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Win Win Wireless UK Offers Broadband Services

12 April 2006

LAS VEGAS -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Win Win Wireless UK, a wholly owned subsidiary of Win Win Gaming, Inc. (OTCBB:WNWN), partnered with Cybermoor, an internet service (ISP) cooperative in Alston, United Kingdom, to extend Internet connectivity via broadband wireless service in the Alston area located on the remote Scottish border.

Using state-of-the-art WiFi/WiMax long range wireless technology, Win Win Wireless designed and installed a network of transmitters to work in conjunction with Cybermoor's existing system. With the addition of wireless transmitters, signals broadcast from Cybermoor's main tower are now delivered directly to outlying areas of Alston. As a result, subscribers in previously unreachable areas can now pick up a standard WiFi signal from their business and home computers.

Win Win Gaming, Inc. CEO Patrick Rogers stated: "We are pleased to be part of the Cybermoor connectivity project. The Alston project provides Win Win with the opportunity to confirm our capabilities to deliver wireless broadband services to remote areas lacking standard DSL or cable service. Due to geographic and/or economic obstacles to DSL and cable in the United Kingdom and numerous regions worldwide, we see tremendous opportunities for secure internet connectivity via broadband wireless in markets throughout the world.

"Win Win Wireless UK is currently negotiating agreements to deploy wireless mesh projects in additional areas in the United Kingdom," Rogers added. "Furthermore, we believe that our capabilities with secure wireless broadband networks will allow Win Win to market and distribute its wireless gaming products directly to the consumer."

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