Posted by: Webmaster
1st: GMoney - You're a dolt. - I don't hide. Go to the ABOUT US page and you'll see my name. Furthermore, come to the G2E her in Vegas ( [www.globalgalingexpo.com
] ) today and you'll meet me in person. You can also meet Duane Mills and Brian Hurley as well as Jeff Hurley. If you were really ripped off for $500K you would have been here. But you're not. Whether or not you're "rhino" or "Black Rhino" I don't care. OPA Mary and some others speculated that's who you were.
2nd: PitBoss. - Correct - I've never dealt with them in the capacity as a licensee. However, these guys have been around a long time and are in this for the long term. Duane and I have had long conversations about this industry and business ethics. My understanding is that we both see eye to eye on this issue; that honesty and integrity are what matters in this business, and you win more in the long term than by ripping people off for the short term.
As for Global Interactive, the story is simple:
GI was a licensee of Starnet (now World Gaming). Duane and Brian used to be in the company. Both recognized as early as 1999 that Starnet had problems, and also recognized that if Starnet collapsed as a company, so would they and their sublicensees.
So Global set out to have other software providers in place of Starnet. They looked at just about every provider. They had Bossmedia for 6 months, then kicked them out.
In the end, they back-integrated with iChance (now Futurebet), then they bought Futurebet. Basically, they "unplugged all the wires" from Starnet's source code and replaced it with Futurebet. Starnet is now removed from the system and the company is on a rock-solid foundation for the long-term.
Like I said before, EVERYONE at some time or another has a problem with their software provider. Some are minor, some are not. But to an investor, I recommend calling Futurebet or seeing them today in Vegas, or bext week at the @#$%& in Vancouver