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Discussion in 'General Jive' started by jetset, Feb 28, 2007.

    Feb 28, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    Is mahjong the new poker?

    Dynasty Gaming Inc. has announced that its Mahjong Mania gaming software will soon power a new consumer-facing Mahjong site branded Mahjongclub.com that will specifically target players across Asia.

    Mahjongclub.com will be owned and managed by Adriaan Brink, acknowledged as a pioneer in online gaming and formerly president of Mahjong Systems Limited.

    I believe Mahjong is about to explode, becoming the new poker, said Brink. With the online gaming industry looking to gain access to Asia, Mahjong is increasingly looked upon as a necessary component of every companys product offering. I see a time, in the very near future, when Mahjong is as commonplace at online casinos or poker rooms as blackjack is today.

    As the largest online operator of the game, Mahjongclub.com will position itself as the Party Poker of the Asian world, Brink revealed.

    Albert Barbusci, chief executive of Dynasty Gaming says, The focus of Adriaans initiative is complementary to our strategy for developing the China online gaming market. As we have previously announced, Dynasty has entered into various marketing and distribution agreements with leading Chinese partners including Junnet, Sohu, Sun Media, Betex and Sino Strategic International.

    "We have expanded our product offering through a cross-licensing agreement with Las Vegas From Home.com Entertainment Inc. that provides us with a number of Asian poker-style games. By providing Adriaan with our Mahjong Mania software for his Mahjongclub.com site, we are taking yet another step to realize the enormous potential of the China market.

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