SOURCE: Caribbean Casino and Gaming Corp
MIAMI, FL–(Marketwire – August 12, 2010) – Caribbean Casino and Gaming Corp (
CEO Steven Swank stated, “We’ve raced to ensure we were in the position to take advantage of such a great opportunity within the US while ensuring success around the world. As the US market opens up, we will have the most unique technology and ability to penetrate the markets available, offer the entertainment people desire with integrity utilizing our live video gaming and help governments build out of their deficits.”
Although the NJ State Senate Bill S-490 currently requires a Permit fee of $200,000 and an annual renewal fee of $100,000, it appears to encompass the idea of how much revenue can be made, with online gaming within a single state of the US. CGAQ is considering raising their forecasts of $250,000 per month for worldwide online live video gaming based on recent discussions.
Mr. Swank continued, “Our efforts, matched with our ability, continue to keep us at the forefront of opportunity and growth. We look forward to participating in the growth of the American Online Gaming Industry. Senator Frank, Former Senator Al D’Amato and the NJ Senate Panel continue to lead the US with foresight, in an effort to rebuild the current economy. We are excited to build our company in cooperation with their efforts and intentions.”
CGAQ is launching their international Live Video Online Gaming and Sports Wagering Internet Site throughout 52 countries on August 21, 2010, previous to its internationally televised Fight Club Series broadcast on ESPN Deportes. The sports wagering alone is expected to increase the event revenue by 100% as Felix Diaz enters the ring and the Brothers Valdez, make their professional debut. The Brothers Valdez were recently signed by CGAQ and their manager to represent the casino.
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