United Games Marketing Review – Is This Legit Or A Big Scam?

united games marketing reviewEach year, there are a few business opportunities that get tonnes of hype and buzz out of nowhere.

And the new kid on the block is United Games Marketing.

Now, I am not in this business and NOT an affiliate for it.

It was pitched to me quite a few times so (in my typical fashion), I have gone out to find out all the facts about it.

All of my findings are here for you in my United Games Marketing Review so you can learn about the product, comp plan and background of the company.

Hope this helps with your research.

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So Then, What Is United Games Marketing?

Currently, United Games Marketing does not list any information about who owns or operates the business on their website, unitedgames.co.

As of publication time, United Games Marketing displays a simple sign-up page, and not much more information on their website. Their website domain was registered on May 26, 2016, with the domain registration set as private.

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Digging a little deeper, United Games Marketing lists Natalyn Lewis as the owner and co-founder of United Games Marketing. I have been unable to locate any other co-founders.

Natalyn Lewis resides in Utah, USA, which is where I assume United Games Marketing operates.

Looking at Lewis’ past experience, she was the Director of Marketing at Nu Skin.

When Lewis moved on from Nu Skin, she became a Corporate Consultant and Distributor Liaison iwth Syntek Global.

Her most recent position was with Asea as a marketing consultant, and helped to develop Asea’s affiliate marketing tools.

None of this information is listed on the United Games Marketing site, and I couldn’t tell you the reason why.

What Is The United Games Marketing Product?

United Games Marketing affiliates are able to market an app ‘allowing you to play along live with your favourite teams, favourite sports, and favourite friends.’

‘Every Affiliate has the ability to share the United Games app with others, inviting them to download the app and enjoy the fun.

When they download the app from your invitation, that player will forever be linked to that affiliate.’

App users purchase tokens, a “virtual game currency” that allows ‘you to play certain aspects of the app.’

Info On The Compensation Plan

The compensation plan for United Games Marketing is based off of token acquisition.

Using token in the United Games Marketing app will also trigger your commission payments.

Commission Qualification Ranks

The United Games Marketing compensation plan contains four commission ranks, which are as follows:

•    Zone 1 – Become an affiliate, and pay the $9.95 monthly membership fee
•    Zone 2 – Pay the $9.95 monthly membership fee, recruit five Zone 1 qualified affiliates, and have a total team token volume total of 25,000, with no more than 50% from any one unilevel leg
•    Zone 3 – United Games Marketing lists no information on their site
•    Zone 4 – United Games Marketing lists no information on their site

United Games Marketing lists information for Zone 3 and 4 as “TBA,” and does not provide a timeline as to when that information will be released.

App Token Purchase Commissions

When an app user purchased United Games Marketing tokens, commissions are paid out utilizing a unilevel compensation structure.

A unilevel compensation structure places you at the top of your unilevel team, with each personally recruited affiliate placed on your level 1.

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Any affiliates recruited by members on your Level 1 are then placed on your Level 2, and so on.

With United Games Marketing, payable levels are capped at nine, and commissions are paid out as a percentage of app token revenue.

How many levels a United Games Marketing affiliate is qualified to earn on is based on rank, as follows:

•    Zone 1 – Level 1 at 10%, and Level 2 at 5%
•    Zone 2 – Level 1 at 10%, Level 2 at 5%, Level 3 at 3%, and Level 4 at 2%
•    Zone 3 – Level 1 at 10%, Level 2 at 5%, Level 3 at 3% Level 4 at 2%, and Level 5 & 6 at 1%
•    Zone 4 – Level 1 at 10%, Level 2 at 5%, Level 3 at 3% Level 4 at 2%, Level 5 – 7 at 1%, and Level 8 & 9 at 0.5%

App Token Game Commissions

When a recruited affiliate or retail customer use their purchased tokens in the United Games Marketing app, a commission is paid out through the unilevel team:

•    Zone 1 – Level 1 at 5%
•    Zone 2 – Level 1 at 5%, and Level 2 at 2%
•    Zone 3 – Level 1 at 5%, and Level 2 & 3 at 2%
•    Zone 4 – Level 1 at 5%, Level 2 & 3 at 2%, and Level 4 at 1%

Matching Bonus

United Games Marketing offers a Matching Bonus on commissions paid to affiliates in a unilevel team.

Affiliated are matched down to four levels of recruitment, paid as a percentage of app token purchases and use of tokens:

•    Zone 1 – Level 1 at 20%
•    Zone 2 – Level 1 at 20%, and Level 2 at 10%
•    Zone 3 – Level 1 at 20%, Level 2 at 10%, and Level 3 at 5%
•    Zone 4 – Level 1 at 20%, Level 2 at 10%, and Level 3 & 4 at 5%

What’s The Cost To Join?

An affiliate membership with United Games Marketing costs $39.99, and requires a $9.99 monthly fee.

So, Is United Games Marketing Legit Or A Scam?

Every time a business opportunity achieves momentum, there are always people wondering if it is legit or a complete scam.

And I’ve noticed the same for this one.

There are people asking if it’s too good to be true.

So, is it?

Is this legit or is there some kind of United Games Marketing Scam going on?

Well, to be completely honest, there are some huge flaws with the business (explained a bit later) but it’s not a complete scam in the truest sense of the word.

After all, at least there is a proper product being sold (an App). Whereas some recent business opportunities I’ve reviewed recently don’t have a retailable product. For example, something like THW Global which I reviewed last week is just affiliates recruiting affiliates.

United Games Marketing at least has a product even if there are LOTS of flaws (see conclusion section below).

Whatever happens, you can make money if you know how to market online – see training below.

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My United Games Marketing Review Conclusion!

It’d be pointless to deny that fantasy sports is a large industry, however I am not sure if a MLM can have a successful run in this industry.

I can only think of one other fantasy sports MLM, Fantasy Draft, which launched at the end of 2015 and did not make much of an impression on the industry.

As far as the app is concerned, if it does what it’s supposed to do, then that part of it all works. After you download the app, you have access to UGM’s sports fantasy backend. When you purchase your tokens, affiliates get their commissions.

This becomes a dangerous business model when affiliates are presented with tokens as they sign up, along with their $9.95 fee, which is basically a “technology subscription” that is sort of compliant for purchasing your game tokens monthly.

If the majority of token purchases are by affiliates, this will result in a recruitment scheme for UGM.

In order to avoid this, you would need a large retail customer base using the app. But I forsee little or no real activity outside of the income opportunity.

And United Games Marketing isn’t exactly off to a good start.

You can sign up, but in return, you get no information about United Games Marketing.

Right now, the focus is on affiliate recruitment, which really sets the tone for how things will be run going forward. Along with no retail requirements, with everything tied to app token volume, it’s pretty clear.

United Games Marketing projects the will launch in September, so they still have time to rework the entire compensation plan in order to focus it on retail sales.

However, if that doesn’t happen, you’ll likely get trapped into a chain recruitment scheme.

I’d use a caution with this one.

Like I mentioned before, it’s possible to make money with this.

But, because of the core flaws listed above, I cannot recommend it as part of my United Games Marketing Review and Conclusion.

Your success online depends on your ability to market effectively.

So, if you promote this opportunity (or any other), please make sure you know how to market effectively.

And my training below will help you with that.

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As for my review of United Games Marketing, it’s not a scam and is legit.

However, there are some flaws to be aware of.


  1. Nice blogs. I can help to find a one marketing sites, if its scam or not? worth reading. keep it up!

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