"Creating a dynamic platform" – PartnerMatrix and SlotsCalendar raise security awareness

By Isabella Aslam

PartnerMatrix and SlotsCalendar have signed an agreement to raise awareness around operators and affiliates using tools to create a more secure environment.

Covering various topics surrounding security and player orientation in affiliate marketing, the partnership will showcase the latest tools and techniques.

PartnerMatrix, the affiliate software provider, part of EveryMatrix, and SlotsCalendar, the IMDb of online slots, will launch various affiliate marketing techniques alongside initiating campaigns and promoting its solutions. 

Levon Nikoghosyan, PartnerMatrix CEO, said: “This partnership holds great importance because it allows us to raise awareness of important topics. We remember how SlotsCalendar entered the market a few years ago and seeing the company reaching such high ranks in affiliate marketing is very motivating.

“The SlotsCalendar team continues putting tremendous efforts into creating a robust network of iGaming enthusiasts and business representatives, and thanks to this, they have a bright future ahead of them.

“However, SlotsCalendar doesn’t hold interest only for players. Many big casino operators and B2B companies are very interested in appearing in the SlotsCalendar’s directories. For PartnerMatrix, this is an excellent chance to create a dialogue within a quality audience and promote our tools and solutions to a bigger audience.”

Viorel Stan, SlotsCalendar CEO, commented: “The lack of active dialogue on specific topics has led to the vulnerability of some niches. We deal with numerous risks daily, and as soon as we figure out how to deal with some challenges and get used to them, other issues appear. Our partnership with PartnerMatrix will create a more dynamic platform for solving problems related to security, payments, transparency in doing business.

“We will continue to raise important topics and share the experiences of both of our companies. I am sure that our cooperation will bear fruit not only for both of our companies but also for many other industry players.”

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