SOURCE: MRLD Holdings, Inc.

October 05, 2005 08:30 ET

LoboGaming Develops Teen Patti (3 Card Poker)

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 5, 2005 -- LoboGaming Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of MRLD Holdings (OTC: MRHD), announced today the completion of the development of its proprietary software and latest product release, Teen Patti.

Teen Patti is a three-card variation of poker, primarily played in India for centuries, and, until now, has had virtually no Internet presence. LoboGaming's release of Teen Patti is well timed as the card game is often played during the rapidly approaching holiday season of Diwali and the Indian New Year.

LoboGaming CEO Gustavo Morales reports from the company's headquarters in San Jose, Costa Rice, "We are very excited to be able to offer this enormously popular card game to Indians all over the world, who have no means of playing their national game on the Internet. Based upon the explosive growth of traditional Poker, Teen Patti should spur considerable interest from Indians and non-Indians alike."

With a target market over one billion people strong, a new found love affair with Poker around the globe, and a first-to-market advantage in India, LoboGaming and MRHD are positioning themselves to capitalize on this opportunity with the unveiling of their new Teen Patti software.

About MRLD Holdings, Inc.

MRLD Holdings, Inc. recently acquired LoboGaming Corporation, an Internet gaming software developer based in San Jose, Costa Rica. The company's software products are aimed at servicing the largest demographic in the world -- the Asians, with a concentration in India and China. LoboGaming has begun accepting applications from potential licensees for its new Teen Patti software. In addition to software development of popular Asian games, the company also plans to introduce traditional western Poker to the Asian market.

A controlling interest in MRLD Holdings was acquired by Senticore, Inc. (OTC BB: SNIO) in September of 2005.

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