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Changes in Intraction Network (b2b)
« on: January 31, 2009, 08:33:52 AM »
One good friend of mine mailed me today about some changes in Entraction bonus program.
 
"Entraction will on the 1st of February make a big change regarding to the network loyalty program VIP Cash Back GOLD. January will be the last month when VIP Cash Back GOLD is available for players and the last payout is the 1st of February. The reason behind the removal is that VIP Cash Back GOLD is not attractive enough for the big segment of small and medium players that count for about 75%-80% of the rake on the network level, while being too costly for the small segment of big players. Entraction also wants to reduce the focus on percentages back to players and instead have fixed sum pay outs. 
 
Entraction's goal is to offer partners a well balanced loyalty program which is more attractive to a bigger segment of players while keeping the cost at the same level. We are proud to present the new network loyalty program called Monthly VIP Bonus which will go live on the 1st of February.
 
IMPORTANT: Entraction will with the launch of Monthly VIP Bonus change the ratio of 1 VIP-point. Currently players are awarded 1 VIP-point for each 0.40 euro in rake or tournament fee. From the 1st of February 1 VIP-point will be awarded for each 0.50 euro in rake or tournament fee. By changing the ratio we reduce the costs of deposit bonuses from 25% to 20% and reduce all VIP-point related costs by 20%. Another benefit is that the new Monthly VIP Bonus program looks even more attractive as most players focus on how many points are needed and not the actual VIP-ratio.
 
Monthly VIP Bonus
 
Monthly VIP Bonus is based on the amount of VIP-points a player earns during the period 1st to last every month. The player will on the 1st every month get a payout based on the previous months play."

As far as I know Entraction network includes 24hpoker.com, devilfish.com and a number of other rooms.

But I can't find the approval of the information above anywhere else, but here

siriuspoker.com/en/Poker/Poker-News/Network-Rules-Change.aspx

Can anyone confirm it?

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Re: Changes in Intraction Network (b2b)
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2009, 02:37:14 PM »
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