Pensacola Technology Company Launches Spanish Language Lottery Data Service

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Gaming Solutions International has released a Spanish language version of their interactive lottery data service. Their patent-pending technology has been widely adopted by leading online media groups and is now available in Spanish.

Gaming Solutions International is pleased to announce they have launched a Spanish language version of their patent- pending interactive lottery data.

“We are extremely pleased to have our interactive lottery data available to serve the Spanish language wireless and online community. Lottery data is a source of information that is in demand every day, and now the Spanish speaking community will now have access to the best interactive lottery data on the planet," said John Brier, Managing Partner of Gaming Solutions International, LLC.

The Spanish language content will be made available to the current media groups who have partnered with Gaming Solutions International, as well as additional clients who specifically serve the Spanish online community. Examples of this Spanish language content can be seen online at http://www.lottofactor.com/spanish/index.html

“At a time when 90% of the U.S. population lives in a lottery enabled state many of those people speak Spanish. We have recognized the need to supply this market with lottery results. Our patent-pending suite of interactive lottery data services will now be available in Spanish as well as English as wireless or online content. Millions of Spanish speaking people play the lottery every day and we look forward to providing them with best of breed content through our relationships with our media partners,” added Brier.

About Gaming Solutions International, LLC:

Gaming Solutions International, LLC, is a Pensacola, FL based technology company that produces patent-pending interactive lottery results data for wireless providers and online media properties, to include newspapers, television stations, radio stations, portals, and news and information web sites. Lottery data coverage includes all state and government sponsored lotteries in the United States, Canada, the U.K., and Ireland. Content partners include AOL, Compuserve, ABC Television, Bell South, AccuWeather, The Baltimore Sun, The Chicago Tribune, The Orlando Sentinel, MSNBC,CBS Radio, Hello Metro, and many others. For more information visit their corporate web site at http://www.LottoFactor.com

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