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Middle Affiliate Manager

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Type: Full time

Job Summary: We are growing and looking for an Affiliate manager who will have complete freedom in making decisions and implementing his ideas.


  • 2+ years of experience as an Affiliate manager in iGaming (tier1/tier2 markets);

  • Upper-intermediate English or higher;

  • Experience as an Affiliate manager with strong planning and organizational skills;

  • A strong negotiator with excellent written and verbal skills;

  • Ability to understand and interpret data to make informed decisions and drive profitability;

  • Experience with CPA, RevShare, Hybrid, and other Affiliate Deals;

  • Good analytics and fraud management skills.

We offer:

  • To be a great unit of an international team, treat each other with respect and move towards the same goal;

  • Experience in working in a fun, ambitious and rewarding environment;

  • Freedom and responsibility: you do not need to be told what to do;

  • Equal opportunities in every aspect;

  • Flat organizational structure, almost zero bureaucracy;

  • Only the top performers with competitive compensation;

  • Flexibility in work schedule: we do not track time, we measure by performance;

  • No strict office attendance rules;

  • Work-life balance - means unlimited vacation days and sick days;

  • Constant career development and learning;

  • Enjoy the corporate atmosphere with awesome parties, team building and sports training.


  • Develop and expand existing and new affiliates;

  • Fulfill department and personal KPIs;

  • Regularly review affiliate performances to measure affiliate effectiveness and ensure profitability;

  • Identifying and monitoring the ROI;

  • Monitor the affiliate’s marketing spend, and ensure is in line with agreed budgets;

  • Ensure all affiliate’s marketing material is up to date: campaigns, design, landing pages, bonus offers, links, etc.

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