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Ultimate Gaming Contracts With CAMS for Customer ID, Payment Connectivity and Assistance With Regulatory Compliance

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Ultimate Gaming, a division of Fertitta Entertainment, has contracted to use the CAMS Intelligence Suite® and gateway functionality to help maintain regulatory compliance and accept payments online. With this new agreement, CAMS will provide Ultimate Gaming's new online poker brand, Ultimate Poker, IP Geo-Location services, Mobile Geo-Location, Device Intelligence, Player Age Verification, payment connectivity, chargeback representment and tokenization through a single integration to its centralized platform.

CAMS, LLC is the first service provider approved for Class 2 gaming licenses in Nevada to help online operators comply with know-your-customer (KYC) requirements, geo-location services and payment connectivity.

CAMS advised Ultimate Gaming on selecting the best-of-breed third party solutions to provide the most value while using its platform. Chris Derossi, CTO of Ultimate Gaming, says, "We are pleased to select CAMS as our partner. By working with CAMS we are able to reduce our internal programming costs, centralize many of our daily operating functions and at the same time reduce nearly 30% of our upfront and ongoing monthly costs from the same vendors we intended to work with."

"We are excited to have Ultimate Gaming as a client and look forward to providing them with as much value as possible. CAMS supports the creation of a safe and secure payment environment for casinos, lotteries, brands and players and helps meet or exceed regulatory and compliance requirements," said CAMS' Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Katz. "Our solutions are specifically tailored for partners like Ultimate Gaming and will become increasingly critical as new US regulatory markets continue to develop for the online gaming world."

About Ultimate Gaming/Ultimate Poker

Ultimate Gaming delivers exciting, social and fun casino style games to players around the world. All Ultimate Games are designed with a social DNA, built to share and challenge players to reach new heights. From stacking chips and talking trash to pushing to the top of custom leader boards, Ultimate Gaming brings excitement every day. Ultimate Poker gives players the opportunity to compete with others from around the world for unreal rewards and global bragging rights.

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About CAMS, LLC or Central Account Management System

CAMS, powered by Verifi, is a multi-tenant Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution offering gambling operators the ability to collect and manage player information, assists with monitoring and complying with regulation policies, facilitates player account limit disbursement and payout management and taxation all within a white label solution customizable for each site. CAMS, LLC is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. For more information on CAMS, please call 323.655.5789 or visit www.CentralAMS.com.

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Rob Banchich
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Phone: 00+1+323-655-5789

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