Geobet Gambling Network Launched

GEOBET GAMBLING NETWORK LAUNCHED

05th January, 2012 at 14:16:39
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Company positions network for tribal casinos and smaller land-based casino operators

International Arts Management Corp (IAMC) this week announced the launch of GEOBet.com, a global gambling network operated by Olympian Trading Limited and North Star Entertainment Limited.

The GEObet solution includes products from EveryMatrix, Microgaming, CTXM and Merge networks offering sportsbook, casino, bingo, poker, affiliate tracking, automated banner delivery and back end systems across all channels.

The company appears to be targeting American tribal casinos and smaller independent casino operators interested in extending their land-based casino operations to online in the event of the internet gambling market opening up in the U.S.

GEObet is positioned to be an extension of the land-based casino, supplying the tools and operations of a complete online casino gambling product without any significant upfront costs to the land-based operator, said Peter Karroll, chief executive officer of IAM Corp, the marketing firm behind GEObet.

The company commits to the launch of a professional, licenced online casino solution in less than 90 days at less cost than operators setting up an operation themselves.

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