|Dot com Entertainment Group Inc. has announced plans to expand its roster of online gaming products over the next year, and expects to announce record revenues and earnings for 2001 when it releases its year-end financial results. |
The company confirms the successful launch of several new e-gaming businesses, including www.bingovega.com, www.casinovega.com, www.funtimebingo.com and www.anchorcasino.com. Casinovega is a conversion of an existing on-line Casino to dot com's technology; Funtime is part of the Diamond Sportsbook Group, one of Costa Rica's largest sportsbooks and Anchor has prior marketing affiliations with one of the world's largest on-line Casinos. In addition to making use of dot com's Internet Bingo and Casino technologies, many of these virtual businesses have used web development, branding and e-digital services from Inferno Media, dot com's e-digital division.
Over the next eight weeks, dot com has scheduled the following on-line projects for delivery and soft-launch: www.tipibingo.com, www.bingogold.net, www.victorsbingo.com, www.victorsblackjack.com, www.casinosilver.com, www.bingohall.com, www.winbig.com, www.bingomaniaaffiliate.com and www.diamondcasino.com.
Additional online projects for the first half of 2002 include online offerings for two yet to be named United Kingdom-based clients.
Discussing the company’s favourable results in the evolving online gaming market, Scott F. White, dot com's President & CEO says:
“We were fortunate in that we did not see substantial decreases in licensee revenue in December as a result of e-gaming credit card processing issues which have impacted on other e-gaming software companies'. He adds: 'When dot com conceptualized its business model back in 1996, it did not want to be in the e-gaming processing business. This way we allowed our licensees to determine the type, location and scope of their e-commerce needs, which in most cases included on-line checking, e-cash and credit cards systems. This strategy has allowed our licensees to make use of numerous options for e-commerce processing, thereby better protecting their revenue streams.'