|The latest alliance announced has been made by Carnegie Cooke and Co Inc, who have released details of their new relationship between their wholly owned subsidiary NetBooth Corporation and SportsDatabases. The agreement formed revolves around the development of vending machines that will print out information centred around sports betting. The print outs will provide punters with comprehensive information around their sports of interest, including league schedule, game reports and team charts.|
SportsDatabases already supplies such information as marketing tools to over 50 online gambling companies across the world. Their service is used by industry leaders such as Bodog, betWWTS, SportingBet and VIPSports. The new relationship they are forming with NetBooth will allow this information to be dispensed to the public via the use of touch screen terminals.
The launch is expected to take place during the fourth quarter of this yea, with the terminals being placed in casinos, pubs, restaurants and other venues likely to be visited by the target market. Users will pay for the printed out information sheets by cash or credit card, and will choose a sheet of interest provided by the system. The system required for horse racing is ready for implementation, initially in Campos, Brazil. Operators in the UK and US have already expressed interest in distributing the kiosks.
The president of NetBooth Corporation, Tony Caporicci said of the new development: 'The supply of a variety of current sports information could lead to exponential revenue growth. With the expertise of Sports Databases content, it puts us on target in building our recurring revenue model.' The CEO of SportsDatabase, Scott Neil commented, , 'This partnership is a natural evolution of our content and marketing services, migrating our online and print-based work into land-based operations. We have been researching this market for several years and have been looking for the right partner to move this project along. Having this opportunity to work with NetBooth speeds the process along faster than we could have hoped.'