SOURCE: Global Gaming Network, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 15, 2012) - Global Gaming Network, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GBGM), www.GlobalGamingNetwork.net, announced today that its new SportsAlert.com 3.0 Mobile Application, which allows subscribers to sign up for its free service, view live game scores, and manage team and game alerts, is now available in a beta version.
"With the introduction of the new and improved SportsAlert Mobile Application, subscribers now can either sign up for our services at our website, www.SportsAlert.com, or use the SportsAlert Mobile Application to sign up and receive free text message alerts on scores and statistics on their favorite teams and players with new features and enhanced services," said Stephen Kern, President of GBGM.
SportsAlert.com is the leading independent provider of sports data to mobile telephones in North America, one of the pioneers and a "first mover" in this field, having established its marketplace presence in 2006. It is a free, advertiser supported text message information service providing real time sports scores and updates to subscribers' mobile telephones.
About Global Gaming Network, Inc.:
Global Gaming Network, Inc. is a developer, distributor and aggregator of digital entertainment and sports information for online and mobile platforms. SportsAlert is a registered trademark of the Company.
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