To begin with, let's take a look at the two main schemes for getting profits (money) in betting. In all betting affiliates usually work by two schemes - CPA and RevShare.
CPA Pay-Per-Cap Betting Scheme
CPA is pay per action. Usually they pay for a confirmed registration, but more often it is the first deposit. It means that a player has to register on your link and deposit a certain sum on your account. The minimum deposit each bookmaker's office has its own. The amount should be clarified with a personal manager.
Everything is simple: the arbitrageur launches an advertising campaign, the user sees the ad, clicks on it, registers, populates his balance to make a bet. Done! Arbitrator gets his money. On average you can get from up to.
CPA payments are chosen, if you want to get the first payouts quickly, you want to test a betting company or work with several partners to choose the most profitable one.
Betting earning scheme with RevShare payment
RevShare is a payment model where the arbitrator receives a fixed percentage of the bookmaker's income. Under this scheme, the player still registers on a special link, deposits and bets. If he loses, the arbitrator gets a percentage of the amount of money drained by the player.
For example, your bet my on Revshare is 50%. The player, who came from you, contributed $100 to the account, and the bet did not play. Under the Revshare model, you receive $50.
Payment on RevShare is chosen when working on a long term: to earn, it is necessary to attract not one-time, but constant players, who will bring you a passive income on a wide time interval.