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Wargaming is the publisher behind hit titles like World of Warplanes, World of Tanks, and World of Warships. These games have been played by millions around the world.
The brand and its site provide a central hub for its community of gamers offering a premium shop for in-game loot, clan portals, a wiki, and a whole lot more. The brand is continually developing a new game and features for existing titles making it a household name in the gaming community.
The Wargaming affiliate program pays with a CPA model creating variable commissions depending on lead quality, market demand, and several, other factors. From our research, it seems the program can pay up to $2.5 for sign-ups to its gaming platform & games, though.
Registration is free, and partners can quickly get started using its creative assets. The program includes your usual set of tracking & reporting features. And, several payment processing options for payout.
Wargaming has an unmatched dominance in the F2P market. Their catalog of games may not have the coverage of games like WoW, Fortnite, PubG, and others, but worldwide the games are a massive hit.
As a partner, you get paid for new registrations to their games – how awesome is that?
Wargaming is the brand behind some of the biggest F2P titles in gaming. Many will try their games because they give something for everyone – being free, certainly does help, too. Imagine getting paid for new user registrations for these already popular game titles!
If our research is correct and you do get a rough $2.50 per referral then this could be quite a lucrative opportunity for monetizing your gaming blog. Though, with so many games out there, there’s still a challenge especially since Wargaming has already attracted millions of players.
In all, the offers and promotions your audience will find with the Wargaming brand give them something fun and lasting. You’d create a good income stream by partnering with this platform if your content touches on competitive gaming, F2P titles, and general gaming topics either way.