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  • ilygod ilygod Feb 18, 1999 11:07 PM Flag

    IGNIF saw a nice pop! More coming! Her

    Here's the news that will have IGNIF and GLOW sky
    rocketing with their next earnings report. Already the Wall
    Street Research Group has a Strong Buy for the internet
    gambling stocks. They're on the brink of making serious
    headway into the global gambling industry. IGNIF and GLOW
    is especially well positioned b/c not only do they
    have great sites, they are also the suppliers of the
    software for this sector. Remember Cisco and the Internet
    stocks? We'll how much growth potential is there in the
    internet gambling? Imagine these company taking a small
    percentage of each game or bet or winnings. That can amount
    a huge revenue as more and more people are
    utilizing their sites.

    Here's the beginning of
    great news coming out for IGNIF. Check it out for
    yourself!

    Internet Gaming Founder to Join IGN's Board
    of
    Directors

    VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 18,
    1999-- Internet
    Global(VSE:IGN. - news; OTC Bulletin
    Board:IGNIF - news) IGN Internet Global
    Network Inc. (NASD
    OTC BB - IGNIF; VSE - IGN) is pleased to announce
    that Warren
    Eugene has agreed to join the company's
    Board of Directors.

    Featured in Time Magazine
    (June 1995) and in the Wall Street Journal, Eugene, 37
    years
    old, is widely considered to be the pioneer of the
    Internet gambling industry. In an interview with GQ
    Magazine (June 1998), it
    was noted that he is ``The
    Captain of the Invisible Industries''. Eugene was also
    recently featured in Playboy (November 98),
    where he
    was described as the head of ``a small but growing
    group of young gambling moguls''.

    Eugene
    advises that he was the first to accept an online wager
    and estimates that, by the end of 1998, companies he
    has been
    involved with had electronically
    transacted in excess of US$700 million. Eugene has been
    recognized by many as one of the
    grandfathers of
    electronic commerce and he has created several electronic
    banking software applications that are in use
    by
    licensees.

    Along with his extensive experience in
    the Internet gaming industry, Eugene also brings to
    IGN his worldwide financial and
    business contacts.
    With the recent announcement that IGN intends to
    license its award-winning Internet gaming software and
    its
    financial transaction-processing system to third parties
    around the world, the company is excited to have Eugene
    join the
    Board.

    IGN's Casinos of the World
    (www.casinosoftheworld.com) features a full complement of popular casino
    games, including
    blackjack, video poker, roulette,
    video keno and various slot games, including
    single-line slots and the only eight-line slots on
    the
    Internet. Casinos of the World also features large
    progressive jackpots. Casinos of the World's gaming software
    has won
    numerous industry awards, including The
    Gambling Registry's ``Golden Seal Award'', a ``5 Aces
    award'', and Game Royal's
    highest honor, its ``5 Cards
    award''.
    *****Why IGNIF will be a winner!*****


    The potential of the Internet continues to increase
    each week. With only 25 percent of US households
    having access to the
    Internet, this figure, according
    to research firm Jupiter Communications, is expected
    to increase to 55 percent in four more years.
    Forrester Research recently estimated that worldwide
    Internet commerce could reach as high as $3.2 trillion in
    2003.
    The 1998 Casino & Gaming Business Market Research
    Handbook predicts that the Internet gaming market could
    reach US
    $100 billion to US $200 billion in annual
    revenues by 2005.

    I see $$$ written all over this
    one!

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