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Flaviano Fogli, G-Fed Games CEO commented: 'This new game type will appeal greatly to the Slot playing demographic as the strong themes, easy interaction and reward structure are very similar between the two game types.'

The object of the Scratch and Win Cards game is to uncover a winning number of symbols by removing the card's scratch -able surface. A paytable and bonus area are included in each individual game. The game variants for the Scratch & Win card launch are based on G-Fed Games popular and industry acclaimed Dragon's Lair, Super 7 and PayDay. This brings the total number of games in the G-Fed Games portfolio to 99. The new Scratch & Win game variants are available on all G-Fed Games powered casinos, and a client listing of which can be found at www.gfedgames.com.

Flaviano Fogli went on to say: 'G-Fed Games continued success can be directly attributed to our ability to produce unique and successful games for our licensees and this is driven by our understanding of the marketplace. We are confident that this brand new game and the ones to

follow in the coming months - will further strengthen our Licensee's competitive edge in the online gaming market.'

About G-Fed Games: G-FED Games is a division of Gambling Federation, a dynamic international online gaming organization that brings together all aspects of the online gaming industry, casino software, operator management & marketing tools, customer & licensee support, financial, billing & payment services, and hosting & technical support.

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