StarGames

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Initially created by Mr. Mika Wirtanen and registered at traderegister in Finland 1995. Stargames Oy[1] was established in Oulu as a brand name for fitness and sporting events as well as equipment sales in 1993 when the kickboxing team[2] was established. Mika Wirtanen guided the first elementary and advanced courses. The first blue and green racing season in Northern Finland was completed by Polish world champion Bogdan Sawicki[3] and Mika Wirtanen. The industry expanded in 1995 as a brand of computer and sports video games, eSports and online gaming. Updated strategic marketing plan within Executive Summary is available for partners globally.

StarGames, LLC is a sports marketing managed by Jerry Solomon, management and entertainment company based outside of Boston, Massachusetts. StarGames represents current and former professional athletes (Including Nancy Kerrigan and Ivan Lendl), produces original content for mass media distribution, operates its own broadband television channels and produces live and made for television events.

StarGames brought tennis back to Madison Square Garden with the 2008 NetJets Showdown[4] and the BNP Paribas Showdown for the Billie Jean King Cup, most recently produced the Caesars Tennis Classic in Atlantic City, New Jersey[5] and television series, "The World of Tennis Presented by BNP Paribas" on MSG Plus.[6]

In addition, partnering with tennis legend Ivan Lendl, StarGames has launched the Champions Academy in Florida for elite junior athletes.[7][8][9][10]

StarGames Online Casino[edit]

StarGames is a web-based Online Casino offering several slots, table games and poker.[11]

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