SOURCE: Atlantis Internet Group Corporation
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Jun 28, 2011) - Atlantis Internet Group Corporation (PINKSHEETS: ATIG) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with EC Development, Inc. whereby ECDI will supply its state-of-the-art Casino Management software package. As part of the agreement, Atlantis Internet Group will be able to consolidate backend data of all vendors on its "Tribal Gaming Network" (TGN) (a Private Gaming Network linking Indian Casinos nationwide offering Casino customers Class III, Class II and Online games). The TGN offers Indian Casinos larger State to State Wide Area Progressives, The Only Nationwide Poker Network, and a line of New and Traditional casino games, all in a Turnkey Gaming and E-commerce package.
ATIG's TGN is the Native American version of its patent pending "Casino Gateway Network." The TGN will offer exciting casino games from leading gaming vendors worldwide. EC Development's software, which is already operating nationwide in casinos, will offer TGN vendors an option within the Network for a secure non-intrusive format that funnels and manages their data through a central database, much like E-commerce providers.
EC Development's flagship Tahoe CMS (Casino Management System) technology brings speed and efficiency to casino gaming by providing customers a packaged, fully modern, fully computerized slot accounting, promotions, marketing, and reporting system which allows a casino to run virtually any vendor's games on one system, completely eliminating disparate systems while enabling the use of some truly cutting edge marketing tools.
"We believe the Tahoe CMS technologies fit perfectly with the line of gaming products and services we offer to Indian Casinos via the TGN and will help us in our aim to offer our customers a broader portfolio of innovative online and traditional gaming products and services. The selection of EC Development (a Native American owned public company) illustrates ATIG's dedicated efforts to include Native Americans in every aspect of the Tribal Gaming Network," said Donald Bailey, CEO of Atlantis Internet Group.
"We are very pleased to enter into this agreement with Atlantis Internet Group," said Gene Estep, CEO of EC Development and a Native American from the Cherokee Nation. He continued, "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 the gap between traditional gaming casinos and online gaming, it's a great opportunity for us to expand into the online gaming market as well."
About Atlantis Internet Group Corporation
Utilizing an innovative software development team and licensed gaming executives to oversee its state-of-the-art online gaming, slot machine and gaming network products, Atlantis Internet Group Corp. ("ATIG") has bridged the gap between traditional gaming casinos and online gaming. ATIG is one of the first companies to interface with online games and player tracking systems found on traditional floor slot machines, and one of the only online gaming products used in Nevada and now the rest of the United States. For more information: www.atlantisinternetgroup.com.
About EC Development, Inc.
EC Development, Inc. (ECDI), founded in 2005, designs, developments and markets software for the U.S. and international gaming and casino markets. The software monitors, audits, analyzes and manages all financial transactions and customer activities for casinos and other gaming related environments.
Its flagship technology, the Tahoe CMS (Casino Management System), is a complete Class II and Class III game accounting system and offers customers a packaged, fully modern, fully computerized slot accounting, promotions, marketing, and reporting system which allows a casino to run virtually any vendor's games on one system, completely negating the need to have disparate systems while also enabling the use of some truly cutting edge marketing tools. For more information: www.ecdevonline.com.
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