We are very proud of these results, and believe they clearly demonstrate the successful turnaround of the company.

Let me now share with you, some of the specific highlights for 2011. Consolidated revenue was $27.1 million, up 22% from 2010 and was a record high for the company.

This growth was driven by both our gaming and other products divisions. Gaming participation revenue was $17.4 million, up 22% from 2010, and was primarily driven by strong performance at operations at NagaWorld in Cambodia.

Average consolidate net win was $140 for 2011, an increase of 20% from 2010. Both our operations at NagaWorld and in the Philippines post strong gains in average net win during the year.

NagaWorld’s net wins improved 15% to $232. As we benefit from our proactive machine management and target this marketing initiated. The positive growth trends has continued so far this year with net wins at NagaWorld reaching $246 in January and $254 in February of 2012.

In the Philippines, our strategic efforts to maximize performance in these markets are beginning to pay off, particularly in recent months.

These efforts includes strategic management of machine placement, and targeted marketing focused on our most promising venues in these market.

This has resulted in average net win growth of 10% to $53 for 2011 and levels has continued to climb reaching $71 in January and 77 in February of 2012. In addition to the strong performance of our gaming operation, our other product divisions meaningfully contributed to revenue.

East division was up 23% from last year due to higher sales volume for existing costumers for automotive component and marked improvement in our gaming chips and plaques sales.

As a result of higher customer re-orders and the addition of new customers. With strong revenue gains and a continued focus on cost control, we post record high adjusted EBITDA of $11.7 million for 2011, up an impressive 41% from the prior year.

Net income was 642,000 for the year, marking the first time in the company’s history to achieve a new net profit.

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