GIGSE Planned for May

11 January 2006

ST. CHARLES, Missouri – (PRESS RELEASE) -- The eighth annual Global
Interactive Gaming Summit & Expo (GIGSE) will descend upon Montreal and the
Palais des Congres May 16-18, 2006. Globally known as the main event for the
I-gaming industry, this year's theme of "No Limits" hits on the industry's
vast potential for growth and acceptance.

In response to exhibitor and attendee demand, exhibit hall hours have been
extended to give exhibitors more time to meet and do business with the growing
GIGSE attendance. GIGSE 2005 witnessed a 50% growth over the 2004 event in
terms of total attendance and exhibition space and 2006 will be even bigger.
The exhibit hall will be open from 11:30a to 6:30p on Wednesday, May 17 and
open from 12:00p to 5:00p on Thursday, May 18.

The show will wrap up with the third annual GIGSE Charity Event, with
Gordon House, the provider of both the GamAid and GamStop programs based in
the United Kingdom, selected as the recipient of the generous donations to the
Silent Auction and all donations associated with the Charity Event, as yet to
be determined. GIGSE Charity events have already raised over US $75,000 to
promote responsible gambling charities and practices.

The historically strong conference program at GIGSE will highlight the
transformation and issues arising in an ever-changing industry. River City
Group CEO Sue Schneider notes, "Given the explosive growth in the online
gaming industry and the new markets where it's emerging, we're anticipating
another great year at GIGSE. I think this will be the largest I-gaming trade
show in the 10 year history of this industry so both the conference segments
and the show floor should be quite exciting."

The exhibition portion of GIGSE has already received commitments from over
48 companies. With the show a month earlier than last year, exhibitors and
sponsors are literally lining up to secure their exposure at the most
important I-gaming event of the year.

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