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BOSTON – Boston Media announced today its featured speakers scheduled to present at iGamingWord 2002. Bill Hornbuckle, President and COO of MGM MIRAGE Online and Marc Falcone, Managing Director at Bear Stearns will individually address iGamingWorld attendees about the future impact of marketing to the online gaming industry.

MGM MIRAGE (MGG: NYSE) is an entertainment, hotel and gaming company headquartered in Las Vegas and last September was the first U.S. casino company granted an Internet gaming license for the Isle of Mann, an autonomous British crown dependency.

“MGM MIRAGE is a premier brand in the gaming industry,” said Hornbuckle. “I am looking forward to our future online success and the opportunity to speak at iGamingWorld.”

Marc Falcone, New York-based Managing Director of the Bear Stearns’ Gaming and Leisure Equity Research teams, will discuss the results of his firm’s ongoing industry studies, which have been conducted over the course of the past several years. In addition, he will elaborate on what the outcome of his industry findings mean to the future marketing strategies of online gaming ventures.

“iGamingWorld will be an ideal venue for Bear Stearns to really articulate what we believe are the key growth drivers of this industry over the next several years,” Mr. Falcone said. “Understanding the outlook of the e-gaming industry is a key factor in the timely execution of strategic marketing initiatives,” he added.

“The iGamingWorld conference program will detail the best marketing strategies and techniques for the online Situs Judi Slot gaming industry. These topics will include the latest marketing strategies to drive players to online gaming ventures and keep them going back for more,” said Jessica Benoit, Conference Manager for iGamingWorld.

Kahnawake Gaming Commission Calls For Review

MOHAWK TERRITORY OF KAHNAWAKE – In response to recent public statements made by Sunny Group with regard to Mohawk Internet Technologies (MIT) and Microgaming, the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) today announced an immediate full review of all the allegations made by respective permit holders.

“The Commission will review the facts surrounding any allegations made by permit holders and take the appropriate regulatory action,” said Alan Goodleaf, KGC Chairman.

According to Goodleaf, neither Casino Fortune nor Sunny Group have provided notice to the KGC of the company’s intention to switch software suppliers or leave Kahnawake, as required in the Kahnawake Gaming Commission’s Regulations Concerning Interactive Gaming and operational protocols. Notice to and permission from the KGC is necessary for permit holders to change their control systems, including software suppliers, and/or to terminate their permits for the purpose of relocating from the jurisdiction. These requirements apply to every permit holder and each permit holder understands these requirements upon their application to the KGC.

“The KGC’s Regulations were created to protect consumers, and the KGC has a responsibility to provide this protection by assuring that permit holders satisfy any obligations to players while operating in Kahnawake before allowing an operator to switch software suppliers or to leave,” said Goodleaf. “Through licensing standards and strict regulations, the KGC has been able to offer a safe and regulated environment to online gaming consumers.

In the creation and implementation of our interactive gaming regulations, the KGC has never given precedence to one permit holder over another, in fact all permit holders are treated equally and all held to the same standards of honesty and integrity.”

Under the circumstances of this case, the actions taken by MIT to secure the gaming equipment and control systems until direction was received from the KGC, was appropriate. It would have been improper for MIT to allow unauthorized access to anyone including the software provider, in this case Microgaming.

The KGC has today directed that normal procedures be implemented and that Sunny Group’s equipment and control systems be preserved – off-line – on the MIT premises until such time as Sunny Group has provided proper notice to the KGC of its intentions to change its software and/or to relocate from Kahnawake at which time the KGC will take the necessary steps in accordance with its Regulations.