HUNTINGTON, NY--(Marketwire - Feb 27, 2013) - Compliance Systems Corp (OTCQB: COPI), doing business as SeanieMac Limited, the parent company of the all-Irish online sports & casino wagering website www.SeanieMac.com, today announced that, in collaboration with its JV partner Boylesports, it will launch live sports book wagering operations on March 26. It will expand with a suite of online casino wagering games the following month in April.
Boylesports is Ireland's largest, privately owned internet gambling company, and it is "white labeling" its cutting edge, online wagering platform for the SeanieMac.com brand.
Separately, the Company noted it was prominently featured this week in igamingbusiness, a leading online industry media publication at: http://is.gd/LJHm3w. With over 16,000 affiliates, operators and vendors regularly reading its information off-line and 75,000 online, igamingbusiness is the biggest publishing company within the sector (www.igamingbusiness.com).
The igamingbusiness article reports, "SeanieMac.com is expected to go live next month offering online casino games and sports wagering with Boylesports also due to supply technical, front-office and back-office support as well as customer services for its domain.
"Initially set to focus on Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) games as well as Irish horseracing and soccer, SeanieMac.com will also offer unique features, odds and promotional wagering specials from Boylesports while the pair is to create and implement marketing activities to promote the new brand."
Commenting on the historic news, COPI Chairman of the Board, Sean "SeanieMac" McEniff, said, "It has been near two years now, and we and our loyal shareholders are excited to see the launch of wagering operations is now less than a month away. We will lead with the sports book of course, capitalizing on our experience with Irish sports featuring the ever popular Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) along with many other sports book categories, and we'll add casino games in April."
Boylesports will provide SeanieMac with technical and back office support as well as front office support and full customer service. Boylesports will also work with SeanieMac.com to jointly create and implement marketing activities to promote the SeanieMac.com brand.
In addition to brand building and marketing, SeanieMac will focus on providing its customer base with unique SeanieMac.com features, odds and promotional wagering specials -- starting with the GAA games and quickly expanding through the sports book, casino, poker, games, bingo and more.
Boylesports is the largest independent bookmaker in Ireland. Headquartered in Dundalk, County Louth, Boylesports has 175 retail branches throughout the country. In addition to their retail stores, Boylesports operates a telephone betting service, "Fon-A-Bet", and Internet-based betting and gaming services. Boylesports employs over 1,200 people through its gaming operations. Turnover in 2012 is estimated to be over 1.2 billion Euros.
SeanieMac Limited is a development stage Irish company. It owns and operates www.SeanieMac.com, an online sports and casino wagering web-based platform serving gamblers and plans to launch wagering operations next month.
While the site offers wagering for many categories outside of sports, SeanieMac intends to capture the Irish market by initially focusing on the Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA) or Gaelic Games as well as Irish horse racing and soccer. Its mission is to offer a market-leading, user-friendly website for online gambling, including sports betting and casino gaming.
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