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Ebet nails Yahoo.com contract

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    Heard around the ridges is that eBet's new gaming deal with Yahoo.com is going great guns. We all knew it would, of course - as Yahoo.com is one of the most popular sites on the internet, receiving millions of hits per week.

    For those who are unaware, eBet is on a very sweet deal here. They receive 3% commission on every bet placed through Yahoo, simply for providing the gaming infrastructure for the site. Apart from everything else, this is a terrific thumbs up for the overall efficacy of eBet's gaming systems. A small Aussie company taking on the best in the world - and succeeding.

    To see what I mean, visit

    http://horseracing.sports.yahoo.com/?

    Things are really looking up for eBet as recently it also launched its very own sports betting site. Another lucrative arrow to its bow. Visit

    www.sportsacumen.com

    Ebet in my view will turn out to be one of the very few Australian tech companies that succeeds - and prospers, in fact. It's finally well and truly turned the corner from the bleeding edge to the leading edge in its field.

    I know it's been a long, frustrating wait for its band of loyal supporters. But thankfully, now that both the Yahoo.com as well as the sortsacumen.com deals have been bedded down, it's all systems go for the company. Its CEO, Mr Keith Cullen, has already stated that revenues henceforth will be decidedly positive.

    Well done eBet.







 
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