|Stamford, CT, June 22, 2004 – LuckyGamer launches a new online skill gaming destination for skill game players to compete against one another across a number of popular casual game tournaments for cash prizes. The site, http://www.luckygamer.com, which recently went live, offers engaging and competitive gameplay powered by Game Trust, the leading provider of online games and tournament infrastructure. |
LuckyGamer’s initial offering includes seven games, based on popular parlor, classic board and classic video games: 9-Ball Pool, 8-Ball Pool, Chess, Backgammon, Sub Hunt, Chain Reactor and Quadrow. All can be played individually or as exciting multi-player tournaments. Players simply purchase points to enter a tournament with as few as two players. Points are redeemable for prizes or cash.
Pointing to the growing market for online skill game tournaments, Rick Perrone, LuckyGamer CEO, explains, “Online games are the third most popular activity on the Internet today. LuckyGamer’s suite of popular casual games with a robust community network, and a player ranking system, add up to make LuckyGamer a professional level online tournament destination. Gamers of every skill level can compete to win prizes and cash, meet and make new friends and have lots of fun along the way.”
LuckyGamer enables players to find, challenge and chat with one another to deliver a truly immersive online gaming experience. Players can select an Avatar to represent themselves in the virtual world, create a profile web page and receive a complete complement of skill rankings, ratings and statistics. LuckyGamer also incorporates monitoring and anti-cheat protection features that provide a high-level of security to ensure the integrity of each and every game. For more information contact us at: email@example.com
According to Adeo Ressi, Game Trust CEO, “We are delighted to have LuckyGamer as our partner and newest distribution channel. At Game Trust, we are focused on delivering the most advanced gaming platform. As we continue to develop new games and community enhancements, we will extend our offerings throughout our network of partners. It is this seamless, end-to-end solution approach that has helped us to become the number one provider of tournament games on the web,” Ressi explained.
LuckyGamer is a U.S. based company offering skill-based tournaments for cash, prizes and trips and bonus sweepstakes. As an operator of skill based games, LuckyGamer is legal in almost every U.S. State and in various countries for players over 18. Prize awards and games are regulated by U.S. law. Every single game has winners and games run 24/7. There is no waiting for pairings or schedules to play. All play is immediate and at the player's convenience. LuckyGamer also operates LuckyGolfer, the #1 site for professional quality online golf tournaments and contests. Visit LuckyGolfer at : http://www.luckygolfer.com
About Game Trust
Game Trust, Inc. licenses the first and only software that 'tournament enables' any game on any device, allowing players to compete for prestige, merchandise, and cash prizes. The Game Trust platform is designed to enhance the experience of network game play, adding new revenue through cash tournament, subscription, and advertising opportunities. The Company was founded by veterans of the software, banking, and media industries in 2002. Headquartered in New York with offices in Denmark, Game Trust licenses to game developers, gaming destination sites, and portals, supporting PC, console, online, and wireless game markets. For more information, see http://www.GameTrust.com.