Blue Genie Gaming SA has announced in a press release that the company is expecting to launch their online casino and gambling turnkey solutions by the third quarter of 2006. The gaming products, which include poker and casino solutions (as well as online bingo products to be introduced in 2007), will see the end of the developmental stage if all goes well in the online casino industry.
Depending on whether funding goes as planned, and if the U.S. Senate has an opportunity to vote on the current anti-online gambling proposal before the end of this year’s legislative activities, Blue Genie will begin offering its products on a large scale. It looks very likely this will be the case, for there is a very good chance the U.S. Senate will not vote on the proposed bill in the next eight weeks (which is all the time they have). Funding is looking good and Blue Genie CEO, Robert Moran is confident the company will take off with a bang from their Costa Rican headquarters.
Gearing up for their entrance into the mainstream market of online casino and gambling turnkey solutions, Blue Genie has also announced the appointments of several key company positions, including Robert Evans as Senior Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer and Chris Calisto as Chief Financial Officer. Evans was formerly the top officer at all-in-one online casino, sportsbook and poker room, Nine, before the company was bought out by Leisure and Gaming plc. Calisto has an impressive record running the private equity company, Golden Triangle Capital, as well as his current self-named operation, Calisto & Company.
The latest press release expressed Moran’s excitement for the company, especially with the two new appointments. In terms of marketing and branding, the expertise of Mr. Evans will be priceless, and will be a major factor in offering visitors a fresh, new online gambling product.