Strikes Deal with Boss Media
England - Boss Media have announced they have signed
a deal with UK gaming company, Sportech Plc to provide
a casino and poker platform for Sportech's Littlewood's
Bet Direct Internet Gaming site.
will supply a casino system with GBP as the base currency,
available in download and in web-based versions. Littlewoods
is one of the biggest gaming operations in the UK, providing
services to over one million customers.
are very happy for the contract to provide Littlewoods
BetDirect with a casino and poker solution. Given our
experience from customized integrated gaming solutions,
and Littlewoods extensive experience from gaming operations,
we see a great potential in this cooperation,' says Peter
Bertilsson, President and CEO of Boss Media.
looking to develop the casino and poker products for Bet
Direct we were conscious that the products needed to utilize
the existing account offered on the Bet Direct Sportsbook.
Boss Media have proven expertise in this area and this
coupled with their excellent product offering made them
the natural choice,' says Phil Kissane, Director of Internet
Gaming at Littlewoods Gaming.
Entertainment Inc. Completes Relocation of its Corporate
Ontario - Parlay Entertainment Inc.,formerly dot com
Entertainment Group, Inc., the world's leading supplier
of Internet Bingo solutions, is pleased to announce that
it has successfully completed the relocation of its corporate
domicile from the State of Florida to the Province of
result of this two-step corporate action results in the
Canadianization of the Company. On October 18, 2004, DCEG
moved into Ontario through the State of Nevada and then
amalgamated, on November 30, 2004, with its various Canadian
subsidiaries to become Parlay Entertainment Inc.
of DCEG became shareholders of Parlay by operation of
was outlined in the Plans of Conversion and Merger, which
were forwarded to shareholders in October 2004, rights
of dissent were available under Florida and Nevada law.
No shareholder elected to exercise any right to dissent.
believe that the relocation of our Company from the United
States to Canada, and a streamlined and more efficient
corporate structure, will benefit all of our shareholders,
through more attractive valuations and shareholder liquidity,"
said Scott White, Parlay's President & CEO. "Reporting
requirements from new regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley
create a burden for small businesses in the United States,
disproportionate to their size. A Canadian domicile, on
the other hand, will allow Parlay to focus less on overhead,
and more on driving the growth of the business, much of
which will be in international markets outside of the
shares of Parlay Entertainment Inc. are presently quoted
on the United States Pink Sheets under the symbol "DCEG".
Effective in mid-January, a new share symbol more representative
of Parlay's new corporate name will replace the present
symbol. We will update our stakeholders as soon as the
new symbol is assigned to the Company by the NASDAQ. The
Company has also recently applied to list its shares on
the TSX Venture Exchange.