August 20, 2008 (InfoPowa News) — Canadian online gambling software developer Entertainment Inc. appears to be following the Net Entertainment path of announcing new licensees without immediately disclosing who they are. This week CEO Jake Kalpakian followed this route when he revealed that his company has signed a new licensee for its Asian Multi-Player Software featuring its latest game, Mahjong 1-On-1.
The licensee is apparently still under development and will join the LVFH Asian Games Network at soon. The network serves as an aggregate host site for online poker, sportsbook and casino operators offering the LVFH Asian multi-player games.
The unnamed licensee will also have access to a number of other popular games including Fight The Landlord, Big 2, Chinese Poker and Si Ki Pi.
"We are pleased with the addition of another licensee and are in advanced negotiations with several other parties," Kalpakian said, commenting that as a result of an expanded suite of payment solutions, the Asian Games Network will be able to serve a much broader range of customers in Asia.


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