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Dynasty Gaming Announces Prepaid Card Distribution Agreement


									News Release

 Dynasty Gaming Announces Prepaid Card Distribution

                   Agreement for China with Junnet
Montreal, Canada ….. 6 November 2006 ….. Dynasty Gaming Inc. (TSXV: “DNY”)
announced today that, through its local Chinese operating unit, 95Joy, it has signed an
agreement with Beijing-based Junnet Union Science and Technology Limited Company
(“Junnet”) covering the distribution throughout China of prepaid cards for accessing its
online Mahjong game site in China. Dynasty will make its proprietary Mahjong gaming
software available during the fourth quarter of 2006 initially on the
Internet site, accessible by prepaid cards that will be sold initially through approximately
7,200 Internet cafes of Junnet’s 76,000 points of distribution, after the game undergoes
government-required public testing during November. Subsequent to the public testing
period, Dynasty is confident that a growing stream of revenue will flow from the sale of
prepaid cards. 95Joy, our local operating partner, has received all of the necessary
licenses and permits from the Government of China in order to legally operate our play-
for-points site in China.

Prepaid cards, which are essentially stored-value cards, are widely used by people in
China for accessing and playing various online sports and casual games that offer
opportunities for winning reward points redeemable for prizes. Junnet is China’s largest
distributor of prepaid cards. According to Junnet, approximately 20 million people visit
their points of distribution every day in China.

The Internet site has a strategic link to Dynasty Gaming’s World
Cup of Mahjong, which will be held in Macau in early 2007 as a joint venture with the Ho
group of companies. Participants from China will only be able to compete in the World
Cup of Mahjong by purchasing a prepaid card and playing the qualifying rounds online at and accumulating enough points to win a seat at the World Cup of
Mahjong tournament in Macau.

“The signing of our contract with Junnet represents a major step forward in our strategy
of accessing the world’s largest and fastest growing Internet marketplace and creating a
first-to-market footprint, using prepaid cards, for our multiplayer online Mahjong gaming
product in China, where Mahjong is acknowledged as one of China’s national sports,”
said Dynasty’s Chief Executive, Albert Barbusci. “Junnet has strong relationships with
many of China’s leading online sports and recreational game operators and is widely
known and recognized as a distributor of quality prepaid cards through retail kiosks and
Internet cafes. Its J-cards, which are currently marketed for around 30 different online
games, are re-loadable online and the company’s wide network of promotional websites
represents a powerful and effective marketing forum.”

The TSX Venture Exchange has in no way passed upon the merits of the proposed transaction and has
neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release.

Forward-looking Statements
This press release contains certain forward-looking statements with respect to the Corporation. These
forward-looking statements, by their nature, involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to
differ materially from those contemplated. We consider the assumptions on which these forward-looking
statements are based to be reasonable, but caution the reader that these assumptions regarding future
events, many of which are beyond our control, may ultimately prove to be incorrect.

About Dynasty Gaming Inc.

Dynasty Gaming Inc. is solidifying a two-phased strategy to secure a lead position in the Chinese
market and within the international online gaming sector with its first-to-market software for an
aggregate player, cash wager version of Mahjong, the world’s most played game. Through its
wholly owned subsidiaries, the company develops, markets, licenses and supports the Mahjong
Mania software. Since marketing began in the second half of 2005, a number of license
agreements have been signed including a contract with Ladbrokes, the world’s largest online
sports book ( whose site now hosts a customized version of Mahjong
Mania. Dynasty has also signed Microgaming, an innovative supplier of online gaming solutions
to many of the world’s leading online casinos and sports book operators. On October 13, 2006,
President Bush signed into law the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. In response,
Dynasty Gaming decided that it would not accept wagers from the United States from its
licensees. Given the Company’s focus on the Asian markets, Dynasty Gaming expects that this
decision will have a minimal impact on its future operations.

Dynasty Gaming’s 77.5 million common shares, issued and outstanding, are widely held by
Canadian and U.S. investors. Full information on Dynasty Gaming can be found at

For Additional Information Contact:

Albert Barbusci                     Thomas Walsh
Dynasty Gaming Inc.                 Alliance Advisors, LLC
(514) 288-0900 Ext. 224             (646) 415-8321

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