The Deck Media brand of online casinos, which own Sloto’Cash and Desert Nights Casinos, has informed their faithful Affiliates that their existing US players are still welcomed at their casinos, the affiliate accounts will not change, and payments will stay on schedule. The software brand that powers the casinos owned by Deck Media [Rival Gaming] announced last week that they were closing their casinos to any “new” US players, and some existing Rival casinos have decided to switch software brands just so they can keep their online casinos open to US players. One of those casino groups is Affiliate Wide, which owns Black Diamond Casino, Box 24 Casino and Spartan Casino.
An email was sent out to all Deck Media affiliates stating, ‘Our Company has a plan of action which will keep existing players depositing and our affiliates earning commission. We invite you to subscribe to our newly updated newsletters so are in tuned to all retention and conversion campaigns, which will allow you to retain your active players and potential new players.
Deck Media is also adding more changes including a ‘live support’ team that will be available next month! Sloto’Cash and Desert Nights Casinos have been two of the most recommended Rival Gaming casinos available on the net. Most other Rival brand casinos have been flooded with complaints and payment issues from players and affiliates, but the Deck Media group have shown themselves to be the best of the best in the Rival group of online sites and have been the only bright spot in recent months for players who love the casino games found at Rival casinos, lets hope it stays that way now and in the future. Updates that are forth coming will be published here at Casino Scam Report as soon as they are available.By Patricia C. Senior Editor casinoplayersreport.com