• All Clarion Gaming events are open to business professionals only. 
     
  • Solicitation of business or distribution of materials or communications by non-sponsors/exhibitors is strictly prohibited. Violators will be immediately removed from the show - or ejected from the digital platform where an event takes place online.
     
  • Any person found to be registering to participate in Clarion Gaming events using false information or credentials or deliberately withholding information will have their application denied and may be liable to prosecution. Without prejudice, the organisers reserve the right to exclude any person(s) from both in-person and online events.
     
  • Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) are likely to be in operation at all times during our in-person events. The organisers reserve the right to deliver the CCTV videotapes to the Police or other competent authority as evidence if requested to do so. The contents of such videotape may be used as evidence in a court of law. For further information contact the Security manager. 
     
  • The organisers reserve the rights to film/permit approved third party filming across the show open days of in-person events.
     
  • By participating in Clarion Gaming events, participants permit the organisers/approved third parties to use any footage taken.
     
  • No person under the age of 18 years, including children of exhibitors, can participate during the live period.  Where the event takes place within North America - or is served for the North American market - the minimum age is increased to 21.
     
  • Canvassing is not permitted, including unauthorised communications within online event platforms.
     
  • All film or photography taken during events is the intellectual property of the organisers (Clarion Gaming, part of Clarion Events Ltd) and cannot be used or broadcast without prior permission. The organisers retain the right to remove anyone from the event, should they be seen photographing or filming in prohibited areas. This includes ejection of participants from online events where authorisation has not been given.
     
  • The organisers reserve the right to exclude or remove anyone from the event, including the venue for in-person events, who does not comply with this policy or who they reasonably consider are likely to break the rules.

 

Definition of affiliates or information brokers

Also called publishers or webmasters, an affiliate is a person that refers traffic (in this case players) to an operator website such as pokerlistings.com would refer a player to bet365.com. The affiliate is then paid a revenue share or CPA (cost per acquisition) for each of the players they send. An introducing broker is a person or institution who has all the functions of a broker except to accept money or any type of investment. The Introducing Broker (IB) usually refers its clients to a dealer and in return receives compensation such as commissions.

Please note: If you are currently employed by an operator, brokerage, supplier or vendor in the industry we cannot issue you an affiliate or introducing broker badge. Please register under the name of the company that currently employs you. If you wish to represent your affiliate side project please contact us once registered under your main employer.