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    MGR is rake - deductions. Do the deductions include all money a player receives when using/converting VIP points to cash?

    For example let's say revenue share for a particular poker room (let's call it Room X) pays its affiliates 40% of MGR.

    A player signs up through this affiliate to Room X

    Pays $100 in rake in the first month. Receives the following from Room X:
    - $10 cashback from a deposit bonus that he cleared with the $100 rake
    - $10 cashback from the Room X's VIP Program (by exchanging VIP points for cash)
    - Room X pays $2 in fees (for currency exchange and all others)
    So MGR in this case would be $78. And the affiliates receives 40% of $78 which is $31.20?


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    Thanks Atil. So for most poker room the rake generated by the player IS the MGR? Is this the case with the brands ChipSplit manages, specifically Aced and Carbon? Cheers

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    That's great. So on a site such PokerAffiliateSolutions where the payment to the affiliates for say CarbonPoker is 40% of MGR. This literally means that the affiliate will receive 40% of the rake that a player generates? Cheers Atil.


 

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