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TmarTn is back at it again, this time with sports betting

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It’s been a while since we touched on the gambling drama which has now calmed down to a mild panic. Phant0mlord is blowing money in Las Vegas, while preparing for his class action law suit, and Trevor “TmarTn” Martin (the man who started it all) has moved on to greener pastures. Greener, as in his love for money has transcended promoting his own websites, and is now aparently instead partaking in a pyramid scheme of sorts.

Once again it was small YouTubers who exposed TmarTn, bringing on Richard Lewis to investigate the situation and shed light on the matter. It starts as all these TmarTn stories start, with a deleted video.

Recently TmarTn released a video regarding the absence of a Collector’s Edition for the latest Call of Duty – Infinite Warfare. In the video he talked about a new application called “United Games,” telling his viewers he is an affiliate and they should all sign up for it. Okay, so he’s being transparent this time and disclosing his relationship, right? Wrong. TmarTn is promoting the application because affiliates who recruit more people get placed in tiers and receive benefits for recruitment. He also strongly denied that the application, which lets you bet virtual tokens on live matches which can later be exchanged for rewards, is a betting app. It has absolutely nothing to do with gaming, it’s a sports application where you can bet on things live, as they happen.

To explain it further, users sign up for the affiliate program which involves and initial once off payment, and further monthly payments, and are placed in tiers. Recruiting people places them below you, where they can continue to recruit affiliates and earn commission. TmarTn has an extremely large following across all social media platforms, which means he can recruit thousands of people and make a pretty penny, but this is where it becomes interesting.


United Games responded to YouTuber Eight Thoughts, who originally exposed TmarTn, stating TmarTn is in no way connected to United Games, and acted independently. His promotion of the application was neither approved or authorized by United Games, and they too completely deny that the application is for gambling. Now, since we have complete and utter distrust for this individual we can afford to make two clear assumptions here. 1) TmarTn is involved in United Games and he’s taking extra precautions to cover his tracks this time, or 2) He promoted the application purely for his own financial gain in regard to recruiting thousands of people below him in what sounds a lot like a pyramid scheme.

Last Updated: September 13, 2016


  1. ??????? ????? ™

    September 13, 2016 at 12:36



  2. BakedBagel

    September 13, 2016 at 12:49

    This is literally a pyramid scheme.

    Holy shit lmfao


    • Allykhat

      September 13, 2016 at 12:51

      Not surprised this tool is peddling a pyramid scheme after all the shit he’s pulled.


  3. RinceThis

    September 13, 2016 at 13:16

    What a tool.


    • Alien Emperor Trevor

      September 13, 2016 at 14:04

      Your face is a tool looking for a nail!


  4. RinceThis

    September 13, 2016 at 13:16

    Must be a hard life when you have to go about doing ‘business’ like this…


  5. miaau

    September 13, 2016 at 13:40

    Like getting suckered into going to attend a presentation, which you are not told detail of before, which they swear blind is not a pyramid scheme. I was told it was an investment club, but it was not. It was an affiliate scheme, with people above and below you, with people above you each making percentages off what you put in.

    I made some of the people there very, very angry. I refused to get involved. They tried to “hard-sell” (hard sell, appeal to ego and blatant attempts to manipulate – I have few true triggers, but that……) me, one of the people trying happened to park near me and figured, hmm, nice-ish car, must have money to spend on these products. I pointed out that it sounds too much like a pyramid scheme to me, as they described. Anger was more or less instant and they did not try to argue me down, they shouted it was not a pyramid scheme and kept to that line. All in all, I do not think that acquaintance will invite me to such things again.


    • Dane

      September 13, 2016 at 13:45

      I had a similar experience. They tried harder to convince me that it was not a pyramid scheme than they did to convince me to join in.


      • miaau

        September 13, 2016 at 13:47

        Yeah, but I honestly thought that some believed it, they were offended that I thought they would do something like that. Some of them, if they can be believed, were making some good money and probably did not want to look too closely at the golden goose.


  6. Ottokie

    September 13, 2016 at 13:54

    What a deeek


  7. Ottokie

    September 13, 2016 at 14:00

    I like hovering over the last pic xD


  8. Darren Peach

    September 13, 2016 at 15:01

    Evil prick.


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