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High Rollers Network Opening Soon.

Monday 11th March, 2002

High Rollers Network, a gaming services company based in Sydney, Australia is pleased to announce the launch of the temporary website. The first organization of its kind in the world, High Rollers Network focuses entirely on servicing the ‘high limit’ casino player market.

Since our inception on March 2000, High Rollers Network staff have been hard at work developing a range of products and services always demanded by the ‘high limit’ casino player, but never before properly delivered as a complete package.

Using a combination of online and offline methods for delivering its products and services, strong partnerships with well-known and respected land based and online casino operators, a great customer service, exceptional content and the latest technologies to deliver them, High Rollers Network aims to be the number one destination for ‘high limit’ casino players, and thus fulfill every aspect of what they are looking for from their gaming experience.

“We are very excited about the launch of High Rollers Network,” said Martin Martinez, Managing Director of High Rollers Network Pty. Ltd. “and to celebrate our upcoming inauguration, in partnership with ‘Casino Atlantis Online’ and ‘Gambling Online Magazine’ we will be giving away a fantastic “High Rollers Gift Pack” worth over US$ 1,500.00 to one lucky winner as well as exclusive invitations to all subscribers to join our network absolutely FREE when we open our doors to the public, simply by registering their details at our website www.highrollersnetwork.com”

High Rollers Network’s objective is to deliver its products and services to its members in stages over a 12 month period from its grand opening culminating with the launch of its patented rewards program ‘High Rollers Rewards’.

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