New Online Gambling Operator Will Also Carry E-sports

VGambling is licensed in Antigua

Antigua-licensed VGambling Inc has reported that it is well advanced in its preparations to launch into the online gambling market with a dotbet website that will also offer eSports gambling internationally, with the exception of the United States.
VGambling has entered into a betting gaming platform software agreement with Swiss Interactive Software GmbH to provide wagering platform software, and the company has an agreement with CAMS LLC to provide global electronic payment and risk management solutions.
It has also recently clinched an affiliate marketing deal with Income Access, with a launch date planned for Q4-2016.
VGambling is led by a team of industry and technical veterans from the online gambling and video game industries, with experienced e-Sports, marketing, legal and financial professionals on the staff of the corporate offices in Antigua.
The company is currently developing several play-money websites and a real-money wagering website at www.vgambling.bet.
VGambling's common stock is listed on the OTCQB (the venture stage marketplace for smaller or early-stage companies that report to a U.S. regulator).
VGambling CEO Grant Johnson, says the VGambling brand will allow players to wager online on a wide range of international eSports, or competitive video gaming, tournaments broadcast on Twitch.tv, YouTube, HitBox.tv, Azubu.tv and other online platforms.
These professional and amateur eSports tournaments involve leading video games such as Dota 2, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, World of Tanks, and Candy Crush Saga among others.

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