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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Providing Game Developers with Potential Savings through Development of Universal Mobile Interface

June 25, 2015

Consorteum Holdings is taking center stage in the emerging market of mobile gaming through the continued development of its proprietary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI). This groundbreaking technology will open the door for significant savings during game development by creating a carrier, operating system and device agnostic platform upon which to build. The company’s system eliminates the need for constant reprograming to keep up with operating system updates, providing potentially significant savings throughout the expensive app development process.

Initially, Consorteum intends to introduce its UMI technology in the mobile sports betting and casino gaming verticals. This strategy could provide the company with the opportunity to realize sustainable growth moving forward. According to a report by Super Data Research, the mobile platform continued to drive consumer growth in 2013, with the social casino games market accounting for combined revenue of approximately $2.9 billion in 2013. In 2015, the research firm forecasts total spending of approximately $4.4 billion across all platforms.

The company’s UMI is in a particularly strong position to expand within the mobile gaming industry as a result of its industry-leading dedication to compliance gaming. As the first and only third party developer approved for compliance gaming by the Nevada Gaming Commission, Consorteum will look to leverage its compliance-based features – including secure geo-fencing and geo-location requirements – in order to expand its market share in the future.

For Consorteum, potential applications within the mobile gaming industry are nearly limitless. From mobile lottery and sports book betting to slot machines and blackjack, the company’s proprietary technology puts it in a strong position to serve a collection of potential clients. Additionally, the company’s management team has highlighted a myriad of additional opportunities for growth within other industries and market sectors – including government, healthcare and banking applications.

Consorteum’s continued progress with its UMI technology makes the company an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward. When fully commercialized, the universal content delivery solution could prove to be a formidable platform for sustainable returns in the months that follow.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Strategically Positioned to Capitalize on Booming Mobile Health App Market

June 17, 2015

If you ask researchers and writers at the MIT Technology Review, they will tell you in no uncertain terms that the world wants mobile medical apps (MMAs), and don’t expect demand to slow down during the near or distant future.

At an MIT Technology Review EmTech conference late last year in Boston, Jeannette Tighe of Sagentia, a global technology advisory and product development company headquartered in Cambridge, UK, stated that in 2015 at least 500 million smartphone users worldwide will be using health-related apps. Her foresight appears to be right on the money.

By 2017, the market for health related apps is trending to hit $26 billion, according to Research2Guidance, a research and consulting firm that focuses on the global app economy. Driving the market for these apps is in no small part due to the world’s aging population and its subsequent, increasing need for medical care. Tighe also noted that in the U.S., nearly 20% of its population will be older than 65 by 2030, increasing vulnerability to Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease, and a variety of other age-associated conditions.

David Pettigrew, Sagentia’s vice president of Connected Health, states that, “Benefits to medical-device manufacturers include cost savings through not having to develop a completely new device, leveraging existing platforms while adding more sophisticated sensing and data capabilities, and using an interface that consumers know and understand and is already part of their everyday life.” This confluence of events and technological advances results in the fact that devices are far more likely to be adopted and used correctly.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc.’s (OTC: CSRH) subsidiary, 359, appears to be positioned in the right place at the right time. The subsidiary’s Thin Client Server / Hybrid Mobile Application provides the required security for health care transactions. The health care industry by nature is labor and record intensive, both of which can be expensive. By allowing patients secure access to their medical information, health care institutions can minimize unnecessary expenses.

Possible benefits of Consorteum’s Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) could include optimized patient data processing and reduced costs in areas such as secure account access and mobile health records, medication notifications and automatic refills and real-time insurance co-pay information for prescriptions, just to name a few.

Consorteum markets and licenses the CAPSA software platform in Canada and Mexico. The platform is a mobile content delivery solution that provides digital media to various mobile handsets. Additionally, the platform facilitates transmission of financial information to individual handset owners.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH): A Vetted Conduit for Developers Looking to Land Mobile Compliance Gambling Content on Any Device

June 10, 2015

According to comScore’s MobiLens® and Mobile Metrix® data, smartphone penetration in the U.S. is now over 75 percent as of early this year, with some 184 million Americans owning typically either an Android (53.2 percent) or Apple (41.3 percent) based platform. On top of this, the industry saw over 1.3 billion devices shipped globally last year and estimates run upwards of 1.45 billion units to be shipped this year. With more and more Americans buying in as unit prices continues to drop, after having already declined by around 25 percent over the last four years, the market for content delivery solutions is set to explode even further, as prices are set to fall further, to around $424 on average by 2017, according to recent data compiled by Citibank.

International Data Corporation numbers for Q1 this year show over 334 million smartphones have shipped worldwide, a 16 percent jump from the same interval last year. The Pew Research Center recently noted that, as of this year, for the almost two-thirds of Americans who now own smartphones, these devices are vital for them when it comes to getting online. In fact, 10 percent of those surveyed indicated that, while they own a smartphone, they have no broadband at home. An even wider margin of 15 percent said they had limited options for going online other than their cell phone.

Consider in addition to these broader smartphone usage metrics that the U.S casino and “racino” gaming market’s revenues did a combined $8.5 billion last year, according to data from public policy research institute, the Rockefeller Institute of Government. As well as analysis from professional consulting firm RubinBrown out earlier this year, indicating that the nation’s gaming industry on the whole generated a record high of over $68 billion from all sources combined, and you have the outline of a perfect storm for mobile compliance gaming, a sector where Consorteum Holdings (OTC: CSRH) is already way out ahead of the trend. CSRH is focused on bringing to market an updated version of the world’s first regulatory-compliant mobile content delivery platform, which was designed to deliver any digital content, across any cellular network type, to any mobile device or smartphone.

The RubinBrown report, pooled from over 1k gaming operators across 39 states, which harnesses information from all four segments of the gaming industry, also noted how online gaming has been and continues to be a major growth driver of the industry’s record performance. Morgan Stanley has even forecast an upper limit of around $5.2 billion for the online gambling industry within the next five years, citing the over $11.2 million combined monthly revenues from the first three states to legalize, New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware. California is seen by many analysts as the next logical state to jump in, with the legalization of online poker potentially occurring this year and bill AB 431 currently keeping the issue alive, as a major lobbying effort is put forth by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, in conjunction with the largest online poker cardroom in the world, the 50 million subscribers plus and growing, PokerStars.com. Poker has become more and more popularized in the U.S. in recent years, with shows like High Stakes Poker on Game Show Network and the World Series of Poker being broadcast on ESPN having primed the pump for more widespread approval.

Needless to say, when the rush finally hits, you are going to see huge numbers of companies clamoring to catch up and execute attractive solutions that can hit as many mobile devices as possible, and the cost and complexity issues they will face spells big business for Consorteum Holdings. The company’s Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform is more than just a way to develop once and deploy anywhere, enabling content developers to bypass the updating and versioning costs typically associated with a mobile app that wants to land on as many devices as possible and yet stay fresh with new, periodically-released content updates. The UMI is a fully vetted geo-location and geo-fencing enabled solution that ensures end-users can only authenticate a session from within a jurisdiction approved by regulators, because it is based on the CAPSA platform licensed from NYG Holdings, which has already successfully run the extremely meticulous Nevada Gaming Board gauntlet.

The UMI platform elegantly identifies the user’s device, delivering content via cloud technology in the proper resolution and display format, irrespective of particular device type. This is a solution that frees developers from the cost and difficulties of having to push patches and build/update different versions of their apps for different devices. CSRH’s solution also satisfies all relevant regulatory, licensing and policy compliance issues, and even provides a high level of fully compliant security capabilities. Indeed, UMI could be just the Apollo program this yet-nascent industry needs to go off-world, providing the delivery system required for developers to be able to access real creative freedom and bridge the gap in areas like poker, where there has historically been a major divide between live versus online. Given that the industry is still so small, that only about one quarter of Americans still find gambling taboo and that currently Hawaii, Iowa, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania are all considering legalizing online gambling, Morgan Stanley’s projections (which assume some 20 states will legalize online gambling by 2020) seem well within reason.

There is a great deal of room for CSRH to grow here and the company is prepping to capture substantial market share in the mobile sports betting and casino gaming verticals moving forward, confident that numerous states will see the swollen coffers from the associated taxes as a sure thing that is well worth betting on. Recent analysis indicates that online poker alone would create some 10k high-tech jobs nationwide and generate over $2 billion a year in tax revenues for state and federal governments. American Gaming Association data about the global online gaming market indicates that roughly $35 billion in bets are currently placed each year across 85 countries that have legalized the industry’s practices, clearly showing how big the potential market is that states are currently missing out on collecting taxes from.

Consorteum Holdings’ UMI platform is a superb target for developers to choose here as the regulatory environment changes. With a sophisticated suite of layered, inter-dependent player and device controls that cover everything from the aforementioned geo-location verification capabilities that can’t be spoofed by jailbroken devices, to real-time mobile or Wi-Fi data bearer controls and comprehensive auditing/reporting, the UMI is a platform that will satisfy developers, regulators, and gamers alike. Designed from the ground up as the ultimate in cost-effect mobile compliance gaming delivery engines, UMI stands poised to revolutionize developer workflows, bringing feature-rich, gorgeous gaming content to millions of mobile users.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Addressing Concerns of the Internet Gaming Industry with Revolutionary Mobile Delivery Platform

June 5, 2015

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: CSRH), through wholly owned subsidiary ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359), is the only third-party developer approved for regulatory compliant gaming delivery by the Nevada Gaming Commission. Using a thin client application, the company provides client servers with a simpler method for delivering games to consumers. Because the 359 Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) directly provides content and display to individual mobile devices, game developers can offer continuous and consistent content to consumers without the need to reinstall following updates to the gaming application or mobile operating system.

In order to achieve approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission, Consorteum was required to address the unique locational restriction requirements of the gaming industry. In particular, efforts to prevent tampering and location spoofing were of the utmost importance. To address this, 359 utilizes technology similar to that of antivirus software in order to detect the true location of the device, and, in times when this location can’t be verified, invalidate the locational data. Through this system, the company can help to protect the legal standing of gaming providers.

Following the legalization of Internet gambling sites in New Jersey, the state’s market recorded revenue of nearly $8.4 million between late November and the end of the calendar year. These promising results have caught the attention of the nation. According to a report by CBSNews, at least 10 other states are now considering lifting the legislative ban on Internet gambling in the near future, providing the potential for massive market growth in the months to come.

This potential market expansion provides a formidable channel for rapid growth for Consorteum. Leveraging an early mover advantage in the mobile space, the company is in a strong position to increase market share as the industry continues to grow. For potential investors, the prospect of an expanded Internet gambling industry makes Consorteum an exciting opportunity in the coming months. With unparalleled qualifications in the mobile space, the company is strategically positioned to provide strong returns as the industry grows to meet immense market demand.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Universal Mobile Interface Knocking on Door of Rapidly Emerging Multibillion Dollar U.S. Online Gambling Market

May 29, 2015

With the 19th annual East Coast Gaming Congress & iGaming Institute conference, the industry’s second largest, having just wrapped up in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and the subject of legalized internet gambling across Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada having been a hot topic of discussion, the mobile compliance gaming advantages of Consorteum Holdings’ (OTC: CSRH) Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform have come back into focus. With New Jersey and Delaware now in their second year of regulated iGaming and proponents in Delaware fighting hard to get sports betting pushed through, even as states like Pennsylvania and New York are both moving legislatively to embrace iGaming and sports betting, Morgan Stanley’s report from September of 2014 projecting that the U.S. market for online gambling could hit $5.2 billion by 2020 is looking more and more to be right on the money.

Consorteum’s wholly-owned ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359) subsidiary, which is known for their KenoUSA Android app on Google Play, developed in agreement with keno gaming service
provider and keno product manufacturer XpertX, has a wealth of experience leveraging their thin client application UMI architecture for executing mobile solutions in this area. In fact, 359’s software team was responsible for the first ever regulatory-compliant mobile platform for delivering third party gaming content to have been successfully vetted by the extremely rigorous Nevada Gaming Board. The UMI is a powerhouse platform architecture for this space too, as thin client cloud-enabled apps provide numerous performance benefits over native apps, offloading much of the heavy lifting to remote servers and freeing up resources on the end user’s device. Ultimately, this allows for a much more vibrant and rich interactive game to be created, as the end user’s device has less of a computational and display burden to shoulder.

Moreover, the company’s UMI solution, in addition to having the client server handle lottery and/or game content, allows the content to be displayed correctly and in the proper resolution, irrespective of the user’s device. This same capability is what makes the UMI great for a variety of other roles in the mobile space, whether its bringing a company and their brand presence to the maximum number of users via rich apps, or executing complex solutions for banking, ecommerce, healthcare, and even government markets. The ability to land presence on over 1.5k devices or more, with consistent display performance and design realization intact, and all without the need to write additional code or patch the end user’s client, is an advantage that makes CSRH’s UMI an easy pick for developers when it comes to mobile compliance gaming – but the robust and proven geo-location, geo-fencing and security features are what really sets the platform apart in this space.

Mobile compliance gaming is a market with lots of room to grow too. In New Jersey revenues from online gaming already run in the neighborhood of around $120 million, ten times more than in Nevada, where brick and mortar gambling is still king. But we all know what operations like Netflix and Amazon Prime have done to the brick and mortar video rental space, and while the obvious secondary appeal factors for casinos won’t be disappearing anytime soon the way Blockbuster stores have. The attractiveness of tax revenues for state legislators, combined with the ability to gamble for real money from increasingly ubiquitous smartphone and tablet users, will likely drive the industry forward rapidly in coming years, despite a few crusty old holdout politicians, mired in antiquated ideas and praxis left over from before the advent of smartphone and tablet computing. Take a moment to really think about how Apple’s iTunes and downloadable music has forever changed the music industry, how OTAs (online travel agencies) have changed the nature of travel, or how online brokerages like TD Ameritrade have revolutionized trading, and you can start to really get a handle on what the future of regulated online gambling might look like.

With Nevada and Delaware already engaged in an online poker liquidity-sharing compact, the writing is on the wall for the future of the industry. In California, recent estimates on the potential size of the regulated online poker market range as high as $1.3 billion (Capitol Matrix). With the average of estimates from a wide variety of sources coming in closer to the $215 million mark for the first year, and around $310 million a year thereafter, the decision over whether or not to allow regulated online gambling an easy one for state legislatures to make, especially considering the tax revenues that could be collected, as well as jobs that could be created. What’s not so easy is resolving issues like app-specific geo-fencing requirements, needed to ensure that users are gaming from within a regulated location.

Luckily this is an area where CSRH’s technology has the upper hand, having already been fully vetted by the gold standard of industry regulators, the Nevada Gaming Commission and State Gaming Control Board, as validated via Stations Casino’s Sportsbook app implementation. The company’s technology uses the native geo-location functionality of the end user’s requisitely un-jailbroken mobile device to circumvent spoofing, making it a comfortable choice for developers who want to push rich content to users, and not worry about violating regulatory compliance.

Morgan Stanley sees the possibility of exponential growth in this industry over the next several years and, as was the case during the gold rush era, its companies like CSRH, focused on selling the equivalent of picks and shovels, who will see some of the most substantial long-term upside. Giving third party developers and casinos a platform they can use to easily implement and maintain a compliant gaming solution for their customers, is a great way to win big as the trend towards regulated internet gambling evolves further. And because CSRH’s thin client approach opens up the broadest possible end user device spectrum to developers, the process of natural technology selection substantially favors UMI-based deployments.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) and the Rising Mobile Gambling Industry

May 22, 2015

The online and mobile gaming sector is on the rise. The global market for all forms of mobile and online gaming is expected to grow by leaps and bounds in the next few years. This trend toward increased mobile gaming supports the need for a mobile platform to meet new and existing compliance regulations. Consorteum Holdings, an international transaction management and mobile publishing company, addresses the challenges facing compliance in the mobile gaming industry. This is one of the company’s primary areas of focus.

Last year, Consorteum subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (TFN), while collaborating with XpertX, Inc., completed the development work on a new mobile results app for live Keno, an online and casino game. The app is designed to deliver a high-tech mobile Keno solution to practically any mobile device, irrespective of operating system. Teaming up with XpertX was an exciting process for TFN which worked closely with XpertX, an industry leader and innovator in Keno gaming since 1987, to validate the mobile app’s capabilities.

The facility to deliver real-time gaming results to Keno players ought to be received well in every territory introduced to the application. With the app, a Keno player will, for the first time, be able to use his mobile phone to gain access to the results of Keno games played at numerous casinos across the United States. Customers are clearly calling for more mobile access, and giving them the power to view Keno results is simply the first step in being able to offer a pay-for-play version of the game within the limits allowed by each jurisdiction.

The game of Keno, by its nature, lends itself quite well to a mobile platform. This venture also offers enormous potential not only for Consorteum, TFN and XpertX, but also for gaming operators. With it, there will be greater opportunities for incremental revenue through the wide exposure of Keno to a new, younger audience that is firmly entrenched in mobile technology.

Consorteum Holdings, a Canadian company, is focused on marketing and licensing mobile software worldwide. Since its founding in 2011, the company has worked on building relationships and developing licensing agreements that will allow it to take center stage in the emerging mobile gaming market. It specializes in delivering mobile content, mobile payment solutions, and products through license agreements, on-deck partnerships, and joint venture revenue share arrangements.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Capabilities on Target with Broader Industry Innovation

May 14, 2015

Nearly everyone has a smartphone, and the capabilities of these revered devices is seemingly endless. But it wasn’t always so. In the early 2000s, the most extravagant cellphone features included email, fax and web browsing. Since then advancement has been rampant, and today you can use smartphones to video message someone on the other side of the world, pay your utility bills, or remotely control your home lighting system. The sky is the limit.

Consorteum Holdings has spent the last three years of the technological evolution developing relationships and licensing agreements needed to compete in the emerging mobile gaming market.

Through its mix of on-deck partnerships, license agreements and joint-venture revenue share arrangements, the company specializes in utilizing smartphone capabilities for the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and other products.

Consorteum’s approach is designed to enable ultimate flexibility when sourcing solutions to achieve smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and the potential for new streams of revenue.

The company’s ThreeFiftyNine Inc. subsidiary is working with a software development team that previously designed the world’s first regulatory compliant mobile platform for delivery of gaming content created by a third party. The result of years of development and millions of engineering costs, the platform is the first generation software delivery platform for mobile devices. The technology is capable of delivering any digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device, a key differentiator that makes it possible for Consorteum to approach many different markets that are in the business of providing mobile connectivity and mobile content.

As the broader smartphone and technology industries continue to evolve in application and capability, Consorteum is pursuing mobile initiatives that benefit multiple business verticals. The company has designed its business initiatives to create repetitive transactions on an ongoing basis.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Set on Delivering a More Effective Solution to Diversified Smartphone Market

May 8, 2015

Consorteum Holdings is progressing towards center stage in the emerging mobile market through a collection of valuable developing relationships and licensing agreements. The company, which specializes in the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products, works as a technology and services aggregator to meet the diverse needs of its client base by leveraging a wide range of products and services to develop turn-key payment transaction processing solutions.

Through Consorteum’s wholly owned subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Inc., the company is able to deliver thin client applications that are handset agnostic. The Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) provides developers with support for over 1,500 different handsets and tablets without the need for specialized coding. Including important security functions such as geo-fence and geo-location technologies, UMI is a cost effective solution to delivering optimum functionality on nearly any mobile device.

With an experienced management team leading the way, Consorteum is able to provide in-house expertise related to a broad range of vital fields, including mobile compliance gaming, e-commerce and banking, mobile government and mobile health care. The company demonstrated the effectiveness of its platform through the successful development of a standalone “e-TM” banking kiosk for a national bank. Using the platform, Consorteum allowed its client to extend its reach and bridge the gap between the physical and virtual world of banking services.

The importance of effective mobile solutions in reaching clients can’t be overstated. According to the Pew Research Center, an impressive 64 percent of American adults owned a smartphone as of October 2014, and the figure is continuing to grow. Among these users, approximately 52 percent use Google’s Android OS, while 42 percent rely on Apple’s iOS, according to Nielsen. With the majority of companies spending upwards of $25,000 on the development of each mobile app, and maintenance costs increasing this figure over time, it becomes clear that the necessity for a unified development interface is continuing to expand with each passing year.

As the shift towards mobile solutions continues to gain steam, look for Consorteum to persist in expanding its influence in the market. With the number of smartphone manufacturers increasing with each passing year, the importance of a unified development platform, such as the company’s UMI, should continue to grow moving forward.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Partnering & Expanding Globally

April 29, 2015

Consorteum Holdings is focused on transaction processing via its suite of mobile offerings, delivery of mobile content, mobile payments solutions and products and through a mix of on-deck partnerships, license agreements and joint venture revenue share arrangements.

Consorteum’s development subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine (TFN), entered into an agreement with Bet Clearer last year to develop a mobile application for its web-based betting concierge service.

Bet Clearer is parent company to Bet Butler, a global, technology-driven bet broking service that serves as an intermediary between bettors and bookmakers. A UK-based company with a license from the UK Gambling Commission, Bet Butler is both a betting concierge service and odds comparison site. Through its branded software and high-level bet placement and account management system, the company’s clients only need one account to cover the world’s leading bookmakers and to manage all of their betting activities.

After evaluating numerous mobile solution candidates, Bet Clearer made the decision to partner with TFN based on the ability of the latter’s new cloud-based computing platform to deliver Bet Clearer’s core services to any mobile device.

According to the terms of the TFN-Bet Clearer agreement, TFN will take ownership of developing a mobile version of Bet Clearer’s world-class service. Once developed, this mobile version will allow Bet Clearer’s clients to place a bet from the bookmaker with the best prices. The solution would also automatically detect the client’s location, and deliver services only in completely legal and regulated locations.

In accordance with the agreement, TFN will also port the current Bet Clearer mobile solution onto its mobile platform. The TFN hybrid mobile platform facilitates secure, economical delivery of mobile content across a wide range of mobile devices. TFN simplifies the delivery of a rich mobile experience to the end user by addressing compliance, administration and distribution of mobile content to any handset. The overarching goal is to reduce the complexities of the mobile world and simplify the publishing of digital content.

The TFN-Bet Clearer partnership lays the foundation for many more exciting rollouts. TFN is excited to initiate the launch in the UK and to provide Bet Clearer’s customers with the convenience and security that its mobile platform provides.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Gaming Development Strategy Riding Crest of Explosive Market Growth

April 24, 2015

Widespread reports continue to circulate indicating that US mobile game revenues for downloads and in-app purchases will continue to grow within the range of 16.5% in 2015 – approaching over $3 billion. Industry reporting icons such as Newzoo and eMarketer concur. The growth depicts mobile games accounting for 30.9% of the US mobile content market this year – a figure up from 29.3% in 2014.

US mobile game revenues are being driven by in-app purchases as a result of growing popularity of what developers are calling ‘freemium models.’ In 2015 in-app revenues for mobile games are expected to amount to $1.82 billion. This is analogous to 60% of all mobile game revenues.

Martin Utreras, senior forecasting analyst at eMarketer, has commented, “Since mobile content is native to the devices, it’s often new mobile users’ first introduction to mcommerce. As the US mobile user base matures, mobile content revenues are taking a smaller share of the overall mcommerce market as consumers become more comfortable buying physical retail items and making more expensive purchases from their devices.”

Consorteum Holdings has invested three years forming relationships and licensing agreements that serve to provide a foundation for the company’s niche in the mobile gaming market. As a result, CSRH is aided from those efforts and operates as a technology and services aggregator that delivers mobile content by way of its subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (“359”).

Utilizing technologically advanced global solutions, the company uses a wide variety of products and services to deliver turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions to its customer base. By working with numerous global technologies, Consorteum creates customized programs resulting in smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing that result in new revenue streams.

Consorteum uses the most technically advanced global solutions available today through its efforts utilizing multitude of global technologies. Today the company is able to create customized programs that are achieving favorable results. This approach enables unparalleled flexibility when sourcing solutions, resulting in smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and potential for new streams of revenue. Other Consortium core markets are mobile compliance gaming, sports, entertainment, financial institutions and healthcare.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Solutions are Key Advantage Heading into Mobile Gaming Market

April 15, 2015

Consorteum Holdings spent three years developing relationships, licensing agreements and joint-venture revenue sharing arrangements that would anchor the company’s spot in the mobile gaming market. Today, the company benefits from those efforts and operates as a technology and services aggregator capable of delivering rich mobile content channeled through its ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (“359”) subsidiary.

Consorteum formed 359 in 2013 and concurrently hired a software development team that previously designed the world’s first regulatory compliant mobile platform for delivery of gaming content created by a third party. The platform represents the first generation software delivery platform for mobile devices and is capable of delivering any digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device.

This capability is a key differentiator that enables Consorteum to approach various markets that provide mobile connectivity and mobile content. With the development team in place, Consorteum is now seeking-out additional businesses that complement its current capabilities. The company’s new, second-generation software solution is expected to be a key advantage as it pursues its success in the mobile gaming market.

Utilizing technologically advanced global solutions, Consorteum leverages a wide range of products and services to develop end-to-end, turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions for its clients. By working with a multitude of global technologies, Consorteum is able to create customized programs resulting in smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and potential for new streams of revenue.

Consorteum has designed a mobile solution that overcomes the challenges and complexities associated with the delivery of digital media content across mobile devices by combining a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform. This allows for the delivery of thin client applications that are handset agnostic. 359’s Universal Mobile Interface (“UMI”) supports more than 1,500 different handset and tablets, providing the company with the unique capability to deliver optimum display content and device functionality to any mobile device.

Consorteum’s mobile initiatives are designed to benefit multiple business verticals. The company has structured its business initiatives in a manner that creates the opportunity for repetitive transactions on an ongoing basis while building longer-lasting, more profitable company/client relationships.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Offering Innovation with Specification

April 7, 2015

Consorteum Holdings is an international transaction management and mobile solutions provider. A development-stage Canadian company, Consorteum operates as a technology and services aggregator catering to the needs of a diverse clientele. The company develops its end-to-end, turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions by leveraging a variety of products and services and relying on its management team’s extensive knowledge of the global payments and transaction industry.

Since its founding in 2011, Consorteum has focused on marketing and licensing mobile software around the globe. By utilizing the most technologically-advanced solutions available, the company has been able to create personalized programs that allow for increased flexibility, resulting in the faster, smarter implementation of the offered technology, incredibly competitive pricing and the promise of new income streams.

Consorteum benefits from the business of a variety of clients who count on the company’s close attention to program documentation. In turn, Consorteum backs its innovative efforts with specification, providing fast, mobile solutions that help brands expand their presence onto the digital space – a present-day necessity seeing as online is where millions look to shop and buy nowadays.

The Consorteum team is aware of the complexities involved in delivering digital media content across mobile devices, and its solutions address the issues created by differing operating systems, user interfaces, and form factors which can create obstacles to the easy launch of commercial initiatives. The company’s mobile offerings combine a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing it to deliver thin client applications across mobile devices. Consorteum provides this hybrid solution via a subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, which has developed a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that comes equipped with advanced security functions, including geo-location technologies, and supports thousands of different mobile handsets and tablets.

Consorteum has specifically designed its mobile initiatives to create recurring transactions in the future. Since its founding, the company has worked on building relationships and developing licensing agreements that will allow it to take center stage in emerging markets, including the mobile gaming sector. By specializing in delivering mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products through license agreements, on-deck partnerships and joint venture revenue sharing arrangements, the company is setting itself up to benefit from multiple business verticals.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc.’s (CSRH) Strategic Design Fosters Market Penetration, Client Relationships

March 30, 2015

Consorteum Holdings’ business model is structured on the ability to secure strategic relationships, joint venture partnerships, and licensing agreements that comfortably seat the company as a viable player in the mobile delivery and emerging mobile gaming markets.

Consorteum breathed life into this dynamic with the 2013 formation of its ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359) subsidiary. Supplementing the operations of the new subsidiary, Consorteum hired an experienced software development team that previously designed the world’s first regulatory-compliant mobile platform for the delivery of gaming content created by a third party. A result of years of development and millions in engineering costs, the platform stands as a first generation software delivery platform capable of delivering digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device.

The flexibility features of the platform were a scaffold for Consorteum to enter into multiple markets that provide mobile connectivity and mobile content. With the development team in place, Consorteum is now focused on adding additional businesses that complement its core capabilities and building a second-generation platform that will mark the entrance into the mobile gaming market.

Delivering digital media content via mobile devices is a complex task riddled with a number of obstacles associated with multiple different operating systems, user interfaces, and other form factors that can delay or stifle the launch of commercial initiatives.

359’s Universal Mobile Interface (“UMI”) mobile solution tackles these challenges by combining a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing the delivery of thin client applications that are handset agnostic. UMI supports more than 1,500 different handset/tablets that allow a unique capability to deliver optimum display content and device functionality to any mobile device.

Collectively, Consorteum’s mobile initiatives are designed to benefit multiple business verticals and create ongoing repetitive transactions in the fields of mobile compliance gaming, sports, entertainment, financial institutions, government, healthcare and the public sector.

The goal behind this design is to support the company’s business model while creating a base of clients that view the company as a partner rather than a technology provider to establish and maintain longer-lasting, more profitable relationships.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) to Provide Major Savings for Developers in the Booming Mobile Gaming Industry

March 23, 2015

Using its proprietary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI), Consorteum Holdings, Inc. is looking to open the door for a brand new way of thinking about mobile gaming.

Mobile gaming has already revolutionized the gaming industry. According to a report from Wired, mobile gaming leads all consumer usage behaviors on mobile devices in reach, engagement and monetization, making it of significant interest to a nearly limitless supply of advertisers in nearly every field.

The problem with these games, however, is that they need to be coded for multiple platforms. From Android to iOS, development costs, even for relatively simple games, can commonly exceed $30,000. If that’s not enough, consider the constant operating system updates that can interfere with coding, the multitude of devices for which developers need to account and the additional costs necessary to keep an app running smoothly, and it becomes clear that mobile gaming needs a new way to approach development.

Consorteum, through its wholly owned subsidiary 359, has created a UMI that could be the perfect solution to rising development costs. The company’s software is a universal delivery solution that is based completely on web-standards, meaning that it is functional on any operating system and device. Using Consorteum’s interface, developers can increase their customer base without the need to significantly increase costs.

The company’s solution is particularly effective when security is critical, including instances that involve financial details and personal information. By using a thin client server platform, the company’s proprietary solution isolates the client’s servers from individual mobile devices to ensure enhanced security, which has made it a particularly attractive option for mobile gambling companies.

By creating a “Develop Once – Deploy Many” solution to mobile gaming, Consorteum has positioned itself at the cutting edge of an industry that’s growing at record-setting rates with each passing year. As game developers look to increase their range while minimizing production costs, the company’s UMI could be a great catalyst for significant growth opportunities in the years to come.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Content Delivery Solution Positioned to Capture Developers amid Mobile Social Gambling Boom

March 16, 2015

March is shaping up to be a huge month for the $4.4 billion social casino gambling space this year, with the Social & Mobile Gambling Conference wrapping up last week in Moscow, where one of the big trends was the convergence of social networks and mobile gambling, as well as the MGSC (Mobile Gaming & Social Casino) Asia Conference set to launch this week (March 17-19) in Macau, co-located with the popular iGaming Asia Congress. Why, even internet giant Google (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) is now throwing fuel onto this already blazingly-hot fire, with the rollout of Social Casino Game ads in AdWords as of this month, owing to both loosening internal restrictions and the rapid growth of this category of advertisers, who are not encumbered by traditional gambling advertisement restrictions.

With the broader mobile gambling market here in the U.S. set to tip the scales at over $100 billion within the next two years alone, there is a considerable rush to offer consumers the best-of-breed mobile social gambling experience possible, with the best graphics, user experience, feature-rich social gaming environments, and rock-solid security. Whether here at home, or abroad in the teeming global market for mobile social gambling, the formula for success is the same, great artists and game designers who can harness the potential of mobile platforms, plus impeccable security measures which allow consumers and regulators alike to rest easy.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) is making moves to tap into this burgeoning global market, with a variety of key on-deck partnerships and license agreements, their existing wealth of experience in transaction management and mobile publishing, as well as a core platform of mobile content delivery technologies geared to meet the specific challenges presented by mobile compliance gaming here in North America. The company’s cloud-powered client server application architecture, using their proprietary UMI (universal mobile interface) platform, which was developed by CSRH’s ThreeFiftyNine (359) subsidiary, was originally used to create the mobile sportsbook application, SportsConnection.com, and it has been fully vetted by the Nevada Gaming Commission. This ingenious UMI/thin client application approach not only allows for easy integration of the client server with a given client’s backend, it also allows for virtually any mobile device to be utilized for interaction, delivering content and correct display parameters seamlessly across a host of different mobile devices. In addition, this approach also allows for graphically rich and complex applications to be delivered with the minimum bandwidth usage, as well as a minimum of processing and display power used by the end-user’s mobile device.

Consorteum Holdings’ mobile content delivery capabilities make them an ideal choice for developers looking to launch new social gambling implementations. The company’s platform allows developers to focus on creating the best possible user experience and graphics, relieved of the worry about having to update software for new devices or release version updates and content changes in order to ensure the environment looks good on and can be delivered to new devices, or the worry of having to manage a patching solution. Consorteum Holdings’ architecture thus can save gaming operators considerable time and money when it comes to the development and delivery cycle, while also reducing overall time to market and allowing for inclusion of both current or future mobile devices in their marketing strategy. Moreover, CSRH’s platform offers a powerful set of engagement features for executing targeted marketing campaigns and promotions like interactive sweepstakes, which helps developers achieve enhanced user retention figures, as well as create truly compelling social community-oriented gambling experiences, right within the application itself. 359’s proprietary mobile campaign marketing platform, which fully harnesses the potential of the highly intuitive UMI, enables complete control over managing all aspects of text-based messaging and offers the kind of data collection and dynamically scripted conversation capabilities needed to really engage consumers and do meaningful push notifications.

The company’s recent multi-year license agreement signed with NYG Holdings, in order to gain the rights to modify and combine NYG’s CAPSA platform with their own technologies, subsequently rebranding said combinations and using them to market mobile gaming and wagering programs throughout Canada, Mexico and parts of the U.S., has significantly increased the striking distance of 359’s mobile hybrid solution. It looks like it is simply a matter of time before we see proliferation of CSRH’s architecture throughout the world of mobile social gambling, as third party developers take increasing note of the immense potential for delivering their content seamlessly to users. The company’s cloud-powered hybrid application approach offers developers the best of both worlds, with the superb user experience of a native application, as well as optimum provision for content management and a high level of compliant security, combined with low reoccurring development and deployment costs, thanks to its “Develop Once – Deploy Many” architecture, which allows alleviates the end-user from dealing with constant updates or downloads of new versions.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Providing an Improved Solution to the Growing Mobile Gaming Market

March 9, 2015

Consorteum Holdings, through its wholly-owned subsidiary 359, is presenting game developers with a much simpler solution to mobile gaming. Through its revolutionary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform, the company allows content providers to reach larger customer bases with minimal added costs by eliminating the need to reprogram for updates to mobile operating systems.

As the global online gambling market continues to grow and pivot towards mobile platforms, developers are left with three options for targeting their content. The first is a web-based application, which can be accessed directly through a browser, but provides minimal user experience and nonexistent security or compliance capability. The second is a native application, which provides exceptional user experience with high levels of security, but is burdened by expensive, recurring costs. The third and most effective solution for developers is a hybrid between the two application types, such as the company’s UMI platform.

Consorteum’s solution to the evolving market is a proprietary thin client server application. Using the hybrid application, developers can create, update and modify content for a variety of mobile devices at once, saving valuable time and money along the way.

Mobile gaming, particularly in the form of online casinos, is highly dependent on security. The company’s cutting-edge UMI platform provides the security of expensive native applications with the convenience of a revolutionary “Develop Once – Deploy Many” functionality.

Since the first internet gambling sites went online in 1998, widespread growth has continued at unbelievable rates. According to a report by Juniper Research, the high penetration of smartphones in developing markets is expected to push mobile gambling wagers to approximately $100 billion by 2017.

The company’s UMI puts Consorteum in a great position to capitalize on the mobile gaming industry’s rapid growth. As the first and only third party mobile platform for the delivery of gaming content that’s been approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission, the company has a significant competitive advantage in the upcoming years.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH): Universal Mobile Interface Geo-Location Mapping Key for Secure Ecommerce, Healthcare, Government Applications

March 3, 2015

A recent report by Allied Market Research on the growing global mobile security market highlights the rise of BYOD (bring your own device) workplace architectures, ranging from SMEs to large organizations with international workforces, as one of the core drivers behind the surging demand for more secure mobile environments. The market for mobile security is projected as climbing to over $34.8 billion within the next five years alone on a roaring CAGR of 40.8%, as more and more companies reach for the immense benefits of improved-employee satisfaction and increased productivity from the BYOD workplace experience, even as consumers also flock to mobile-enabled ecommerce and banking options.

Consumers really love their mobile devices and the growing amount of retail and other transactions done via mobile can attest to that directly, with the global business to consumer ecommerce market on track to hit around $2.4 trillion in sales worldwide by 2017, according to recent forecasts by eMarketer. In Q4 last year alone, Strategy Analytics computes that smartphone shipments grew 31% annually to hit a record 380 million units, with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Samsung (OTCM:SSNLF) tied for volume, as a record 1.3 billion plus smartphones shipped worldwide during the entire year. Despite the immense popularity of mobile devices and the numerous logistical benefits, both to businesses and consumers, the broader mobile device spectrum has become a major target for hackers and various other forms of cybercrime, creating a serious concern for banks and other financial institutions in particular when it comes to capturing and satisfying this market.

The same logistical benefits of mobile devices that exist for banking and financial transactions, or ecommerce implementations, also exist readily for the healthcare and government markets. In both additional markets though, the same demand for security is increasingly becoming obvious. In the case of sensitive, personal healthcare or government agency data, the need for robust security that cannot be compromised by relative device integrity is paramount. As smartphone use grows and grows, and the number of applications increases accordingly, broad-spectrum security solutions will become a dominant facet of the market and the companies who can satisfy this massive demand will be catapulted to the forefront of the space.

The $2.9 billion Motorola Mobility acquisition by Lenovo (OTC:LNVGY) in October allowed them to capture 6% of the global smartphone market, enabling Lenovo to compete directly in China with major private companies Xiaomi and Huawei as the number three global smartphone company, but the recent Superfish story sheds light on the core security issues resident in the mobile computing space. While the story emerged over Superfish software installed on Lenovo PCs, Superfish actually began experimenting last year with free “LikeThat” mobile apps in the iTunes and Android stores using their technology, and the cause for concern has largely been with the Superfish adware’s compromising of apparently (to the user) secure/encrypted private email or bank sessions. Superfish’s technology, a particularly aggressive form of targeted advertising, tracks consumer’s activity in an attempt to match them with better deals, but in the process, otherwise secure sessions are also exposed to hackers.

Into this complex environment soldiers electronic transaction processing solutions developer, Consorteum Holdings (OTC:CSRH), who, while still in the development-stage, already has a wealth of experience as a systems integrator for the financial services, payment, and transaction processing sectors. The development of a unique UMI (universal mobile interface) via the company’s ThreeFiftyNine Inc. (359) subsidiary (which has over a decade of experience), in conjunction with their Thin Client Server and Hybrid Mobile Application architecture, offers just the kind of robust security that banking, ecommerce, financial institution, healthcare, and government clients need.

Moreover, the powerful geo-fencing and geo-location technology developed by 359 for mobile compliance gaming, in order to prevent location spoofing, can be directly applied to numerous security protocols for the aforementioned markets. Key techniques and technologies employed by 359’s multi-device, multi-OS platform, are very similar to anti-virus software and can be used to detect rooted or jailbroken devices, effectively defeating location spoofing, a common tool in the hacker’s arsenal used to compromise personal identities that are tied to a device or given transaction. The enormous potential of such a robust security environment, further enabled by tight geo-fencing and geo-location technology, could help transform the BYOD healthcare, government and enterprise workplace, as well as the ecommerce/banking landscape, ensuring that network activity passing to and from the corporate intranet is protocol-consistent and clean.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Extending Brands onto the Digital Space

February 24, 2015

Consorteum Holdings backs innovation with specification, providing fast, mobile solutions that help brands extend their presence onto the digital space – a necessity today because online is where millions of people look to shop and buy. On the one hand, Consorteum helps some businesses connect to the 20-something and 30-something consumers driving today’s technology agendas. On the other, it uses loyalty programs to help other businesses retain customers while still maintaining a reasonable profit margin. As a result, Consorteum enjoys the business of diverse clients who love the company’s attention to program documentation.

Consorteum is aware of the complexities involved in delivering digital media content across mobile devices. Different operating systems, user interfaces, and form factors can create barriers to the easy launch of commercial initiatives so Consorteum’s solutions address these issues. The company’s mobile offerings combine a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing it to deliver thin client applications to mobile devices.

Consorteum is able to provide this hybrid solution through a subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, which has developed a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that offers advanced security options and unrivaled flexibility. The subsidiary’s UMI offers a powerful solution for an economical investment. The interface, which is built on a mobile platform, allows developers to create, update and modify content while it maintains the device integration, content delivery and content display. It also provides for geo-location, geo-fencing, security and e-commerce while still using the native functionality of individual mobile devices. Ultimately, mobile users need only download the application once and the UMI will deliver the resulting content, regardless of operating system updates, new content, or website enhancements.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Proprietary Platform is a Winning Solution for Burgeoning Mobile Gambling Market

February 17, 2015

Consorteum Holdings stands poised to profit from the growing online gambling market, which is now starting to really pick up steam as regulatory issues in the U.S. begin to fall away and prevailing legislative changes continue to take shape. With a firm handle on both international transaction management capabilities and the development of custom mobile solutions, CSRH, through its lead operational business unit and wholly-owned subsidiary ThreeFiftyNine, Inc. (359), is in a prime position to deliver customized real money gaming executions for this burgeoning market, fully leveraging their proprietary mobile platform.

Mobile is quickly becoming the key enabler technology for the online real money gambling market. According to a report published last year by Eilers Research, mobile now accounts for over 46% of all social casino game revenues worldwide. Online gambling, including sports betting, mobile casinos and various types of lotteries, is becoming more and more popular around the world, but the domestic market is surprisingly ripe for growth due to lagging regulatory oversight.

Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ:CZR), one of the biggest operators in this space, with their World Series of Poker and Playtika operations, recently displaced Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA) as the top social casino game publisher, with around 18.6% of the market, on strength of properties like Slotomania and Bingo Blitz. Caesars even beat out DoubleDown Casino operators, International Game Technology (NYSE:IGT) last year for Gaming Intelligence’s Social Gaming Operator of the Year award. Social casino games alone have shot up to around $2.9 billion globally according to analysis by SuperData Research, which sees 2015 total spend figures of around $4.4 billion when all platforms are accounted for, and Juniper Research sees the U.S. mobile gambling market alone as potentially surpassing $100 billion within just the next two years.

Consorteum Holdings has put together a real winner for companies looking to acquire market share in this increasingly hot industry, which is still only being addressed by a handful of big players. CSRH’s thin client application approach utilizes a cloud computing architecture and is further empowered by a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that enables extremely sophisticated, graphically rich deployments that can run smoothly on virtually any mobile device, and which do not require complex re-development coding work or patching by the end user. This approach gives developers a huge advantage over native applications and makes the overall experience more fluid for gamers at the same time, carrying with it certain security advantages that lend themselves naturally to the world of online mobile compliance gaming. The 359 platform allows developers to develop once and then seamlessly deploy anywhere, freeing mobile users of having to continually download new versions due to changes to the game or due to device operating system updates, as the versioning is all handled server-side.

Only three states in the U.S. currently have legal online casinos, New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware, a fact which has left much of the market open to offshore entities, mostly from Europe. But the success of New Jersey in particular, which accounted for 87.7% of U.S. online casino revenues last year, with some $122 million, shows how much potential there is to grow in the underdeveloped domestic space and how much territory is still open to developers. The sector has yet to see the kind of third party developer boom that has already been seen in traditional online console, PC and web-based gaming.

Mobile’s effect on online gambling is profound and a report published last year by Reportlinker estimates that mobile will see double-digit growth rates through 2018, by which time it will take up over 40% of the online gambling market. Little wonder really, as International Data Corporation reported recently that the smartphone market hit a new milestone last year, with over 1 billion units shipped. A new report out early this year from eMarketer also indicates that over 1 billion people worldwide will use a tablet in 2015, and that figure is estimated as growing to around 1.43 billion over the next three years.

Consorteum Holdings’ recent multi-year license agreement with Nevada’s NYG Holdings, which gives the company the ability to modify various aspects of the CAPSA platform for selling mobile gaming and wagering programs in Canada, Mexico and part of the U.S., further enhances CSRH’s momentum in this dynamic space. CASPA, an already regulatory-approved platform, combined with 359’s mobile hybrid solution and the company’s rights under the license agreement to rebrand and market CASPA under a new name, gives CSRH even more firepower to hit their targets in the rapidly growing North American online gambling market. Key aspects of the proprietary 359 platform, regarding geo-location and geo-fencing capabilities, also help put CSRH at the head of the pack when it comes to offering developers an easy solution for managing the existing regulatory environment.

Easily navigating complex regulatory waters, while still also maximizing customer engagement and increasing their ARPU (average revenue per user), as well as retained DAU (daily active user) levels is difficult, but CSRH has the tools developers need to get the job done. Because CSRH’s proprietary platform comes backed up by sophisticated loyalty program development know-how and comprehensive end user data aggregation technologies, and because the company understands that the real trick to maintaining long term profitability is being able to maintain steady customer retention, not just acquire new users.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH): It’s All About Mobile Content Delivery

February 9, 2015

The challenge of mobile content has been growing in recent years. This is not to say that companies aren’t getting a handle on how to deliver desktop-quality content to mobile devices, but it is a matter of delivering it on a much larger scale than ever before as the sphere of mobile devices grows every year with new smartphones and tablets making it into the marketplace and the number of mobile-device users continuing to grow.

And as the mobile universe grows, the disconnect between devices grows as well. Not only are there three major mobile operating systems on the market – Google’s Android, Apple’s iOS and Microsoft’s Windows Phone – there have been sightings of other startup OSs looking for their own piece of the pie. And as one might expect, with different operating systems, it is difficult for some companies to reach all mobile users with their same content and messaging without having to cater to each platform separately. Not to mention the security challenges with data crossing from one platform to a dissonant platform.

This is where Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) provides some answers that help several verticals improve their content and their capacity to deliver their content seamlessly and flawlessly to multiple platforms.

In many verticals like government, online gaming, marketing, healthcare, banking and others, segregating target audiences by their operating system can greatly fracture any opportunities for growth in a vertical. But with Consorteum Holdings’ portfolio as an aggregator of mobile technologies, a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) is a prominent solution to the challenge of delivering rich online content and security to any mobile device. With UMI, content is rich, robust and able to easily be read and responded to from any mobile device, without any extra effort by the sender to make the content compliant with the different platforms.

As the mobile universe continues to grow, the potential for UMI continues to grow.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Device Agnostic, Hybrid Architecture Ideal for Mobile Game Publishing & Payments

February 2, 2015

Consorteum Holdings has set itself up as a position player in the booming world of mobile gaming and secure payments, putting together a rich set of technological innovations like their proprietary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) platform that allows content developers unprecedented levels of ease when it comes to executing device agonistic and easily updated apps. But the powerful mix of distributed applications that can be delivered via the company’s highly secure, hybrid Thin Client Server architecture, which isolates the servers from user’s mobile devices and can realize content delivery that is fully web available, device resident (native), or a combination of both, isn’t just great for gaming.

This architecture is also perfect for executing cost-effective and easily updated apps for the worlds of finance, government, and healthcare. Streamlined app development standards are combined with powerful back-end marketing capabilities that do all the heavy lifting when it comes to managing an effective marketing campaign. The ability to target patrons according to big data vectors, using parameters like age, GPS-driven geolocation, as well as prior responses to previously offered promotionals like coupons, are a huge advantage for retail, but also easily translate into more effective apps for other spheres of endeavor like local government agencies.

With a new report out recently from Digi-Capital showing that the gaming industry is now indeed white-hot, with acquisitions and IPOs running at an all-time record high last year to the tune of around $24 billion, and Apple handing in record quarterly profit figures of $18 billion thanks to some 74.5 million iPhone sales in Q1 alone, it is a heady time for mobile publishing experts like Consorteum Holdings, which also specializes in transaction management. In fact, mobile payment solutions and transaction management is emerging as one of the hottest segments of the mobile space, and CSRH’s capabilities in this area are firmly reinforced by extensive experience in North America and abroad when it comes to developing turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions.

As a technology and services aggregator that can deliver full-spectrum results through a hearty mix of on-deck partnerships and license agreements, CSRH is able to easily handle even the highly nuanced world of mobile compliance gaming, and their wholly-owned 359 subsidiary, which developed the UMI, is well known for hitting even the high standards set by the likes of the Nevada Gaming Commission when it comes to secure commerce, app performance, geolocation, and geofencing. This same set of tools and capabilities translates immediately into the world of banking and ecommerce as well, giving CSRH’s security-focused Thin Client Server architecture even more of a chance to shine, especially in an era where identity theft is becoming more and more of a major concern, both financial customers and institutions themselves.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Breaking Down Barriers to Mobile Marketing

January 23, 2015

There are several sectors in the economy that have become high-demand for mobile devices, and others that really want to embrace mobile technology to penetrate desired markets with their marketing initiatives.

Whether it’s banking, healthcare, entertainment, sports, government or even retail, reaching out to an increasingly mobile audience can be difficult with the number of devices and the fragmentation of the mobile marketplace between multiple operating systems. And believe it or not, some of those operating systems really do not “talk” to each other well – which mean that if you only work with one platform, your marketing message will miss a good portion of your audience simply because their platform doesn’t support the rich content you are offering them without scrambling it or showing it in very low quality. That often means that, as a marketer, you have to create multiple marketing channels for each mobile platform so you don’t lose any potential customers due to device segregationism.

Research and engineering work by Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) has enabled marketing and mobile transactions and payments across virtually any mobile device using what is called the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI). With UMI, several verticals are now better able to procure customers with rich end-user experiences, whether it is online casino gaming, sporting events, healthcare and banking. UMI along with Thin Client Server through Consorteum Holdings’ wholly owned subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, can deliver rich experiences and cutting-edge security for any mobile platform for secure transactions.

With these innovations, Consorteum Holdings is putting itself in prime position to be a top answer for reaching every mobile-device audience available with efficiency, security and reliability.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Holds a Key to Universal Mobile Marketing

January 15, 2015

Marketing to mobile devices has become the new Holy Grail quest for many businesses. Mobile technology has become more and more dominant in today’s society, with more and more people having mobile phones, smartphones and tablets connected to their hips in some way or another as we as humans have become more mobile – kind of like our nomadic ancestors.

One big difference now is that with mobile devices, we can communicate with friends and loved ones while we are on the go. And equally stark in contrast is that there are businesses in the world that have marketing messages to send each of us, but often the communication of those messages can get scrambled thanks to differences in cellular carriers, phone types and operating systems.

And if you are a marketer, you would want to find a way to send a message to a mobile device and have the message read and understood without segregating your audience by operating system or phone brand. Your message is important to everyone with whom you come in contact, but it can be time-consuming to format a message in three or four different mobile platforms just so your target audience gets the full richness of the graphics, videos and messaging.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH), and its wholly owned subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, have been working diligently for five years researching and engineering what is called the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI), which allows for rich content, images, videos and messaging to be sent from one device to any other device without garbling, scrambling or lost images. Marketers would not need to send their message through various platforms to reach every type of device; instead, marketers would send a message once and the UMI would develop the message and have it appear on a recipient’s device looking exactly as the message that was originally sent. All of the richness and graphic appeal would show up on a Nokia Lumia, iPhone or Samsung Galaxy. No more segregating a target audience based on device – now all of your prospects with similar interests, regardless of the device they own, would get the message clearly and robustly.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Penetrating Hot, Core Markets to Build Growth Momentum

January 9, 2015

Consorteum Holdings directs its efforts on developing relationships and licensing agreements that will serve to place it front and center in several emerging mobile markets. The company is capable of delivering mobile content to end users who will use their smart phones in ways that were not even possible five years ago. CSRH’s Universal Mobile Interface solution aims to open up opportunities in several sectors and verticals. By specializing in delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and products through a mix of on-deck partnerships, the company operates as a technology and services aggregator to meet the diverse needs of its client base. The company also has broad expertise within the Payments and Transaction Industry in North America and internationally.

CSRH’s mobile solutions combine a Hybrid Mobile Application with a Thin Client Server platform. This combination enables it to deliver what’s referred to as “Thin Client Applications” to mobile devices. Its Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) solution cultivates business opportunities in sectors such as healthcare, government, e-commerce and banking.

As for the public sector, governments generate excess amounts of paperwork and consider employee payroll one of its heaviest operating expenses. Adding mobile access to government departments would improve accessibility which in turn would lead to shrinking backlogs and reducing costs. Due to the sensitive nature of citizen’s information, the company’s 359 Thin Client Server / Hybrid Mobile Application would provide the security required for governmental transactions.

Today Consorteum is able to create customized programs for maximum results. This approach enables unparalleled flexibility when sourcing solutions, resulting in smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and potential for new streams of revenue. Other Consortium core markets are mobile compliance gaming, sports, entertainment, financial institutions and healthcare.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Seeks to Unify Mobile Once and for All

December 26, 2014

While many of us love our freedom with our mobile devices, we all know and are frustrated by a certain lack of freedom when it comes to using our mobile devices with others. While we are able to un-tether ourselves from landlines and be able to communicate with lots of people around the world from our cars, the sidewalk or from atop a nearby hill, we still feel handcuffed due to the control that our device manufacturers and our cellular network providers love to maintain on us.

We would love to be able to communicate freely and share information openly without restriction based on the fact that your device may be an Android smartphone on the Verizon network while your friend has an iPhone on AT&T. The truth is, however, that our varying devices, operating systems and cellular providers are all obstacles that our content provider must overcome in order to make a proper delivery of a message – and sometimes those obstacles are just too much, and the message does not look anything like what the original did before it was sent.

Consorteum Holdings is a company that is making innovative steps toward unifying all devices regardless of their hardware, software or network. ThreeFiftyNine, a wholly owned subsidiary of Consorteum, has been engineering for five years to develop the Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) to create a mobile platform that can serve various marketing initiatives and transaction processing for many verticals for any device on any network using any mobile operating system. Currently, Consorteum is seeing its platform increase efficiency in online casino gaming verticals and is developing more effective mobile transaction processing in several other areas. This indicates strong potential for growth for the UMI, ThreeFiftyNine and Consorteum Holdings as the number of mobile devices in the market grows, along with the number of operating systems and the proliferation of devices both in smartphones and tablets.

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