Glorywin Entertainment Growth Forecasts & Industry Outlook for 2015

NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2015 — Glorywin Entertainment Group (OTCQB:GWIN), one of the largest online casino operators in the world has announced their growth forecasts for 2015. Interactive/online gambling is one of the biggest growth drivers in the gambling industry, growing almost 400% in the past 10 years from $10.1 billion in 2004 to $39.5 billion in 2014.

According to Research & Markets “about 51% of the world’s population takes part in some form of gambling every year, thus signifying obvious financial benefits from online gambling websites. With the expansion of the online gambling industry, players have come to expect only the highest quality of online gambling facilities.”

Since 2012, the gaming industry in Macau has consistently brought in more revenue than the entire commercial casino industry in the U.S, outpacing Wall Street’s conservative projections. In 2013, Macau reported revenue of $45 billion, up 20% from the previous year and almost 7 times higher than Las Vegas revenue of $6.5 billion.

Glorywin has seen 4% growth month over month for 2014 and is projecting that number to increase to 5-6% for 2015. The company brought in over $800,000 in net profit for Q2 2014 while expecting to add an additional 4 to 5 junkets to their active base of 25 throughout the next 12 months.

The executive team at Glorywin is actively seeking strategic partnerships with land-based Casinos in Asia and is weighing prospects about further developments throughout the U.S. and Canada. The company’s Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Zhen Long Ho, is currently in the progress of designing and developing a mobile application that will be available by the second quarter of 2015.

The mobile gambling market alone is expected to generate $11.4 billion in revenue for 2015 and garner 35% penetration of the overall casino market, up from 3% in 2012. By 2018, the amount of bets placed via a mobile device is expected to exceed $100 billion.

Glorywin Entertainment Group is positioned to become a dominant player in both online and mobile gaming channels, building on their existing infrastructure and junket operations throughout 2015. Company CEO Mr. Eng Wah Kung states “This past year has been phenomenal for our company and our team, and we are looking forward to these exciting new developments to put us at the forefront of the online gaming industry.”

Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains “forward-looking statements” as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on management’s current expectations and involve risks and uncertainties, which may cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth in the statements. The forward-looking statements may include statements regarding product development, product potential, or financial performance. No forward-looking statement can be guaranteed and actual results may differ materially from those projected. Glorywin Entertainment Group, Inc. undertakes no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise. Visit our website at,


Anthony W. Licausi
V.P. of Corporate Development
Investor Relations Unit
Daniels & Co.


Charms Investments Launches New Site, Sets Record Year

Charms Investments Ltd., a boutique management and advisory firm; with offices in Florida, New York and London has just launched their new corporate website along with a record setting year, completing 30 reverse mergers for 2014.  This ranks Charms amongst the top of Wall Street’s list for M&A activity and positions them as global leader in the M & A industry.

Since 2003, Charms has been providing a full range of advisory and management services including strategic planning and analysis, advising clients on the acquisition of public companies, SEC accounting and compliance, corporate and securities law, investment banking and public relations.  Charms has perfected the process of taking companies public via alternative public offerings, also known as reverse mergers, acting as a conduit for start-ups and growing businesses to access new capital through the public equities markets.

The reverse merger process allows companies to go public much quicker than a traditional IPO with less expense, as well as allowing shareholders to maintain more equity.  “

Charms provides a turnkey solution, working with companies from their debut on the OTC Bulletin Boards to their graduation on larger exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange or the NASDAQ.

Throughout each stage of growth, newly trading public companies need certain resources, all of which Charms can supply through its vast relationships with investment banking firms, SEC attorneys, CPA’s and public relations professionals.  Charms also encourages their clients to attend road shows, conferences and business expos to build brand awareness, allowing a public company the ability to grow and survive in the capital market.

Charms Investments CEO and Founder Clinton Greyling has successfully assisted clients in raising over $100 million in capital for public and private companies as well as acting as a consultant to both institutional and private investors in evaluating and structuring investments in public companies.  Charm’s Director John Zukowski joined the company as Partner in 2006 and brings expertise as lead adviser for issuers and liaison between buyers and sellers, ensuring each issuer has a successful debut on the public market.

Clinton Greyling and John Zukowski have solidified their reputations in the emerging growth small cap Reverse merger industry over the past 11 years and have become one of the most sought after teams for their expert knowledge and tailored advice.  For more information on how Charms Investments can help your company transcend to the next level, visit their website at

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Business Killer: Browser Compatibility

Browser Compatibility: An extremely important issue that could dramatically decrease website conversions and completely kill your business.

Real World Example: Earlier today I was signing up for a new web-based service (company name left out to prevent further embarrassment) and upon filling out all of my information and clicking “sign up”, nothing happened.  The sign up page just kept refreshing with all of my information still inside the form.  I proceeded to contact the site’s help through their live chat system and was told that the “IT department has checked and you’re using an older browser which may not be compatible”.  (I’m using FireFox 32.0.3 with the newest version being FireFox 33.)

Solution: I was sent a link in the live chat session that brought me to a different sign up page that worked right away.

Conclusion: I’m going to go out on a limb and say that most people would’ve gotten fed up after clicking “sign up” for the third time to no avail and would’ve went to a competitor’s website (there are 5 I can think of off the top of my head).  Very few people will take the time to contact help just to simply set-up a brand new account- that process should be the easiest of all, especially if you’re in a competitive space and depend on web based conversions for lead gen.

Being that part of my job includes helping companies with their digital presence to increase conversions, I was obligated to find out what was going wrong.  In conclusion, if you’re a serious business and you’re launching a new version of your website or even making updates, have your IT person/team work through the site on different browsers including prior versions going back at least 6 months.  It is NOT safe to assume that everyone of your potential new customers are updating their browsers regularly.

If you do find an issue with a particular browser or version, than include text on your site that says “Click this link if you’re using an older version of (Firefox, Internet Explorer)” or something to that extent.  Don’t force people who aren’t even your customers yet to jump through hoops to get a working link through your live chat customer service rep!