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Betmaker Brings Online Wagering to Spanish Speaking Population

23 May 2006

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- If you thought the World Cup couldn't be any more exciting,, one of the Internet's oldest and most trusted online sportsbooks, has just proved you wrong. Today, introduced their first Spanish-language online sportsbook and casino just in time for the largest and most watched sporting event in the world, The World Cup.

The addition of a Spanish-language Betmaker will bring all of the excitement and entertainment of sports wagering to millions of Spanish-speaking Americans, as well as the rest of the Spanish-speaking community around the globe.

"Spanish speaking people are some of the most passionate sports fans in the world," said Mike McComb, Director of Marketing at Betmaker. "No sport or sporting event means more to the Spanish-speaking world than the World Cup. Our new Spanish-language Betmaker lends even more excitement and entertainment to the greatest sporting event in the world to the over 400 million persons worldwide who speak Spanish!"

About Betmaker

Since 1996, Betmaker has been serving sports enthusiasts in practically every sport and on every continent by providing them with an unrivalled wagering and casino experience. In turn, this allowed them to build a solid reputation for delivering one of the most secure and customer oriented betting services on the Web. The Offshore Gaming Association calls Betmaker, "One of the best sportsbooks anywhere." And Gambling Magazine raves that, "Betmaker has a solid reputation, with first class customer service." Betmaker unveiled a newly designed Web site in September 2005 and introduced new virtual Poker Rooms to their customers.

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