Budapest Affiliate Exhibition Launch Venue for DublinBet New Site

Published Monday, September 06, 2010 -

DublinBet is an online casino with attitude. This veteran online casino operation doesn't rest on it's successes as a casinos that offers 'live' online action to it's players but has done it's best to stay current and up to date.

DublinBet is one of 14 online gaming sites owned by VueTec Ltd. and has recently announced details of their much anticipated re branding. The Budapest Affiliate Exhibition in October will be the venue for the unveiling of the completely revamped new DublinBet web site.

Material Marketing, a Glasgow Scotland headquartered design firm was given the opportunity to create a new persona for the company. The efforts of the designers have not gone unnoticed and have received praise from professionals in the field who say the Irish traditions are well represented by an established and high end presentation.
The DublinBet site is being developed by digital marketing and communications agency Code Computerlove company based in Manchester England. The improved new logo design was inspired by DublinBet's traditional old logo the 'db' initials, which has been compared to a 'shamrock', a 'club' symbol on playing cards, and possibly a 'heart'.
"The Heart of Live Online Gaming" is the new DublinBet catch phrase that truly represents the action at DublinBet which allows players to view 'live' action from the casinos floor at the Fitzwilliam Casino and Card Club in the heart of Dublin Ireland.

Since 2005, DublinBet has been attracting international players who are loyal and trusting.  Celebrating five years online DublinBet has a strong reputation for an excellent gaming experience, customer service and rapid payments to it's players and affiliates.
VueTec's, deputy Chief Executive Officer, Grant Fraser, commented, "I am delighted with our new logo. We carefully selected the most appropriate colours that would help us stand out in a crowded market. I can't wait to see it come to life when the new and improved website launches in October."




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