SeanieMac Becomes the Latest Irish Online Gambling Offering

Irish online gambling industry is expanding rapidly, with the latest SeanieMac offering going live.

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Irish gamblers can enjoy more and more online gaming opportunities, as the industry is continuing to expand. The latest company owned by Compliance Systems Corp, SeanieMac, has introduced an array of online gaming opportunities in compliance with Irish gambling laws.

SeanieMac will provide its members with sports and other internet betting opportunities including the extremely popular football and horse racing. The company will also operate interactive skilled games, bingo, poker live casino, and an online casino in Ireland. Their gambling destinations will be unavailable for US players, and SeanieMac has warned all USA players to stay away.

According to Irish gambling news the gaming industry in the country has generated close to $19 billion in revenues back in 2011, with around $2 billion of that coming from online sector and already in 2012 that figure grew to $3.2 billion.

The Irish online casino and sports betting operator revealed it has underwent a two-week soft launch of its slot machines and casino games, and has already gone live with several hundreds of gaming titles in the library. The casino comes as an addition to the already operational sportsbook.

To support the launch, SeanieMac has invested into nationwide TV ads, print media campaigns, and even Google pay-per-click advertising. The company has also given away over EUR 20,000 in various free incentives. The date, which is being gathered right now will help SeanieMac to assess the best return on their marketing efforts.

The sportsbook has already gained over 1,000 new members and has generated over EUR 250,000 in revenues. The introduction of casino games and online slots will help the company to gain more members and awareness ahead of busy betting autumn.

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