Elray Gaming Raises The Tech Bar for Online Casinos

Published Thursday, March 08, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com
Elray Gaming has taken a lead roll in setting the bar high in a bid to make online casino participation more fun than ever for the avid player. The recent announcement  that the developer of interactive gaming and technology items that offers a turnkey solution to operators. Elray Resources Inc. has acquired Intellectual Property that will give Elray Gaming a development opportunity that is broad in scope. This new edge tech is to be marketed under the name CrazyJapps.
Chief Executive Officer of Elray, Mr. Goodman, commented, "This acquisition of cutting edge technology by Elray is extremely valuable and will result in substantial revenues. The overall market for virtual goods in the US is headed towards $2.9 billion for 2012, up from $2.2 billion this year, and $1.6 billion in 2010." Mr. Goodman also stated that "91% of online U.S. adults access social media in a typical month; two thirds of online U.S. adults use social media."
The simple explanation of the technology as users visit certain websites they will be alerted directly from their browser from a drop-down notice. As the user partakes in the special discounts, Elray would benefit by generating immediate revenue income from the use of the data obtained from these installs. This idea has massive implications for many past times but for online casinos it will add a great deal of convenience for the player.  Elray Gaming's new Toolbar app for active online poker or casino players it will give them a heads up right from their browser, for any special discounts or discount codes for any specific site. This would not only offer users the ability to find special discounts on many online gaming sites, but create a customer data base where the law permits. With millions of people using these applications every day, CrazyJ Media, a subsidiary of CrazyJ Apps., is bound to reap a lot of information that can be used to target market.

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