Gaming VC Chooses Chartwell for New Product Launch

Published Friday, November 27, 2009 -

Gaming VC Holdings S.A has announced a new online gambling product launch. Gaming VC was established in 2004, and is headquartered in Luxembourg. The company is licensed in Malta, the Netherlands Antilles, and Italy. The firm is listed on the London Stock Exchange under the AIM market. Branded Betaland is the new web based product powered by Canadian software developers Chartwell Technology. This company is a leading developer and supplier of Internet gaming software systems to the online and mobile gaming industry. Established in 1998 with over 130 employees in Calgary, Alberta Canada, Vancouver, British Columbia, London (UK), Singapore and Malta. Chartwell is rapidly expanding its current base of branded clients as the online gaming sector continues to grow.

Chartwell is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Back in 2008 Chartwell launched it's first Gambling Commission (UK) licensed online casino Extrabet, for IG Group Holdings. Chartwell's Java and Flash based software products and games are designed for deployment in gaming, entertainment, advertising and promotional applications. Chartwell does not participate in the on-line gaming business of its clients.

Chief operating officer for the company, Dave Acorn said, “We are seeing increased demand for the benefits offered by an open architecture platform. To fully realize global growth opportunity and preserve the investment operators have made in their existing infrastructure to date was one of our key considerations during the development of the latest version of our Chartwell gaming platform. Betaland will be the first client to launch on our new state-of-the-art Chartwell Games Platform in Alderney."

The website offers a wide range of online betting methods that include poker from Boss Media, and downloadable casinos from Net Entertainment, virtual horseracing, live dealer betting and of course sports wagering. It is one of seven available online gambling web sites offered by Gaming VC Holdings.


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