It’s no surprise to me that some things are predestined and the fact that we have come across this huge network of websites inspired us to do more and get the major affiliate stories out there. Such as the story of Iwo Bulski, who has been industry for over 26 years and has built a large network of websites, even has published a gambling magazine and 3 books. It does not get any better then this, having to pick the brain of such a veteran of the industry.
E-PLAY Consulting is a company that delivers information from gambling world on their own dedicated website. The company delivers the newest information about gambling online as well as it’s stationary forms.
So, without any delays, here goes the interview with Iwo.
GAV: Hi Iwo, First, we would like to thank you for the opportunity to interview such a highly appreciated professional of the industry. Could you fill out the short form below so our readers can imagine your profile?
- Name: Iwo Bulski
- Age: 55
- Hometown: Warszawa
- Living in: London, Prague, Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona…
- Favorite Food: all kind of Chinese
- Must Read Book: “Cien años de soledad”
GAV: Tell us a bit about yourself, we want to know who Iwo Bulski really is, the main person behind the E-Play brand. Where were you born? What was the key idea of developing this large brand which covers every aspect of the Polish gambling market?
Iwo: I was born in Poland and I’ll live here till the end ( I presume). I’m working in a gambling industry since 1990. At the beginning I was mainly focused on working with gambling machines- street operations and in amusement arcades. I was running a couple of companies, as an owner and CEO. From 2003, I’m managing simultaneously website E-PLAY, which concerns gambling. Over the period 2008-2010 was publishing gambling magazine- month periodical printed in 10,000 copies every month, at the time the only periodical concerning this area of entertainment issued in Poland. From 2014 I’m focused exclusively on online gambling, currently running 6 websites under the same brand E-PLAY. I’m operating in UK for procedural reasons, like most of the companies affiliating and promoting gambling in Poland. I think that I already have some experience in the matters concerning gambling.
GAV: I must say that, since our launch we have been focusing on the Eastern and Central European markets and trying to get the local affiliate stories out, but haven’t come across your brand until yesterday. There are thousands of casino review websites out there, where do you think E-Plays websites stand at this point? Is it truly the oldest and biggest gambling information website in Poland?
Iwo: In my opinion online gambling market in Europe is already quite saturated yet there is still some place for new casinos and new brands. Those stable, operating for many years, are undoubtedly the most powerful and trustworthy. On the other hand, newcomers have different solutions and different view on the market. Moreover, in the era of smart phones and communication development, online gambling is entertainment without limits. This imposes credibility, but also increases business opportunities.
E-PLAY as an informational medium plays role of a broker, connecting gamers’ world with casinos, poker-rooms and bookmakers. Our goal is to pick reasonable and credible offers and push them towards gamer sector. In return we enable the player connection with any casino that goes through our evaluation process. For now, we are only interested in Polish market, in which I have the best discernment and potential, in some time E-PLAY brand will be more focused on European market.
I think that the readers of our websites and magazine in the last 14 years of E-PLAY brands’ existence gained trust to our assessments and judgments; for this I worked really hard for a long time.
GAV: What are the strong points of the website and what makes it stand out from the niche websites, beside its already gained credibility?
Iwo: Our websites: e-play.pl , e-play.eu , e-playkasyno, e-playbet, e-playpoker i e-playslot (under construction), complete each other through different content. Those websites present and describe separate sectors of gambling. This allows the reader to select the information he wants to focus on. It also facilitates promoting brands depending on their products. For example, in e-playcasino there are more descriptions and promotions of online casinos than in e-playpoker, where we focus mainly on describing tournaments, players and poker room promotion. This information network distinguishes us from other, admittedly older and better known informational-affiliative portals. We have also strong SEO promotion- Facebook, Twitter and other society media known in Poland.
I created also mobile app named E-PLAY ONLINE, available on Apple and Android, briefly describing content of all our websites. In May this year we are planning to launch new app along with the website- E-PLAY SLOTS, focused on casino games.
In Poland, E-PLAY is the only brand operating with all kinds of gambling.
GAV: What were the bumps on your road when you got started and how did you overcome them?
Iwo: Crossing from traditional gambling to online gambling is far from simple. I bypassed the difficulties because over the period 2008-2010 I was already on this subject in my magazine. We were working together with some of great gambling brands, promoting them, until drastic change in Polish gambling law occurred, forcing us to slow down.
Currently, direct promotion and affiliation of gambling is not contained in Polish law, so I’m operating in England. Although, in the Internet omnipresence era, it isn’t the deepest bump in the road.
GAV: As I have come to find out, you guys have also ran a magazine, called E-Play Magazine, which focused on the Polish gambling market. I have browsed through its content and have found many important and interesting news. I think that you’re among a few of the affiliates have ventured into this area. What happened, why did you shut this service down?
Iwo: Changes in Polish gambling law forbidden promotion of any products from this area. As it was the main income of my magazine, I had to quit publishing. Having great journalist team, builder headquarters and distribution network evolving for a long time, I had to suddenly quit with all of it. It was a thought time for me.
Uneasily acquired international contacts, participation in international gambling trades, visits to plenty of software and hardware producers- it suddenly lost its meaning.
I decided to replace the magazine with commerce. I had four regular shops in Poland and one big online shop (E-PLAY brand of course), distributing games, accessories and equipotent.
Unfortunately, the odds were not in my favor also this time. Products bringing entertainment for years became replaced. Everything became online: games, books, films, music. I had to constrain this area of activity, however online shop still exists and generates income. Well, I guess that’s the price of development.
GAV: Read somewhere that you are also the editor of three books, this is amazing. History of gambling, When MOB was in Las Vegas and Gambling online, to bad they are all in Polish, would have loved to read them. What’s the story behind these books?
Iwo: I thought that apart from being manager of gambling brand focused of machine exploitation, I have to extend my knowledge about how this area works. That’s where my interest comes from and that’s why I decided to buy those professional books. Two of those- „History of Gambling” and „When MOB was in Las Vegas” were the most interesting. I published them as E-PLAY publisher. I bought the copyrights for editing them in Poland, I undertook editing and professional translation along with distribution. We sold every copy of those. „History of Gambling”, which was sold instantly, had 2 editions; I still have some copies in my depot. We wrote another book- „Gambling Online”, issued in 2009, and again all the copies were sold. Unfortunately, I quit editing and publishing after legislation amendments. However, memories, experience and a couple of copies from this period remained.
GAV: We have browsed your website and found some high quality content. Are you writing it by yourself or you have a team of people writing the reviews? How many reviews are there on your website?
Iwo: From the beginnings of E-PLAY brand- as an informational website, commercial, publishing and now affiliative activity, I have great support of my brothers- Błażej and Bartosz. Their work with editing the content and developing the brand was and is invaluable. Especially Błażej, being a Marketing Manager, is extremely important to my brand. His skills, knowledge and contacts enabled E-PLAY its growth. As a creator and originator, I wouldn’t be able to make it without brotherly help.
Apart from them I have several other employees, 12 people directly bonded with this project. Just like in times of publishing the magazine, I have several editors specialized in this area. Each of them specializes in editing the content typical for the given website. We have IT expert independent from SEO, internet graphic designer. I am manage the brand set its course of action. Sometimes I write an article or review, but I don’t do this often. I don’t want to seem like a mentor or teacher; what I know about gambling I rather present with my work than with my words.
GAV: There is also a huge amount of legal news about the Polish gambling market, and I can see passion behind that writing. Are you doing that yourself?
Iwo: As I mentioned before, I know a bit about gambling, conducting gambling brand for 26 years. For consciously moving through this area, it is necessary to know regulations and conditions allowing to operate in a legal sector of this branch. Writing and informing our readers about it is somehow apparent consequence of this fact. In my team, second of the brothers- Bartosz- specializes in searching through legal and economical materials; his articles are most popular among the readers. Personally, I am not writing much myself, from time to time I allow myself to comment on some event of phenomenon.
GAV: How do you keep the content fresh and devoid of clutter when a lot of fluff and nonsense appear on the Internet on a daily basis?
Iwo: We base our materials on credibility. Before posting news, coverage or article we check the source and choose only credible ones. Just like with casino promotion, I know this area well enough not to promote the entity I am not certain about. Of course, we have made some mistakes in the past, but luckily just a few.
Being responsible and not practicing politics makes us credible media, as seen by our readers. These translates into our statistics and financial income.
GAV: We are sure that you receive daily messages from Affiliate Managers showcasing their products. You of course select them by the brands they work with; but what are your thoughts on how Affiliate Manager-Affiliate relationships should be built?
Iwo: Obviously, we are getting loads of offers, a lot of companies want to be promoted on this area. As I mentioned before, most important thing is the credibility of the casino, usually gained on being present on trades, meetings and direct contact of the manager with our representative. We are in good terms with most of them, after all success from both sides depends on mutual understanding. We conduct special promotion actions, with various results, but we are working on our good image all the time. That’s what we, and casinos we are promoting, depend on.
It was different when I started this activity on promotion field (affiliation), it is different now, when E-PLAY brand is widely known and recognized. We needed time, précised goal and consequent actions. And of course vision, which I luckily have.
GAV: How do you see the future of the gambling industry? For instance, will it become a truly global phenomenon in the near future?
Iwo: Of course, the world is a global village. Online gambling will be developing without any obstacles, what we should be worried about are legal issues. Government doesn’t want to facilitate our work, nevertheless current regulations enable predictable investments and operating without any worries. When I was in Asia, Manila, I acknowledged that Asian market is still new and undiscovered, comparing to what’s happening in Europe. African market will be the next giant market for development. We are waiting for changing the regulations in USA. After all, they enables native citizens- Indians, to open their casinos in their nature preserves. We hope that American administration would allow also gambling online. After all, in some States, marihuana was recently legalized.
GAV: Can you name one change that you want to see in the casino affiliate ecosystem?
Iwo: I don’t see a reason for changing much in this ecosystem. I think the important thing for the market is to control its own pathologies and frauds, because these happen quite often. That’s why informational websites exist- they can point out the dishonest limiting their movements. Developing a gambling brand is such expensive and time-absorbing process that it seems unlikely for many fraudulent actions to be taken here. After all, customer-player decides about brand’s prosperity. And he is very sensitive to ratings and descriptions- it’s his own money that he’s risking.
GAV: What advise you would like to offer to the new affiliates who are looking to venture into this great industry?
Iwo: Patience. Getting to know this area by visiting trades and exhibitions. Using the information from professional magazines, participation in press conferences during trades. To be a good affiliate you have to go your own way… and be extremely consequent.
GAV: Who is your favorite celebrity?
Iwo: I don’t have anyone who I would call my idol or worship.
GAV: If you would just open your YouTube search bar, what would you search for?
Iwo: E-PLAY NEWS, of course; we post there funny and interesting videos from our branch. We post videos from trades, interviews and other materials concerning gambling.
GAV: Back to work. Do you attend any iGaming conferences? If so, which one is your favorite and what is your most fun experience?
Iwo: Unfortunately, I’m not attending this type of events, I don’t have any opinion about them. I feel like I don’t need attending on such events. I draw the knowledge about new solutions and assistance from magazines, descriptions… and contacts with my managers. They are dependent on results of my work. Apart from that, participating such events is extremely expensive; I don’t like to spend money on the things I can dig out myself.
GAV: How do you rate the chances of Eastern Europe becoming potential gaming hotpot of the future? Where do you think the region must improve upon?
Iwo: I’m not sure if there is such thing as European capital of gambling. For sure it wouldn’t be anywhere in Eastern Europe. Gambling is focused mainly on Malta, in Tel Aviv, Gibraltar, London. Eastern Europe has a chance to became a long-term operating area for casino and bookmakers, there are fastly developing networks of regular gambling along with online gambling, which is still quite a novelty and is really popular. Here are expected highest incomes, as written in various analysis made for big players on the market. No legal regulations and poorly developed idea of responsible gaming makes this region interesting gambling area. I think it would remain like that for the next 10 years.
Alright, here comes the fun part…., being a local in Eastern Europe, is there some part of the region maybe that you haven’t visited yet?
Iwo: I love to travel. I think there is no country on this side of the world I haven’t been to. I don’t like the term „Eastern Europe” for the area we are talking about, for me those are Ural regions. I have casinos from Russia and Estonia in my offer, I know there is a great potential for this business.
GAV: Where you wouldn’t want to travel in Eastern Europe?
Iwo: Because of business specifics, I don’t have to travel Europe, especially its Eastern part. I rather go to the Western part, travel along the Loire and visit the castles or spend the summer in Tuscany with its amazing landscapes. Sometimes I like to rest on some of Greek islands, sometimes I like to visit my beloved London or Barcelona, which I adore. Why should I go to the places whose future is unsure?
GAV: What is your opinion about EEG/GAV (Eastern European Gaming – eegaming.org)/Gambling Affiliate Voice – gamblingaffiliatevoice.com?
Iwo: I think that you’re doing a good job and you are visible on the market, as much as your promotion allows you to. I didn’t have a lot of contact with you, but I’m certain that it will change soon. Of course with mutual benefit.
Digital Marketing Mixer to be hosted for second iteration of FREE business networking on 30th June
Last month saw the launch of the first Digital Marketing Mixer, a FREE business networking event created by Lee-Ann Johnstone which hosted over 150+ iGaming and Affiliate Marketing professionals in attendance.
The event which received outstanding delegate reviews, will be hosted again on Monday 30th June between 4-6pm (BST) via Zoom. The aim of the speed networking event is to bring together affiliates and digital marketers, technology providers , agencies, experts and marketing service providers together to promote their services virtually.
With limits on travel and attendance at physical events still in play opportunities to network for new business have been limited. That combined with increased remote working has had a natural impact on business development slowing in the short term.
The Digital Marketing Mixer has been created as an open platform for professional social networking to take place in a structured but relaxed virtual atmosphere. The event has been created to support new business and continued lead generation for all businesses operating in the Affiliate industry.
Lee-Ann Johnstone, the event host commented: “The Digital Marketing Mixer is a key event for digital and affiliate marketing businesses to get better connected during this uncertain time. The objective is simple, bring people together to talk, to collaborate and ensure new business and service opportunities continue to thrive. I’ve created this FREE networking event for EVERYONE to benefit from in the affiliate industry to help get new business deals done.”
The mixer remains 100% FREE for delegates to attend and is open to any vertical. Once again the event is held in collaboration with founding collaborators GPWA.org, iBet Directory, and AffiliateINSIDER collaborating to deliver this event.
“The toughest part of the conference experience to replicate online was always going to be those oh-so-important conversations in the bar. I was delighted to find myself in just such conversations at the Digital Marketing Mixer – top marks! “ said Sue Dawson from bestnewbingosites.co.uk who attended last month’s inaugural event.
The Digital Marketing Mixer will offer a host of fun networking games, speed selling challenges and enable delegates to enjoy discussing the latest industry trends whilst providing a platform to market their goods and services. The focus of this event remains on getting digital and affiliate marketing professionals quickly connected, getting new deals – done!
Lloyd Richman, founder of iBet Directory commented: “The Digital Marketing Mixer Party is a great concept and offers all delegates the option to contribute unlike other webinars and conferences. It had a good mixture of natural event speakers, experienced iGaming professionals and new people to the industry. A great event which was highly successful.“
If you are an agency, affiliate, consultant, operator, digital marketer, payment provider or saas product owner, everyone working with or in the affiliate industry is welcome to attend.
RSVP FOR FREE and join the Digital Marketing Mixer – HERE
Mr Gamble is the fast growing iGaming affiliate taking the world by storm
Player-friendly approach to casino comparisons sees audience grow to new highs
In January 2019, two iGaming enthusiasts from southern Finland, Paavo Salonen and Jonas Kyllönen, created an affiliate site which follows a different path to competitors in the sector – Mr-Gamble.com was conceived to provide a user-friendly service that details the key benefits for different online casinos.
In a little over a year, the team at Mr-Gamble (owned by CashMagnet Ltd) has grown from two to sixteen people, and their site is attracting millions of views and an audience of thousands, eager to find a more discerning comparison site for online casinos. With such impressive growth, the company is now moving to bigger offices in their adopted home town of Tallinn, Estonia.
Putting the players first has been key to this success, with the team’s focus to build a casino comparison site which highlights the various benefits from leading online casino operators. Easy-to-use filters allow players to match specific search criteria to their needs, such as high quality casino bonuses, with a brand promise to help users “find a 200% bonus in under one minute”.
Moreover, with responsible gaming high on regulators agendas for 2020, not least due to COVID-19, Mr-Gamble’s onboarding policies for new casinos include strict criteria to ensure player protection. Time-out periods, self-exclusion options, financial limits, and more are all in place to reassure players that beyond the entertainment factor, their well-being is key.
Jonas Kyllönen explains, “While our competitors focus simply on the bonus offer and a select few aspects of gaming, Mr-Gamble.com highlights things like hidden T’s & C’s and other small details that make up the overall quality of a casino’s service and the bonuses they offer. We even include a section purely for casinos that offer free spins, allowing players to find free spin offers without deposits. This sets us apart from old school affiliates and builds trust with our audience, resulting in a high proportion of returning visitors.”
Kyllönen, who leads on all aspects of marketing for Mr-Gamble, also realises that staying plugged in to media platforms such as Twitch and Instagram enable the company to attract some of their users from the elusive millennial market.
“In just six months”, says Kyllönen, “we became the most watched slots channel on Twitch in Finland, and alongside our Instagram following, this allows us to stay in touch with our audience across multiple touch points – it’s been key to our growth. We still see SEO and PPC as the main pillars of the casino affiliates sector, but complimentary channels like Twitch are both entertaining and good for business.”
This well-rounded approach to the casino comparison sector is both innovative and forward-thinking, standing the company in good stead for the coming decade, during which adapting to change and staying on top of market trends will separate the men from the boys.
Mr Gamble’s affiliate offering is already well-established in Finland, and in April 2020 Mr-Gamble expanded operations to more English-speaking markets including the UK and Canada. The company also plans to target the US market, with licensing currently underway, and is looking at opportunities in Asia.
Alongside Finnish casino enquiries, the company invites English language operators from international markets, particularly in the UK and Canada, to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on deals and listings.
Exclusive Q&A with Marinos Shiapanis, CEO at Campeón Gaming Partners
We shall begin with the iGB award. How do you feel after winning this award? Had you expected this award?
We really didn’t. This was our very first time being nominated at the iGB Affiliate Awards and, given the fact that the competition was really high, we were not expecting to hear our name. Needless to say, we were – and we still are – overwhelmed and very excited. It was a team effort, and this is why we celebrated as a team after receiving the award in London.
This is the first time Campeon has been nominated for iGB Awards. And you hit the bull’s eye in the first instance itself. How do you see this honour: as a reward of your hard work or as a stepping stone for future innovation?
I think it is a little bit of both: it is definitely a reward and a recognition of the whole Campeón Gaming Partners team’s hard work and effort, but, at the same time, this is a stepping stone for us to do more, invest more in innovation, expand and further develop across all sectors. The whole team, and especially the Affiliate & Partnerships team, really devoted themselves to the company and they are the reason we have managed to win this award. Such an award is extremely important for us, as it shows how far we have gone in such a short period of time; we have managed to slowly establish ourselves in the iGaming industry, become a familiar face for affiliates in the market, expand our network and grow as a team and a brand. However, winning this award doesn’t mean we stop here; this is not just a motivation for us, but an obligation as well to work harder, focus more and deliver even better results. I think you will hear more of us the coming months.
The award recognises how Campeon stood out in terms of “transparency, inclusiveness and continuous support”. What are the things unique to the affiliate program of Campeon Gaming Partners?
Since the beginning, our vision was to create an affiliate program that would not only attract affiliates, but it would also keep them engaged. We started off with a small network and as we were building it up, we were also improving our program. Today, our network is comprised of over 1,000 affiliates and our affiliate team has managed to establish personal relationship with each and every one of them. To us, it’s crucial to put a face to the name; it’s not just about numbers, it’s about having a person who you know will listen to you and deal with your issues no matter how big or small. This is our way of thinking: we treat each affiliate’s request as equal, and I believe that our affiliates appreciate this.
In early 2019, our team dedicated themselves into redesigning the program’s strategy, aiming at building stronger, more interpersonal relationships with our partners, and providing them with better models in order to maximize their profits. At the same time, we optimized the affiliate experience, from the registration of the player, all the way to the affiliate statics’ analysis we have successfully merged, integrated, and incorporated all of the Campeón Gaming Partners’ brands into new platforms, ensuring that no affiliate activity was ever disrupted.
The award also mentions how Campeon offered tailor-made program to the affiliates. Could you shed more light into the deeply customizable affiliate programs of Campeon Gaming Partners?
Each affiliate has his or her own needs that looks into serving through a program. At Campeón Gaming Partners, we understand that, and every time we onboard an affiliate, we go into deep discussions with him or her to understand what they are looking for in our program. I think the most important fact for our affiliates is that we assign them their very personal point of contact, who is there for them whenever they are in need. So, when we onboard a new affiliate, we first assign him or her their point of contact, who makes sure to talk to him or her, understand his or her needs and goals and together they create a program tailor-made to the affiliate’s needs.
What are the qualities that you look forward to in an affiliate? Not all affiliates are likely to become successful, right? Based on your experience, what separates the successful affiliates from the rest?
We want our affiliates to treat us the same way we treat them: with respect and transparency. We always do our best to accommodate our affiliates’ needs, so we are looking into building partnerships based on trust. I think this is the most important part for us.
Regarding the second part of your question, I believe that definitely industry knowledge and audience play a significant part in separating successful affiliates from the rest. But besides these, I think that players are looking for affiliates who will be honest with them, affiliates they can trust; I believe it is the only way to build up a players’ audience.
New new social media platforms are increasingly micro-targetting the end customers and automated CRM tools are getting more and more advanced. In this scenario, how do see the future of affiliate marketing evolving?
I believe that affiliate marketing is already changing and with these new tools it will change even more in the future. We are now entering a new era: the digital and customized era. Customers are increasingly becoming more and more demanding; they now know they don’t have to compromise anymore with mass solutions, so they are asking for customized ones. They demonstrate their needs and preferences and demand for an experience tailor-made to them. I believe this is where affiliate marketing will focus in the future, and all the new or upcoming tools available, will give us the advantage of analysing the customers’ behaviours and providing the best solutions to them. Affiliate marketing of the future will evolve around customized player’s experience, in my opinion.
Finally, tell us about any big announcement in the near future. Expanding to more countries? Launching or integrating new products? Or a new marketing campaign? Our readers will be eager to read something first here.
A couple of weeks ago, we launched our first Pay N Play platform for the Scandinavian market, SvenPlay. In a few days, we will be launching our brand new, themed platform, Sons of Slots. This is a challenge for us, as it will be the first time we are introducing such a themed platform to our players. The Sons of Slots story goes back to the motor gangs of the US and it all evolves around that; rough street battles, leather jackets and ripped jeans, long hair, and endless road trips on their Harleys. This is what inspired us and we wanted to bring something very exciting to our players. Entering the Sons of Slots platform, our players will be transferred to a new world, the world of American motor gangs; they will play their favorite games in a new, adventurous environment, with exciting features, which will take their gaming experience to a whole new level. To bring this project to life, we have invested heavily in technology and this is why we partnered with a major agency, MaxCreate, specialized in bespoke front-end design, in order to be able to offer more flexible and versatile platforms to our players and to our affiliates.
I think 2020 is our year, and people will hear more of us: exhibitions, PR, awards… We will make it happen.
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