|It’s called ToroGaming and it will become the new leisure companion of all the Toro team supporters. It’s the entertainment web site set up by Torino Calcio and WorldMatch: another great success for the Maltese company that has launched the first on-line gaming system authorised by a member country of the European Union.|
By a simple click, the team supporters will be able to spend their time having fun with their favourite team. The web site, www.torogaming.com, will be a real entertainment room with games, promotions, and opportunities to win the team official merchandising, subscriptions and tickets to see the champions live.
Torino Calcio is the first football club to introduce in Italy a trend which is already consolidate and popular in the UK, where all the major football teams have gaming sections on their web sites.
In 2003, Torino Calcio was among the first clubs to broadcast in streaming a football match on its site: with the current operation the team reaffirms its leading position in the use of the net and its technologies. Of course without neglecting the passion and the tradition of the team, which has a century-long history.
“The support and the affection for this team are a precious asset” said Alessandro Fried, President of WorldMatch, “We tried to create a virtual environment based on these values, where supporters will have fun in conditions of absolute security.”
THE WORLDMATCH PROJECT
ToroGaming is one of the new on-line entertainment web sites, designed and managed by WorldMatch, a Maltese company based in Portomaso, operating in the on-line gaming sector. The WorldMatch project required two years of intense work by a team of experts in the gaming and software development sectors, in close cooperation with the Maltese authorities. “During the planning, a special attention was devoted to the system security,” added Mr. Fried, “as we are committed to guarantee the maximum level of security to final users and to the partners, like Torino Calcio, which choose to work with us.”
In full compliance with the new Maltese law, the WorldMatch system has strict control requirements on users under 18 and respect all the restrictive rules on games.
WorldMatch has also decided to have all its games certified by Cermet, one of the leading and most rigorous Italian certification companies, with a public shareholding and the participation of consumers’ association, guaranteeing independence and reliability that companies require but rarely find.
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