September 24, 2012 (Tsuu Tina Nation, Alberta, Canada) – GEObet Gambling Network, sponsor of the iGaming Symposium at the Trading Places Economic Development Conference in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan next week, is pleased to confirm that Chief Eugene Eastman, Saulteaux-Dakota/O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation in Manitoba, will be among the First Nations leaders speaking at the event. He will join a panel discussion exploring the sovereign rites being exercised in order to establish an igaming industry. Also on the panel will be Bernie Shepherd, the former Chief of the White Bear First Nation and the driving force behind the first Indian-owned land-based casino in Canada, and prominent First Nations entrepreneur Gerry Gionet, founder of the GEObet Gambling Network. Gerry Gionet is of the Saulteaux-Dakota/ O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation currently living and operating his businesses in the Tsuu Tina First Nation.
GEObet iGaming Symposium
Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
at the Trading Places Economic Development Conference
Prairieland Park Exhibition Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
iGaming industry experts from France, the UK and Vancouver will also be converging on Saskatoon for the event to offer their insight into operating an online gambling company and provide information on the revenue and employment opportunities the industry has generated in other jurisdictions.
“It is our right to develop our own industries, industries that will create jobs for our people and generate revenue for our communities,” said Shepherd. “Many of us are convinced that creating an online gambling industry will have many benefits to our Nations, just as there has been from our land-based casinos.”
“We have the technology and management expertise to make this happen,” said Gionet from one of his engineering construction worksites in Fort MacMurray. “We’re ready to move on this right now. We want the community participating in the process from the beginning. We hope this conference will get the dialogue going.”
The GEObet Gambling Network, operated by Golden Arrow Worldwide Ltd, is currently exploring opportunities with Saskatchewan First Nations to develop an online gaming industry. The GEObet Gambling Network offers a simple solution to tribal and independent casino operators to compliment and extend their land-based casino operations, enabling them to immediately start moving their land-based casino customers online.
Larry Colcy, Lyceum Media
(604) 788 7957
About the GEObet Gambling Network
The GEObet Gambling Network, operated by Golden Arrow Entertainment, provides a turnkey igaming solution for tribal and independent land-based casino operators. GEObet.com, launched in September 20122, is the first igaming brand operating on the network. Created by respected tribal business leaders and managed by a top international team of industry veterans, the GEObet Gambling Network offers a simple and cost effective way to have a world class online business operating in 60 to 90 days. With its industry leading and award winning online gaming products, the GEObet Gambling Network enables casino operators to defend and retain their customer base against online raiding by the major casino consortiums. Licensed internationally in Malta, Curacao and Kahnawake, the turnkey system expands both land-based and online casino business with complete legal compliance and virtually zero cost of development.
Further background information about GEObet and Gerry Gionet: http://www.lyceummedia.com/geobet
About Golden Arrow Worldwide Ltd. (http://www.goldenarrowmarketing.com)
Based in the Tsuu Tina Nation (Redwood Meadows, Alberta, Canada), Golden Arrow Worldwide Ltd. has formed Golden Arrow Entertainment Limited Partnership for the purpose of providing the complete online gambling solution developed for its own igaming brand, GEObet.com, to First Nations and independent casino operators. Its initial limited partner is First Nations entrepreneur Gerry Gionet. Limited Partnership units are currently available to Accredited Investors. Interested investors should contact Gerry Gionet, CEO and President, at (587) 226-8293 for further information.
About the Trading Place Economic Development Conference (http://www.fsin.com/index.php/calendar-of-events/98/795.html)
The Trading Place, sponsored by The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Economic Development Secretariat, is designed to bring together top leaders and interested parties looking to be a part of one of the fastest and hottest growing economies while exploring development possibilities. Conference participants will include public and private sector leaders and experts as well as FSIN leaders. The mission of the conference is to address one of the most critical issues-the economic growth and development of the Saskatchewan region. The FSIN hopes that by working together in a collaborative manner and combining shared ideas, conference participants will find ways that the benefit not only regional residents and resources but outside investors as well. Event activities will include workshops, panels, plenary sessions, Indian Market and Exhibits to attract major corporate, public and private business to our event.
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