SOURCE: Taj Systems, Inc.

September 15, 2006 08:00 ET

Taj Systems Develops Unique Gaming Systems Focused on High-Growth Global Indian Gaming Market

HOLLYWOOD, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 15, 2006 -- Taj Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TJSS) (WWW.TAJSYSTEMS.COM), a gaming software development company, initiated its global exposure with the international Indian gaming community through its primary licensee, TeenPatti.Com. The Company will sponsor numerous public events in the United States and worldwide to create a global presence for its potentially enormous worldwide clientele.

Taj Systems focused its in-house gaming software development team on providing high-quality online gaming for the international Indian community, which is enjoying a period of great economic growth and success. By providing these and other services to current and future licensees, the Company expects to develop substantial revenue streams in the upcoming months.

"We believe we have filled a great void in the entertainment and gaming sectors for one of the largest and most economically successful niche clienteles in the world. We have great expectations for our rapid expansion and acceptance among the economically robust global Indian community," stated Carl Gessner, President of Taj Systems.

"Furthermore, we believe that because of our approach to gaming and introduction of games unfamiliar to the Western world, we will achieve significant interest, acceptance, and participation beyond our own target clientele. The product that we offer is exciting and we believe that properly marketed, could achieve similar popularity and global acceptance as Texas Hold 'Em," continued Gessner.

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