Wi-Fi Communications Company Previews Secure Wireless Casino
Diamond I opens online interactive demo of its Wificasino GS gaming system
Thursday 28th April 2005
Diamond I, a Wi-Fi-based communications solutions company, has announced that it has opened an interactive online web-based preview of its WifiCasino GS hand-held Wi-Fi-based gaming system. This online preview offers the general public a comprehensive first-look at the innovative features of the WifiCasino GS system.
Diamond I's WifiCasino GS is a secure wireless PDA-based gambling and media network designed for Las Vegas-style casinos and resorts, as well as cruise ships and race tracks. The WifiCasino GS is designed to allow patrons to gamble anywhere on a casino's, ship's or track's premises (as permitted by regulatory bodies), including in their rooms, pool-side and at the bar. Using unique, patent-pending proprietary technologies, Diamond I's system offers a highly secure and consumer friendly gambling solution.
In addition, Diamond I's system is capable of extending beyond gambling applications, to include providing Internet access, obtaining resort information, ordering meals and drinks, accessing concierge services, etc. With future applications in mind, WifiCasino GS's modular design will accommodate future plug-in modules that provide additional functionality, thereby permitting the host resort to provide its patrons with new forms of services and experiences.
In Nevada, Diamond I is supporting pending legislation, which has passed the Nevada Assembly and awaits Senate action. This law, once enacted, would permit gaming in public areas within a casino's premises, exactly the areas in which the WifiCasino GS is designed to operate. Although Diamond I is optimistic that this pending legislation will become law, no prediction can be made whether such will be the case.
In conjunction with Diamond I's legislative activities, Diamond I seeks to secure a Las Vegas hotel/casino to serve as the hands-on demonstration site for its WifiCasino GS. Negotiations are currently underway with several Las Vegas casinos to serve as the demonstration facility for the WiFiCasino GS system.