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GLOBAL GAMING NETWORK TO ADD FANTASY SPORTS GAMES
31st January, 2014 at 03:16:12
Agreement inked with Impact Fantasy Sports will add Amped Fantasy games.
Los Angeles-based digital entertainment and sports distributor Global Gaming Network, Inc. has announced a content supply deal with Impact Fantasy Sports, an interactive development company focused on creating unique and engaging fantasy sports games.
The agreement will see IFS provide GBGM with customised fantasy league games which will be offered to USA based casinos, sports bars, and restaurants under its branded Amped Fantasy name.
"We're pleased to offer a new portfolio of fantasy sports games under our Amped Fantasy brand in line with our partnership with Atlantic City Fantasy Sports, to our prospective nationwide customer base," said GBGM president Stephen Kern.
"Our company is now in a position to take full advantage of the burgeoning online gaming industry, [which is] presently seeking out different ways to grow online operations with contests and games offering prizes in promotions set at the venue."
"Patrons of these venues will get to play for free on their mobile device, challenging their friends and associates with an added incentive to win both cash and prizes," Kern added.
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