Inferna Announces Affiliate Program "Inferna Share"
The developers of Inferna announced an affiliate program for its upcoming free-to-play MMO today. Titled Inferna Share, the program offers players a way to earn a little cash for encouraging others to give the game a try.
Effectively, players can apply to become a "contributor." Once approved, the contributor will receive an affiliate link they can share with others who may be interested in trying out the game. The link will be good for 6 months, during which time the contributor will earn $0.15 for every referred player who actively plays the game. (What is considered "actively" playing hasn't been revealed yet.)
Beyond that, the announcement also states that the contributor will receive 10% of the net revenue that Inferna earns from the referred players. We're assuming this means the contributor will earn a share of whatever the players they refer purchase in from the game shop.
To be paid, the contributor will need to earn at least $30 USD.
If you'd like to find out more about the program -- or to sign up for it -- you can find more information in the application.
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