Gaming Strategy
Featured Stories
Legal News Financial News Casino Opening and Remodeling News Gaming Industry Executives Search News Subscribe
Newsletter Signup
Stay informed with the
NEW Casino City Times newsletter!
Search Our Archive of Gaming Articles 

Access Gaming Systems Signs Contracts with MyLuckyWorld

25 June 2001

Dublin, Ireland -- June 25, 2001 -- Access Gaming Systems (Europe) Ltd. has signed contracts with MyLuckyWorld (MLW), Oslo, Norway, for the supply of the Access Interactive Gaming System. This deal is the first contract for AGS to be closed in Scandinavia.

MLW is an application service provider (ASP) offering marketing, games development and facilities managed services to licensed regulated gaming operators and charitable organisations throughout Scandinavia. MLW is backed by the Norsk Aller Group, a media and publishing group, and Telenor, a major telecommunications company.

The contract is for the delivery of AGS's new version interactive gaming site which contains a complete new generation of isometric casino games (Roulette, Craps, Blackjack etc.) plus a comprehensive range of lottery and novelty games.

According to Bjørn Gundersen, CEO, MyLuckyWorld, "we chose the Access Gaming System for several reasons, including the rich and certified functionality, player protection mechanisms, the probity of AGS and their blue chip customers, and the Open Content Strategy. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship"

According to Paul Barnes, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, "Access is delighted to have a foothold in the growing Scandinavian market. Our alliance with MyLuckyWorld gives both sides great opportunities for playing a leading role in developing regional gaming markets. We look forward to an exciting future together".

The Access interactive gaming system is an extremely secure, scalable, robust and high performance transaction processing architecture for interactive gaming via the internet, interactive television and wireless networks. Access' interactive gaming system was the first internet gaming system in the world to be certified by a government gaming authority in a fully regulated jurisdiction (The Northern Territory Racing and Gaming Authority, Australia).

The Access interactive gaming system has been licensed to major gaming operators in Australia, Austria, Germany, Holland and the United Kingdom. Access has more than 110 staff developing, supplying and servicing the on-line gaming industry.

For further information visit our website

< Gaming News