Leisure/Entertainment for sale
World business, patent registered globally
After 10 years of preparation, this new gaming method is now ready to be distributed to the gaming market in the whole world. Its patent has been registered in the world. The owner has also recently bought a distribution company for its distribution. The method has been tested in the UK and South Africa.
All is to lease the intellectual property to Casinos and other gaming organizations, with $50/table/day. No management! No overhead!
With very conservative estimation, say a market share of 6.8% Casino, the estimated revenue is $123,187,500. However, the market potential is not just 6.8%.
The net profit for the investment is to be 200% and it increases as the market share increases.
As planned, in future it will also go on internet, which will be another huge revenue for the investors.
Rather than burning money in gambling, why not investing your money in the gambling business to earn money?
A recent story
Alibaba, the world's biggest e-commerce company, is preparing for its U.S. IPO after filing its prospectus. This has the potential to be the biggest tech company listing yet, according to analysts, surpassing Facebook Inc's $16 billion filing in 2012.
Alibaba.com is a new method of online sale. Fourteen years ago, however, when it called for investors, nobody wanted to consider, but one who is a Japanese investor. Today the Japanese investor may soon become the world’s richest man because he had invested US$20,000,000 for 34.4% shares of the company 14 years ago, which is much higher than that of the founder Mr Jack Ma’s holding (8%), and also higher than Yahoo.com that holds 20% shares of the company.
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The owners are only seeking investments from “sophisticated investors” as defined in the Corporations Act.
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