Grupo Beneficial Nicaragua Goes Online

Published Thursday, January 07, 2010 -

Beneficial Holdings, Inc. an international casino investment and management holding company. Beneficial Holdings Inc. is a state of Nevada USA registered corporation in operation since 1990. It recently created a subsidiary called Grupo Beneficial Nicaragua and announced back in July of last year it would be in the market for a gaming establishment. Carolina Navarro, the President of Beneficial Holdings, said then, "This is just the very beginning of our business plan. We are presently studying and pursuing additional negotiations in Central America with the ultimate goal of joining the ranks of casino companies such as Thunderbird Resorts, Princess Casinos International, and Star City Casinos which successfully operate in Managua,"

Now the company has ventured into the virtual casino market with it's acquisition of the website for its new online casino. The web domain .cr means that it is a Costa Rican based and properly licensed business. The casino will be operational in less than a month and will work with software that users download. A firm contract is in the works for the development of the custom software. In addition to a sports book the casino which will target Non USA gamblers will be offered in several languages, including, Spanish, German, Italian and of course English. Different currencies will be an available option also. Shareholders and customers will receive the CD with the casino download in February so that the games can be played and tested at no charge to the user.

Gaming locations in Central America will be given the Compact Disk with the casino download. Once the system is working, Grupo Beneficial will negotiate with other casino operators to provide the disk to their guests for a commission on revenue from players. Beneficial Holdings Inc. funds its acquisitions with private investment capital with the prime intent of increasing shareholder value while building a substantial gaming operation.

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