W Technologies, Inc. CEO Wayne Allyn Root Announces Online Poker Strategy
W Technologies, Inc., a Nevada based online social media and gaming company, plans to offer online poker via the Internet. WTCG intends to use a social gaming advertising agency to assist with its market strategy.
WTCG's main subsidiary is SoMo Technologies and these guys have worked with some big name companies.
SoMo is the powerful combination of Social Media and Mobile Marketing technologies. While we perform complete hand-holding and consulting over the life of our client’s projects, a few of our specialties include:
While SoMo Technologies is a recently established company, past customers or development partners of the SoMo Technologies principals and associated technology professionals have included:
BP (British Petroleum)
Lernout & Hauspie
Allure Las Vegas
Las Vegas Public Relations Corp.
This company uses social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google for marketing and we all know how popular these media outlets are....it really doesnt get any bigger than Facebook.
float of around 8.5 mill
W Technologies, Inc. is a Nevada based online social media and gaming company which today has announced plans to offer online poker via the Internet. WTCG anticipates launching an online poker site offering online play for free as well as prizes to players globally!
Okay so you think online gaming and 90% of you will say, "Yea play cards online...that's cool..."
But really, we think this news is monumental for a company that currently built its market value of $1.8 million strictly on social media and mobile marketing solutions. Now they are planning to mix in the world of online gaming that boasts mega numbers. Just to give an idea of what companies in this industry is capable of:
Bwin.party: Operates the Party Network including Party Casino and Party Poker generated total pro forma revenue of €814.0m in 2010 alone (Roughly $1.01Billion)
Sportingbet boasts a 12 month trailing revenue of just under $212 million
A Forbes article estimated that in that year, FullTilt Poker saw $500 million in top line revenues with $100 million (Forbes.com)
That same article also released information on PokerStars generating global revenue of $1.4 billion!