What is the Casino Sister Site?
If you have been on the internet long enough, then you might have come across a section on some websites that are labeled either “partners”, “affiliates” or “sister” sites.
You then decide to visit one of these websites and find out that the material on it is somewhat related to the previous site you were on, so you have managed to find out the relation but what is the need for it? And why do website associate themselves in such a way? Before we move on to that, we have to talk about what this association is and how this network of websites operates.
First and foremost, there is a parent company that owns all of these websites and each of these websites has its independent connection to that company; these sister sites don't need to be connected.
In the case of casino sites, these websites are called casino sister sites and rarely have different content as they share the same casino software, which means that you will find the same games, offers or lobbies across all the sister sites on a specific casino network. The terms ‘sister’ and ‘parent’ is not only limited to the internet, companies that operate in other areas also make use of them.
A key thing to remember about sister sites or companies is that they are variations of the same intellectual property, product or service. It is also worth mentioning that the sister sites, especially the casino ones, will have a similar design or layout for the user navigation and options.
The bonuses and the library of games will also be the same and any updates, like the addition of a new game to the library, will be shared across all websites.
Lastly, the way the user logs in will also be similar but recently, companies have been pushing for an option where the user’s login information is shared across all sister sites so that they don’t have to enter their information repeatedly if they switch from one casino sister site to another.