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5 March 2007

LONDON, England – (PRESS RELEASE) -- , the leading gambling portal, recently launched its Spanish, French and German editions of the gaming portal in order to bring the non-English speaking players closer to the world of gaming.

It takes a lot of effort to form a community and it takes extraordinary effort to form an international gambling community, but that's just what has done. The guide has already launched its Japanese version of the portal, which has sparked new interest among Japanese players.

As one of the major sources of information on the gambling world, is reaching out to players from around the globe and is providing them with an opportunity to experience the gambling community in their native tongue.

French, German and Spanish speaking players can now enjoy acclaimed casino games tutorials, quality articles that cover every aspect of the gambling and online gambling industry, land-based casino and online casino reviews and much more.

Among the many services that 777 provides to its users, the VIP Lounge stands out as a unique source of information on VIP programs that casinos offer their most valuable players, and also exclusive promotions that are available only through

Amy Gomez,'s Marketing Director, calls on players from around the world to do the same and join other players and become an active factor in the gaming world.

"Players in French, Spanish and German speaking countries should take advantage of our new service and become a part of an ever growing group of gamblers," said Gomez. "They can now participate and have the power to influence the gambling industry by writing, commenting and sharing in their native tongue with other members of the community."

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