Online Sportsbook Exchange Coming to Facebook – Atlantis Internet Group is a public Nevada Gaming corporation specializing in the development of casino games, casino management software, slot machine software, gaming networks and land based casino development. ATIG Gaming online division is licensed in Montreal, Canada by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, the largest off-shore Internet Gaming Hosting jurisdiction in the world.  The Company’s subsidiary Atlantis Gaming International, (Australia) is licensed in the Northern Territory of Australia to distribute Gaming Equipment.

The recent announcement that Atlantis Internet Group will partner with WikiBetting to launch social sports gaming on Facebook has brought the firm into the online gambling industry’s spotlight. Atlantis Internet Group and WikiBetting will operate the Sportbook Exchange, an application on Facebook. Credits available on Facebook will allow players to bet on any sporting event in the world 24/7 from almost anywhere. The offering will be hosted by the Tribal Gaming Network, a multi-vendor gaming platform with the federal approval to offer legal Intranet Gaming in Indian casinos in 28 American States, and beyond.

Donald L. Bailey, Founder, CEO, and Chairman of ATIG commented, “The Sportsbook Exchange gives players in Indian casinos in 28 States the feeling of betting on a live sportsbook,” Bailey added, “This is a significant first in Internet gaming. Indian tribes now gain the opportunity to participate in the $40 billion international Internet gaming market — and now the up-and-coming social gaming market,” he continued to say, “The strategy to attract international customers is simple: Indian casinos are located in the most regulated gaming market in the world — the United States. This assures winners on the Tribal Gaming Network that they will be paid their winnings, something that has always been questionable for international online casinos.”

Conrad Granito, a new member on the ATIG’s Board of Directors, also commented, “I am proud to be a partner in this ground-breaking endeavor.” Adding, “With the Tribal Gaming Network customers know the geographical location of the casino they choose to trust with their gambling dollars,”


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