An Internet entertainment provider of tournament-quality multi-player games of skill, announced today the launch of its lucrative new affiliate program that enables other Internet sites to easily and seamlessly integrate GameColony.com content.
Under this program, GameColony.com will reward its affiliates with the benefit of earning a recurring revenue stream based on the 20% of derived hosting fees generated from referrals participating in pay-to-play online matches and tournaments.
GameColony.com President and CEO Leonard Shneyderman stated, 'We offer a common forum for a growing number of players from all over the world to engage in healthy and entertaining online competition. We've engineered an affiliate program that works best with our unique business model and provides an income opportunity for our partners. This lucrative program is an integral part of our business plan and is our core online marketing initiative.' Shneyderman added, 'The name of the game on the Internet is still traffic and conversion -- our affiliate program is designed to be a win-win for all parties involved.'
The following real-time, peer-to-peer games of skill (with instant messaging) are currently available at GameColony.com: Chess, Checkers, Gin Rummy, Backgammon Cribbage and Dominoes. Players enter online competitions by contributing entry fees via a credit card or PayPal. The winner collects a cash prize based on the percentage of the tournament prize-pot, comprised of entry fees.
GameColony.com games do not constitute gambling because they involve predominantly skill, as opposed to chance, and the company also keeps players from getting in over their heads financially by limiting their monthly losses. 'Our fee-based tournaments are designed as interactive online entertainment for adults,' added Shneyderman, 'and are restricted to individuals of legal age in their respective jurisdiction. Players must also meet criteria for location eligibility in order to participate. As outlined in our Terms & Conditions, skill-based games with cash prizes are legal in 39 specified U.S. states and in most of Europe and Asia.'
For more information on GameColony.com, please visit the web site at http://www.gamecolony.com/