On March 14, 2007, Phantom Fiber from Toronto signed an agreement with Dynamite Idea, a marketing supplier in fix odd wagering. The partnership will mean that the games made by Dynamite will be shown and supported by the large network of Phantom Fiber's over 1,000 supported devices all over the world. Both companies have also agreed to share any profit these new ventures will generate for them.
The Dynamite Idea will provide a wide array of online games, which traces its roots back to traditional casino and slot games, to even odd games, like Hi-Lo and even card games, like Bingo and Keno. Some of the company's offerings are used by large gambling companies, such as Ladbrokes, Skybet, PaddyPower, William Hill, UK Betting and many more. The agreement states that the Phantom Fiber Company will offer these games on the mobile format suited for over 1,000 mobile hand sets throughout the world.
Jeff Haloran, Chairman and CEO of Phantom Fiber Corporation, commented that the United Kingdom and the markets in Europe are the 2 keys to their worldwide expansion, and the Dynamite Idea company is a major partner in those expansion plans.
Simon Caddy, CEO of Dynamite Idea, commented that offering their games on the mobile platform of Phantom Mobile will be an important step for their company and will garner them added customers in the near future. Many of their customers are cashing in on the mobile gambling market and they believe that Phantom will be a great partner for their endeavors and goals.
Dynamite Idea, formed in 1995, is a well-known UK and European developer and is usually involved in online wagering games. Aside from featuring games on online sites, they have games in leading mobile platforms. Their games are also available in about 27 languages.
On the other hand, the Phantom Fiber Corporation's forte is to develop wireless platform software that will let their customers have easy access to high quality games online or even on their mobile phones. The platform is useful not only in gaming, but in everyday practical use as well, like easy access to medical records, banking, brokerage and even logistics and distribution environments.
April 08, 2007