbie

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    Hello there, I'm new here and this community looks amazing btw.

    I would like to start some affiliate after some years inactive and as I have some experience from years ago, I would like to start with some easy to manage affiliate which is in my eyes that type of G2A or Kinguin gaming affiliate.

    There is a lot said about g2a and I agree their commisions are too low atm, but I didn't find much information about Kinguin (i know they say 5% in t1, 0,75% in t2 and 0,25% in t3 -> true?).

    Could someone please help me to decide which gaming affiliate is the most sensible to start?
    Thank you! :)
     
  2. Nut-Nights

    Nut-Nights Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Check link share, i think they got few with good rates.
     
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    imrootx Junior Member

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    there is one offering 8% commission , "gamivo". you can try this one too.
     
  4. lucha91

    lucha91 Newbie

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    Thank you but is it possible to build my own team in gamivo affiliate or its just my ref link -> direct buyers? My plan is to build strong team in tier 1 who will not buy games but find the people who will. For example at kinguin it would be 0,75% commision for buyers from tier 2...small but in long term it has to be 100% passive income.
    Im going to start the journey thread anyway :)