Skill Games

  • 11 June 2006

    MoneyGaming gets funding boost

    NetImperative By Staff 09-06-2006 10:46 AM Related: Online skill gaming firm MoneyGaming has attracted a substantial equity investment by IPGL Ltd. The company aims to use the investment to develop its ‘own brand’ proposition, including MoneyGaming.com, as well as increasing its portfolio of fully networked and integrated media and gaming partners. The deal sees IPGL acquire a 30 per cent stake in MoneyGaming and a place on the board of directors.

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  • 18 May 2006

    Red Hot Rummy and Red Hot Partners to be introduced at GIGSE

    iGaming GameAccount Double Treat for GIGSE 2006 15-05-06 May 15th, 2006 (London, UK) – GameAccount, the world’s largest integrated network of skill-based person-to-person (P2P) games, will unveil leading products and innovations at this year’s GIGSE Global Interactive Gaming Summit & Expo taking place in Montreal, Canada from the 16th-18th of May. GameAccount will be introducing 2 new key products, RedHotRummy.com and Red Hot Partners: Red Hot Rummy: RedHotRummy.

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  • 18 May 2006

    BELLE ROCK ENTERTAINMENT UNVEILS NEW & IMPROVED SPORTSBOOK

    GIBRALTAR, May 15 /PRNewswire/ – - The Gaming Club Sportsbook’s new site is launched to provide the most comprehensive betting opportunities, ranging from the World Cup to Big Brother Belle Rock Entertainment today announced the launch of The Gaming Club Sportsbook’s new site, taking a success and turning it into a phenomenon.

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  • 18 February 2006

    Mini Pai America

    Have you seen the Games and Casino version of Mahjong? You will find it here: Mini Pai America It was created right after the 9-11 disaster and has a certain flavor that reminds of that period. One of the tiles has the burning towers, still standing. Most others have some USA theme, USA native flowers or animals or landscapes, and landmarks and statues. It is a really fascinating version of mahjong. If you doubleclick the tiles they enlarge and you can see the pictures better.

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