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Atlantis Internet Group, a company whose mission is to bridge the gap between traditional Indian gaming casinos in the United States and online gambling, has announced a technology agreement with EC Development Inc.
The agreement will see Atlantis Internet Group marketing and supporting EC Development Tahoe technologies through its "Tribal Gaming Network," the Native American version of a technology that allows tribal casinos to participate in an online poker network in the U.S.
Tribal Gaming Network vendors will be able to operate within the network securely through a proprietary EC Development format that funnels and manages their data through a central database, much like ecommerce providers. The company anticipates over 5,000 games with revenues in excess of $5 million over the duration of the five year agreement.
"We are very pleased to enter into this agreement with Atlantis Internet Group," said Gene Estep, CEO of EC Development.
"This is an important step in our effort to expand our presence within the tribal casino market, and as ATIG has been a leading innovator in bridging that gap between traditional gaming casinos and online gaming, it's a great opportunity for us to expand into the online gaming market as well."
EC Development's flagship Tahoe CMS (Casino Management System) technology provides operators with a packaged, modern, fully computerised slot accounting, promotions, marketing, and reporting system which allows a casino to run virtually any vendor's games on one system.
"We believe the Tahoe CMS technologies fit perfectly with the line of product and service offerings distributed by Atlantis Internet Group and will help us in our aim to offer our customers a broader portfolio of state-of-the-art online gaming products and services," said Donald Bailey, CEO of Atlantis Internet Group.
Source: InfoPowa News