NovaLogic goes for Beer – Industry Veteran Joins Slot Online Marketing Team

NovaLogic goes for Beer – Industry Veteran Joins Slot Online Marketing Team

CALABASAS, CA (April 12th, 2002) – Entertainment software developer and publisher NovaLogic, Inc. today announced that Marcus Beer has joined the company as PR Manager for North America.


Beer joins from Ubi Soft where he worked on the award winning Tom Clancy© titles Rainbow Six™ and Ghost Recon™. An 8-year industry veteran, Beer has also had spells at Red Storm Entertainment, Blue Byte Software and Interactive Magic.


Beer will report directly to Georgina Petrie, Director of International Marketing, and work along side European PR Executive Chris Clarke, who is based in NovaLogic’s UK office in central London.


“Marcus brings with him a wealth of experience, enthusiasm and personality. He is a perfect fit for NovaLogic and we are extremely pleased to be able to bring him on board as part of the marketing team,” commented Georgina Petrie.


About NovaLogic

Founded in 1985, NovaLogic Inc. is a developer and global publisher of computer games for the PC, PlayStation® and PlayStation® 2 game consoles, NINTENDO GAMECUBE and Xbox™ video game system. Based in Calabasas, California, the company’s European arm, NovaLogic Ltd., has its offices in London, UK. Key game franchises include Delta Force, Comanche and F-22 Lightning. For more information go to


Online Casinos Award $25,000 in Bonus Cash & Prizes


Vancouver, BC, September 13, 2000 – Ten popular online casinos are participating in a unique cooperative promotion that will award nearly $25,000 in cash and prizes in a free bonus sweepstakes.


CasinoContest( is pleased to announce its first Weekly Bonus Draw winner! In a random draw from all entries received in the first week of the contest, Geoff W. of Durham, NC, a regular player at Vegas Grand Casino, ( won a $50 credit in the participating casino of his choice.


CasinoContest is the only free sweepstakes that gives slot online terpercaya  casino players unlimited chances to win a Chrysler PT Cruiser or one of 12 cash prizes. Players can enter as many times as they wish, increasing their chances to win a Chrysler PT Cruiser, $1000 cash, $500 cash or $50 casino credit. As well, each month the Top Winner among players at participating casinos will receive $1000 cash and a $100 casino credit.


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Die, dot-com, die!


Not long ago, people walked around with dollar signs in their eyes and seemingly no price was too high to pay for a “dot-com” stock. But now, the gold rush is over: Profits? N/A. Business models? Questionable. Perspectives? Uncertain. From today on, people can wager at what dot-com company is about to die first at Germany’s Neuer Markt.


St. John’s, Antigua, 09/01/2000 – Frankfurt’s Neuer Markt (New Market) used to be the jewel in the crown of Europe’s financial markets. How far the mighty has fallen: Highflying Internet stocks have consolidated heavily; IPOs get cancelled or postponed dashing many firms’ hopes and dreams; and constant rumours about companies hitting the bottom of cash funds cause newsletter after newsletter to publish “dot-com dead pools”.


In the past, people looking askance at the sky-rocking shares of Internet companies with more or less convincing business plans had hard times as dot-com shares soared easily 100% or even 1,000%. But now that the industry is starting to come down around our ears, possibilities to benefit from the shifting tide remain limited: with options and derivatives being too complicated and hardly accessible for individual investors, predicting which overhyped dot-com is doomed to fail appears not very rewarding in financial terms. Well, not really… became today the first established bookmaker to accept bets which company listed at the Neuer Markt is doomed to die first. The company that first declares insolvency is considered to be the „winner“ – bringing the bettor a multiple of his initial stake as a payout. Deadline is December 31, 2001. has released odds for the following ten possible failures-to-be:




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