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.
Exclusive Q&A with Jeton Kodia Co-Founder at Oddspedia
Let’s start with a few words about yourself. Our readers love top executives talking about themselves.
My name is Jeton Kodia and I have been in the gambling business since 2009. I became an iGaming affiliate when I turned my hobby into my profession. Gambling is part of my life – I love betting, casino games, and poker. Additionally, with my first name Jeton, it was somehow destiny that I had to step into this industry. I am addicted to football, and I had to lose quite some bets on my favorite team until I learned that when you want to take betting seriously, you need to refrain from your emotional attachment to a particular team and turn your attention more to comparing the odds. Besides football and pro sports in general, I bet on pretty much anything with my friends. This ranges from prop bets about winning at Playstation games to whether my first child will be a boy or girl. There is always something going on in my life which we can bet on.
Now on to Oddspedia. What led to the founding of Oddspedia?
As I already hinted at before, I wanted to focus more on the odds at sports betting. Therefore, I teamed up with Jan, whom I know since we were 18 years old, and who is equally passionate for sports in general and football in particular. Together, we co-founded our company and website Oddspedia. The main goal of our company is to provide valuable, competitive and user-friendly services for sports betting fans, players and publishers. Since its inception and over the course of several years, Oddspedia established itself as one of the biggest international affiliates in the sports betting world.
Could you elaborate on the cutting edge that Oddspedia possesses? There are other companies that offer similar services. What makes Oddspedia “the number one sports companion” of punters?
The website aims to provide as much value to the user as possible, and the information is conveyed in a manner to ensure a great user experience. It starts with guaranteeing a reliable odds comparison – odds on Oddspedia are being scanned in real-time across more than eighty bookmakers to ensure that only the most up-to-date data is displayed. This is complemented by features not commonly found in competing websites, such as geolocation to show only relevant betting sites for the user, direct links to bookmakers’ betslips, full odds movement history and various betting tools. This is part of what makes Oddspedia one of the best sites for odds comparison. But as a matter of fact Oddspedia offers much more than that. The website has amazing sports coverage as well, providing livescore information on more than 30 different sports. Users can also explore sports statistics, bonuses and promotions, or read the latest news on their favourite leagues, teams and matches. All of this wrapped in an app-like web experience, with quick performance and a state-of-art modern design makes it easy for Oddspedia to stand out from its competitors.
You recently overhauled the Oddspedia website. What are the new features that have become user favorites?
In August Oddspedia had the biggest makeover yet with its relaunch. The new version was in development for more than a year, and enabled the development team to apply new tools and technical innovations that were simply not possible on the old site. Major front-end and back-end changes were done to improve the user experience, and the new UI provides much more natural and polished user flow. To ensure seamless operation, updates regarding back-end software, systems, processing odds nodes, and new integrations are introduced almost on a day-to-day basis.
You have also launched widgets for webmasters and digital publishers which help them monetize their website through affiliate marketing? Tell us more about the widgets and process of monetizing.
One of the main issues from editors, publishers and affiliates is providing real time data to their customers. Is extremely hard to find a proper way to do it. The Oddspedia Widgets fill the gap between the sports data feeds and the operators.
For editors, the Oddspedia Widgets have been developed as a real “all-in one” solution. These tools can be implemented into any site by simply pasting their code, providing that site’s users with real time odds data. Publishers can benefit from the live information by not only providing their users an odds comparison widget for free, but they can include their affiliate link to the respective bookmaker. Clicks are simply shared on a 50/50 basis. The way the split works is that the widgets rotate with two links, one for the publisher and the other for Oddspedia which will be applied with equal chance.
Publishers will get real time sports data without any cost for them, at same time they offer that to their customers and readers.
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the betting and gambling companies, especially the traditional forms of betting and gambling. It is not yet done yet. How have the lock-down and social distancing measures affected your business?
In every crisis there’s an opportunity. The coronavirus outbreak has had a devastating impact all over the world and on our daily lives, with many businesses in almost every industry feeling the pinch. That’s no different with the gambling industry, as most major sports were suspended in the first lockdown during spring time.
At Oddspedia we expected that the interest in sports will even grow bigger in times of social distancing and isolation. But with the vast majority of sports canceled we had to find a way to react to the situation. We focused on increasing our sports portfolio and cover almost any event going on worldwide. As crazy as it sounds, the matches from a Table Tennis tournament in Russia were checked over a million times on Oddspedia.
There are still positives that can emerge from the pandemic, with virtual sports and esports being one of them. Virtual Sports truly boomed in interest. Esports betting is a vertical in the industry that was already rising in popularity before the outbreak. But now, it’s well on its way to establish itself as a major offering for operators and affiliates, which is set to continue even after we come out the other side of virus lockdowns.
It has been seven years since Oddspedia was launched. Most of these times, you focused mainly on Europe, especially the German-speaking countries. You are now venturing in to South America. How has the user response so far from the Latin American countries, who certainly love their football? Any plans to start operations in Asia?
Our entry into the South American market has been very successful. The audience there is extremely passionate about sports and betting, and they show a great demand for our product. Of course, we provide local users with well-targeted information from local bookies in their native language. We began with the integration of Spanish and Portuguese languages for our product, then we structured our content to be as engaging as possible for local users. It’s no secret, that for users from Brazil, as well as for other Latin American countries, football is the most popular sport. So when entering our website, we meet users with the most interesting football matches from their local leagues. These are shown first and then followed by popular worldwide championships.
This personalized approach is very successful and we have good and stable traffic coming from these countries
Several Asian countries, like Japan for example, are very interesting for oddspedia, as well. However, we deem it highly important to find the right partner when entering a country like that. It is crucial to have the right partner who is fond of the language, can translate and adapt to the correct betting terminology, and possesses local SEO knowledge. We envision to grant sublicenses for oddspedia if the right company to partner with comes knocking on our door.
The technology is moving at an unimaginably high speed. How do you think artificial intelligence and machine learning would impact the betting industry, and specifically the odds comparison
Automation based on machine learning has been key within ecommerce for years and the igaming industry should apply insights gained in other sectors. Offering a personal user experience in a responsible environment comes from understanding and catering to each individual player’s needs from an entertainment point of view. AI is a type of software or hardware that learns – and it could be programmed to learn mostly about users and their behavior and utilize those insights to drive the developments of new, hyper-personalised gaming and internet betting experiences. The technology is being applied to learn our habits, our likes, and our relationship patterns. Online gaming is an industry that runs on data, such as results, stakes, percentages, odds, stats, and so on. All of these numbers are constantly crunched, calculated and analysed behind every major gaming platform. For this reason, ML is actually playing a growing influential role in the sector, changing the game for both online gaming businesses and their players
Finally, what would be your key advises to any new entrepreneurs starting something new in the gambling industry or affiliate marketing sector?
Don’t start something just on your own if you are a newbie. First, dip your foot in the water and gain some experience in the industry. I would recommend starting with a job at a bigger affiliate company or in affiliate marketing at an operator. If you are smart, you can learn a lot quickly and avoid a bunch of costly mistakes you might have made otherwise. In the next step, you can try out your own ideas. By then, you already have a sound understanding of the industry, which allows you to make even better products right from the beginning and the timeframe until you are able to realize a return on your investment is likely to be much shorter, as well.
Bojoko crowned Casino Affiliate of the Year 2020
Online casino comparison site takes home its first EGR Operator Award off the back of a hugely successful year
The party is continuing at Bojoko after the online gambling comparison site was named Casino Affiliate of the Year at the prestigious EGR Operator Awards 2020.
Bojoko fought off stiff competition from some of the biggest names in the affiliate industry, including Gambling.com Group, Catena Media and Blexr, to take home the trophy.
EGR judges said that Bojoko had showed “very strong growth” over the past three years having been the first to use the Airbnb and Trip Advisor model in the online casino sector.
The EGR judges said: “They continue to be innovative with a number of new features which has allowed them to grow to 26,000+ registered members.
“I really like the concept, it’s a true affiliate giving customers choice who to choose, growth looks decent and operators managing the page ensures compliance and cost control.
“It is a clever idea and model and shows good growth,” the judges added.
Bojoko allows online casino operators and game developers to create their own listing and tell their story through their own words, images and videos.
Bojoko members then rate and review online casinos and games based on the experience they receive, with Bojoko’s member base now standing at 26,000+.
Joonas Karhu, Chief Business Officer at Bojoko, said: “We are thrilled to have been named Casino Affiliate 2020 at the EGR Awards and for Bojoko to be recognised as a true leader in the space.
“The Covid-19 pandemic saw operators pivot to casino as part of efforts to mitigate the impact of the global sports blackout, making the casino comparison sector even more competitive than normal.
“The Bojoko team rose to this challenge and I am so pleased that their efforts have been recognised by EGR and its panel of esteemed judges.
“Our mission from day one has been to help players find the best casinos for them while also meeting the highest possible standards when it comes to responsible gambling and safe gaming.
“We continue to innovate and introduce new tools and features to help players filter and compare the 160+ casinos and 40+ game developers listed on Bojoko.
“We have ambitious plans for the coming 12 months, including expanding into the US market, and look forward to doing this with our first EGR award in the bag.”
Karhu launches Professional Gambling Affiliates Association
Bojoko’s Chief Business Officer launches industry group with the aim of creating contractual security between affiliates and operators for the first time
Joonas Karhu, Chief Business Officer at Bojoko.com, has launched the Professional Gambling Affiliates Association (PGAA) to help improve the relationship between affiliates and operators and create contractual security for the first time.
Karhu formed the association after becoming concerned with the imbalance in the relationship between affiliates and operators. The PGAA will address this with affiliates coming together as one in order to push for contractual security and fair terms and conditions when promoting operator brands.
At present, there is no contractual security for affiliates who are forced to sign agreements that are one-sided and subject to change at any time. This can see life-time revenues slashed and fees increased with little to no notice.
This is not the case in other B2B industries and makes running an online gambling affiliate business incredibly difficult. Operating an organisation without a secured contract is unsustainable, making it impossible to invest in growth and putting jobs at risk.
The PGAA intends to create a contract that provides the security its members need to be able to promote operator brands now and moving forwards. The contract will be signed by PGAA members and their operator partners.
Bojoko will handle the initial communication between the PGAA and operators, and will also cover the legal cost associated with creating the PGAA contract. This includes any potential reviews or amendments required now and in the future.
Karhu is now calling on affiliates of all sizes to join the Professional Gambling Affiliates Association. Those interested in signing up can do so by requesting to join the dedicated Professional Gambling Affiliates LinkedIn Group here.
Joonas Karhu, Chief Business Officer at Bojoko, said: “The situation online gambling affiliates face is unprecedented when compared with other industries and sectors. Running a business without a secured contract is simply unsustainable and puts organisations and their employees at great risk.
“By creating the PGAA, I hope to be able to provide the contractual security that affiliates need to be able to promote operator brands and be confident that the players they send and the revenues they generate are secured over time.
“I am now calling on all affiliates to join the PGAA and for operators and other industry stakeholders to support the association and its mission to level the playing field for affiliates and to provide the contractual security they need and deserve.”
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