SOURCE: Taj Systems, Inc.

November 16, 2005 07:30 ET

Software Developer Seeks to Stir up Asian Gaming Scene

HOLLYWOOD, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 16, 2005 -- Taj Systems, Inc. (OTC: TJSS), a software development company, announces that its Costa Rica-based subsidiary, LoboGaming Corporation, has completed the integration of a full-service Casino and Sportsbook into a turnkey software solution alongside its proprietary Teen Patti (three-card Indian Poker) software. The new software may be sampled as early as this weekend on LoboGaming's newest licensee site, became a licensee of LoboGaming Corp. in October of 2005. The Indian gaming site plans to launch a complete suite of games with the primary focal point being LoboGaming's new Teen Patti software. With Teen Patti, Poker, a Casino and Sportsbook, will become the only site in the world where players can enjoy playing Blackjack, Teen Patti, Texas Hold'em or placing a wager on any sporting event, including India's national sport -- Cricket.

In the November issue of eGaming Review, a highly subscribed gaming publication, the Asian gaming market is analyzed. A description of the larger Asian gaming companies reveals they are all focused on China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore, but no mention of the other most populous country in the world -- India. "We believe India has been largely ignored by the industry because the number of internet users has been low, however, that is rapidly changing as is the acquisition of broadband in major cities throughout India. Our timing is perfect," noted Jay Patel, CEO of Taj Systems.

Taj Systems is a Florida-based software development company. Its wholly owned subsidiary, LoboGaming Corporation, a gaming software developer based in Costa Rica, recently created an online version of the most popular Indian card game, Teen Patti -- a version of three-card poker. LoboGaming has begun licensing the new software to gaming operators. will be the first licensee to launch the software for public play.

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