PacificNet,a leading provider of gaming and mobile game technology, e-commerce and CRM in China, have announced earlier this year that its subsidiary PacGames Ltd. have been granted an iGaming license by Cagayan Economic Zone Authority of the Philippines.
Tony Tong, Chairman of PacificNet said that they’re delighted to receive the license, especially since their games are centred in the rapidly growing Asian iGaming market. He continued to say that the license the company’s progress in becoming a leading technology provider for both online and land-based.
PacificNet has a team of 200 programmers in China and Macau who work together to provide good quality games that meet the demand of Asian gamers and operators.
Going for online gaming was a natural move for PacificNet to expand its business with many of its operating subsidiaries in CRM and internet and mobile partners such as Epro, Bell-PACT CRM, PacGames, WAP.MOABC.com, iMobile.com.cn, 18900.com, vs366.com and Clickcom.com.cn among others.
PacificNet’s gaming products are specially designed for Asian gamers, focusing in integrating regional themes and content, advanced graphics, digital sound effects and popular local music, with secondary bonus games and jackpots.