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PLUS-FIVE SUPPLIES WHITE LABEL ONLINE CASINO TO MARKETING FIRM
05th December, 2013 at 01:17:09
Signs Infinity2Global multi-level marketing company.
The turnkey multi-platform online gambling provider Plus-Five's latest partnership deal is with the major international multi-level marketing company Infinity2Global.
Plus-Five has provided i2g with a complete end-to-end white label casino solution which is fully integrated with the i2g MLM platform, with the casino going live on the 1st October 2013 featuring games from established developers like IGT and Net Entertainment alongside a custom built Live Dealer Client provided through an existing relationship with Global Gaming Labs.
The casino is available in English, Thai and Chinese language versions at i2gcasino.com.
Customers registered in the i2g MLM system will automatically be given access to the MLM firm's new online casino
, where they can try the games free of charge before depositing real money via any of the existing Plus-Five integrated payment solutions and playing for real.
All player activity is recorded and fed into the i2g MLM system overnight where it is then calculated into the MLM structure.
Chris Davis, Plus-Five's chief operating officer said, We have seen continued results from all of our existing MLM brands so partnering with i2g was an obvious choice for us. We see real potential in the MLM global market and have no doubt that i2g will soon join our other successful white label casinos.
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