United Games Marketing Review – Good Business or Big Scam?

Hey everyone, welcome to my third party unbiased United Games Marketing Review

I have been noticing a lot of affiliates spamming me on Facebook about this business opportunity so I decided to investigate what it was all about…

Chances are maybe you were spammed the same way and now you are on this blog post because you want to make sure it’s legit right?

The good news is you are doing your research instead of blindly jumping into things…

In this blog post, I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision to join or not…

Find out of United Games is legit or a big scam!

United Games Marketing Review

United Games Marketing Review – Company

United Games Marketing is the brain child of Jeff Henderson who is the Founder and CEO.

According to the website:

Jeff is an executive with extensive experience across a variety of industries with top-tier companies, building complex systems and products on an international scale. He spent 22 years at Nu Skin Enterprises, most recently as Vice President of Global Supply Chain. Prior to that Jeff was a Manufacturing Engineer at Boeing for several years.

On Jeff’s leadership team, we have Natalyn Lewis who is in charge of Sales and Marketing.

She has spent almost 20 years in the direct sales industry and worked on many new start ups and some billion dollar businesses as well.

Mark Mongie is the Chief Creative Officer and is very popular in the video game niche.

He has spent 5 years working with Electronic Arts in Orlando Florida as the Senior Art Director on Madden NFL, NCAA Football, and NASCAR games.

Other people on the leadership team include:

  • Ben Eggett, Chief Technical Officer
  • Ryan Reese, Chief Financial Officer
  • Jesse Merl, Chief Product Officer
  • Roger Ulmer, Director of Field Relations

The company operates from South Jordan Utah and has designers in Wasatch Front in Utah, as well as in Europe.

Now we know what the company is about, let’s take a look at the products…

United Games Marketing Reviews – The Product Line

There isn’t whole lot of information on the website on the product side…

The question is…

What is United Games Marketing?

United Games Marketing is an APP based company that let’s you play alone live with your favorite teams, sports and friends.

I did find a good description on their website that you can check out:

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

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

In the APP you can buy virtual currency that lets you play certain aspects of the app.

I think it’s a cool idea…so far.

That’s all there is on the products, I wish the website went into more detail…

Let’s keep digging in this United Games Marketing Review…

United Games Marketing Compensation Plan

In any direct sales or network marketing company, you get commissions on people you sponsor int he business…

The name of the game here is to sell this app and have your affiliates buy tokens to earn a commission.

So far, there are 4 ranks that I know of in United games…

These are actually called Zones and it works like this:

  • Zone 1 – Sign up as an affiliate and continue to pay the monthly $9.95 affiliate fee
  • Zone 2 – Continue to pay $9.95 a month, recruit 5 Zone 1 qualified affiliates and have 25,000 in total team token volume (no more than 50% from any one unilevel leg)
  • Zone 3 – No info
  • Zone 4 – No info

For Zone’s 3 and 4, it is suppose to be announced in the future, but no time line has been given.

Recruitment Commissions in United Games

The commissions are paid through a unilevel compensation plan structure.

If you don’t know what that looks like, take a look at this:

  • You
  • Level 1 :  Your personally enrolled members
  • Level 2:  Your level 1’s personally enrolled members
  • Level 3:  Your level 2’s personally enrolled members

Now you know what that looks like…

  • Zone 1 – 10% on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) and 5% on level 2
  • Zone 2 – 10% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 3% on level 3 and 2% on level 4
  • Zone 3 – 10% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 3% on level 3, 2% on level 4 and 1% on levels 5 and 6
  • Zone 4 – 10% on level 1, 5% on level 2, 3% on level 3, 2% on level 4, 1% on levels 5 to 7 and 0.5% on levels 8 and 9

Matching Bonuses in United Games

You can also get a matching bonus depending on your Zone rank in the system.

This looks like this:

  • Zone 1 – 20% on level 1 (personally recruited members)
  • Zone 2 – 20% on level 1 and 10% on level 2
  • Zone 3 – 20% on level 1, 10% on level 2 and 5% on level 3
  • Zone 4 – 20% on level 1, 10% on level 2 and 5% on levels 3 and 4

What Does It Cost To Join United Games Marketing?

The cost to join United Games Marketing is $29.99 one-time and one time fee of $9.99

United Games Marketing Review – Conclusion

When I looked at the leadership, products and compensation plan I do find the idea pretty cool…

I know that fantasy sports is a massive industry, but I am not sure how well a MLM would do in this space…

I noticed all of the “App based” MLM companies have failed…

Now if United Games marketing can build a good sized retail customer base then I don’t see any issues…

That is usually never the case though…

What ends up happening is it becomes a recruitment fest with no real customers…

What happens then is it becomes a ponzi scheme

Then you have the government shut down companies out of no where.

Right now, I would proceed with caution if you are thinking about joining United Games…

Maybe give it around 6-8 months to see where it’s going.

Jesse What Do You Recommend?

People always ask me what do I personally recommend…

I have personally reviews hundreds of companies and only partnered up with one of them…

That should tell you a lot…

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Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 28 comments
Brian Lambert - August 11, 2016

It sounds to good to be true, but i am desperate to support my family

    Francis Blackhawk - October 5, 2016

    United Games does not pay any commissions on sign ups we don’t sell any products. we make money when a sport fan acquires a token from the same vehicle as youtube uses for their advertisers. United Games is built on the same platform as candy crush

joseph krieg - August 28, 2016

in your opinion, how many downloads and players will united games need to turn the corner ?

Tony - September 21, 2016

Some of the information Mr Singh is a little off.
mibeminerals@gmail.combis my email. Please contact me asap for an invite to read for yourself.

    Jesse Singh - September 23, 2016

    Hey Tony,

    Why don’t you post here what new so my readers can see it.

      Gabby - October 15, 2016

      You won’t get an affiliate to post something like that because they don’t want people who do due diligence research to put holes in this scheme.

      The fact that is it so secret to the public should cause alarms to go off but those who already duped by this marketing stunt can’t see straight because they have their blinders on.

Vince - September 22, 2016

Well Jesse , a little off base – this isn’t an MLM company. Here’s why -participants in MLM’s pay $300 to $600 to join -someone earns a commission- then you have a monthly auto shipment of product which is overpriced – again for a commission -eventually people have a stock pile of product and drop out. United Games is the exact opposite !! Thanks for looking at UG Do more research !!

    Jesse Singh - September 23, 2016


    There are different types of MLM.

    You are just talking about a MLM with a physical product…

    There are companies with digital products, Apps, social networks etc.

    If it has a Multi-level payout, it’s a MLM.

Bruce Weston - September 22, 2016

Good review, however, United Games is NOT an MLM, direct sales company or network marketing company, and certainly not a pyramid scheme, WHICH ARE ILLEGAL in the U.S.A.. UG is a software company that develops applications. There is NO selling any product or merchandise, there are NO commissions earned for recruiting or sponsoring people or is there any money required to pay anyone by becoming a new affiliate. Affiliates will be charged a small fee by UG itself, BUT ONLY, once the product is launched to the General Public, so there is NO risk by becoming an affiliate either. That’s what a solid company does, to prove they won’t launch anything that isn’t legit, but more importantly, confidence in their product. Therefore, by definition, United Games is NOT any of the types of companies you mention.

    Jesse Singh - September 23, 2016

    Hey Bruce,

    It’s an MLM.

    There is a multi-level payout and what’s wrong with MLM’s anyway?

    Tons of legit ones out there.

    So if there is no product, no sponsoring, no commissions earned…

    Then why would you join a business where you can’t make any money?

BRUCE WESTON - September 23, 2016

where is my comment?

    Jesse Singh - September 23, 2016


    I have to approve them because some people write crap lol.

James - September 23, 2016

Just curious how can you be “Unbiased” if at the end of your review you basically advertise for your own MLM business? Yes they are negatives to ANY business but people are trying to do their due diligence and you had my attention until you did that. You aren’t unbiased be you have your own business to promote here. But I do have to thank you for putting out the names of those in charge and also stating their previous successes in their past ventures. This business will cost you, as of 9/23/2016 $39.99 to join and $10 per month and you’ll never have to purchase any product on a monthly basis…..To me it’s a no brainier to give this opportunity a try. Even if you give it 1 year, that equals a whopping $150 out of pocket layout. I’ve been involved in MLM before and that can be your monthly purchase of product amount. If you’ve been contacted by someone to sign up……DO IT. Give it your all for 1 year and if it doesn’t work out, you lost $150 and that’s is pocket change. I am not someone at the top of this company. More like towards the bottom but I’m giving this a shot and hoping for the best while being cautiously optimistic. Best of luck to all

    Jesse Singh - September 23, 2016

    Hey James,

    It’s unbiased because I am not in the company.

    I could have JOINED any business opportunity I wanted including United Games Marketing.

    So after reviewing hundreds of companies, I decided to partner up with one of them.

    I am still giving people the information in this review so if they want to join United Games, that’s
    perfectly fine.

    Now I have one big issue with your $150 out of pocket after a year….

    It’s not the money that I care about, it’s my time.

    So if I tried for a year and it didn’t turn out, that’s one year wasted…

    Forget the money, money can be made anytime.

    Anyway, I wish you good luck and God bless.


      Joshua Tatafu - October 26, 2016

      So you have a business where you don’t spend money? and get paid? let me know I am interested in what venture you are going into.

Linda - September 25, 2016

I wanted to know if Jeff Henderson was really who he said he was. So I
Googled him. I found a Jeff Henderson on LinkedIn who was and still is a Manufacturing Engineer at Boeing. Unfortunately, he doesn’t look like the United Games Jeff Henderson who says he worked at Boeing under the same title. Yes I know, there could be two identically named people with the exact same job at the exact same company. But what are the chances? I just wanted to share this for anyone who is interested.


    Melanie - October 8, 2016

    I just wanted to let you know, Jeff Henderson is exactly who he says he is. He is my Brother in Law. He did work for Boeing and Nu Skin just like his Bio says. He is also one of the most honest unassuming men I know. You can say I am bias, and that is true, but what I am saying is also true. This company is going places and they have great leadership at the top!

Mike - October 3, 2016

In regards to the ponzi scheme, I don’t think that is accurate. After October 10th, affiliate sign up is done. You will only be able to sign up as a player and that’s it. Because of that, I don’t ever see this app having too many chiefs and not enough indians. Thoughts?

Ray - October 7, 2016

So when you’re an affiliate, you only make money if you get people to sign up and buy tokens? If no tokens are brought, then you don’t make money?

    Jesse Singh - October 12, 2016

    That’s right. Apparently affiliate side is shut down now.

Evelyn - October 11, 2016

Agreement with James. Just because you are not ‘part of’ the game does not automatically make you ‘unbiased’.
Furthermore, being part of an ‘app’ game is not an either or. Meaning people do not need nor should they quit what they do for an income currently.
Brian, everyone has family to support.
Here is the bottom line if app games is not your thing you can create a different business to become free.
Instead of promoting businesses that you never make money off of, you might as well be part of something that has potential.
There is different company currently, that will allow new people associated with them to invite others to play these popular addicting games, and If , people buy extra coins or levels there is a small kick back to the promoter of the app.

Kevin Phoenix - October 15, 2016

As Jesse says here and elsewhere, this program is now closed. Further discussion seems irrelevant.

Alan - October 15, 2016

Hi, Jesse. Since the affiliate program is no longer available, United Games is asking that all pages and sites that refer to it as a business opportunity be removed. I’d like to ask that you help us in our goal to clean up the web by removing this page. Your help would be much appreciated.


Alan W. Wright
Independent Affiliate, United Games

    Jesse Singh - October 16, 2016

    My blog post is staying up, time is money. I spent time researching this.

George Duncan - October 16, 2016

Yes like the above comment October 10th was the cut of date. Do that to any other MLM they would all fall like a falling star. That’s the life blood of all MLM marketing. Not here. I made a business decision that there team will take this APP in to the top 10 of all APP. And where else can you invest in a APP.
The spill over is huge anyone that down loads the APP that’s not pushed there by a affiliate will be put under a affiliate. And it’s the only APP that you can do Fundraising that’s another big huge deal. That’s another business of its own. You can’t write a business plan any better than this, it’s got it all.

Wayne - November 3, 2016

United Games has found a way to be a scam and not a scam at the same time. Bravo! They spent all summer touting you could earn 10% off tokens valued at $1.00-$1.50 and that each game would take five to seven tokens. Now that the refund time is over it has been announced that the value of the token is $.10 cents to affiliates and that means a penny per token is our commission for tier one players. They have duped us into buying in most importantly recruiting for them so they can literally give us pennies on the dollar. Joke is on us. If you did not get involved be glad because it now takes 150,000 tokens a year to break even and that’s if everyone is in your tier one. This has been a colossal waste of my time. Thanks United Games for teaching me a valuable life lesson.

    Jesse Singh - November 5, 2016

    Yeah, I am not happy on what they did.

    Had affiliates promote the company and then shut them out?

    Who does that…


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