Georgia is a unique country, which, unlike some other CIS countries, has not imposed any casino advertising restrictions. The gambling industry is among leaders in Georgia; its revenues outpace even those of banks. Online gambling advertising now accounts for 80% of all gambling advertising in the country. In such a saturated market, it is worth focusing on the most attractive offers from the best casinos. 3snet has prepared a list of such offers for affiliates with traffic from Georgia.
CPA pricing (the first deposit or a sum of deposits from an active player):
- Joy Casino (FTD) — $50;
- Play Fortuna [Insta/FB/YouTube] — $40;
- RedStar — $40;
- Vulkan For Email — 1100 RUB.
RevShare pricing (a percentage paid throughout your player’s “lifetime”):
- Superomatic 6 Countries — 40%;
- Vavada WW (Georgia is among high priority GEOs) — 40%;
- Joy Casino — 35%.
What is worth mentioning about online casino advertising in Georgia?
Georgia’s authorities are planning to introduce casino advertising regulation on the territory of the country in the nearest future. Participants of the online gambling market support the initiative, as the market is overloaded with aggressive ads.
Another problem, which the regulation might help solve, is problem gambling. Problem gambling is gambling addiction, an urge to gamble that leads to problems with money and social consequences. Experts, however, agree that the main reason for problem gambling is not active advertising but rather unemployment and, what comes together, people’s efforts to keep themselves occupied and win money.
The main problem of casino advertising in Georgia is underage gambling. Websites, unfortunately, still lack an age-check feature—an issue to be tackled at the legislative level. Activists are now calling for the gambling age to be raised to 25. Business owners, in their turn, want to attract more solving audiences and, therefore, do not object.
There are casino lovers in other CIS countries as well: