Empire Global Gaming, Inc. Hits Jackpot with International Licensing Agreement

Empire Global Gaming, Inc. (OTC: EPGG) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Turtle Island Gaming, Inc. (TIGI) to license certain intellectual property relating to games which are owned by Empire Global. The Company will receive fifty percent (50%) of all revenues generated from all licensed materials. The Agreement signed this week provides for a term of ten (10); provided that the TIGI continues to meet certain conditions. Details of the agreement are in the company’s recent 8k filing, submitted this week.

EPGG President, Nicholas Sorge, Sr. states, “We are thrilled to have finalized the agreement with Turtle Island Gaming. I am confident that putting our IP to work in a mutually beneficial agreement will lead to exponential revenues for the company and, in turn, creating a near-term increase in shareholder value and fundamental growth for the long term.”

The agreement allows for termination of the agreement if Empire Global Gaming is not earning a minimum of at least $5,000 per month at six months after the effective date of the agreement (April 1, 2013), at least $10,000 per month in royalty payments after one year of the effective date, and at least $20,000 at two years of the effective date.

The company will provide updates on the relationship as the term progresses and looks to enter into similar transactions in a strategic measure to create multiple streams of revenue for EPGG.

Sorge concludes, “According to a Marketline report in 2011, the worldwide market for casinos and gaming recorded almost 8% expansion in 2010 to reach close to $382 billion. The industry is forecast to exceed 3% growth in the five-year period ending 2015 to total nearly $513 billion. We look forward to capturing a percentage of this business through licensing opportunities worldwide as we continue to grow the company.”

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