Gambling Portal Webmasters Association

Established in 2001, the GPWA is the leading association for online gaming affiliates around the world. The GPWA has a focus on ethical behavior, and thousands of affiliate sites have agreed to follow the GPWA code of conduct and bear the GPWA-approved portal seal. The GPWA's community forum, with half a million posts, is where affiliates and affiliate managers interact with one another and share their perspective on every aspect of the industry.

33 Needham Street
Newton, Massachusetts 02461-1615
United States

Main Phone:
(617) 332-2850
Main Phone:
(617) 332-2850
Toll Free Phone:
(800) 490-1715
(617) 964-2280
(627) 332-2850
(800) 490-1715


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Past Events
27 September 2016
Las Vegas, Nevada
Michael Corfman
Executive Director
Gary Trask
Managing Editor
Andrea Mullaney
Director of Marketing
Anthony Telesca
Forum Administrator
Gambling Portal Webmasters Association News
GPWA among winners at iGB awards
2 Feb 2011
The GPWA won the inaugural Lou Fabiano Award for Best iGaming Community and Bet365 nabbed two honors at the iGB Affiliate Awards last week in London. read more »

GPWA named "Best iGaming Community" in London
28 Jan 2011
The Gambling Portal Webmasters Association received “The Lou Fabiano Award for the Best iGaming Community" at the iGB Affiliate Awards ceremony in London. read more »

GPWA unveils seal of approval for gambling portals
30 Nov 2006
The Gambling Portal Webmasters Association (GPWA) has created a new seal of approval to identify gambling portals that comply with integrity standards. A corresponding code of conduct has been designed to insure seal-bearing portals are honest and credible. read more »

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