Have you ever looked at the ever-growing GCLUB proliferation of on line games sites, like Pogo, King.Com, MiniClip, and many others, and wondered to yourself whether there may be a massive opportunity somewhere here to carve out a business for yourself?

Let’s face it, according to a report commissioned by Neilsen/Netratings, a massive US-based PR company, the market is already running in excess of $164 per second world-wide, and is projected to grow to in excess of $412 per second within the next decade. At $412 per second that is 60 times 60 times 24 times 365 times $412, or $12,992,832,000 per annum…

That is a projected annual turnover of over $12 BILLION!

You don’t need a lot of that to be very, very seriously rich, now would you?

So let’s look at what you would need, in order to grab a serious chunk of these billions, because where this amount of money is involved, people will go to extraordinary lengths to lay their hands on this amount of loot!

In order to set up a serious contender to the existing market leaders, who by no means are going to just sit back and make it easy for you, you are going to need absolutely millions just to get a look-in…

OK, so you are on a very tight budget, and your maximum spend is probably limited to under $1,000 spare cash right now, so you’ll say goodbye now!

But wait – let’s just continue our analysis of what it would take to take on the big, established players at their own ‘game’ (no pun intended…)

Let’s have a look at what would be involved just to to:-

1. Design, develop and test your games. Even by utilising low labour costs of expanding economies such as China or India ( home of the best and moist successful games designers in the world), can you imagine how long just one mind-boggling on line game of skill would take to design, and then test, let alone a whole suite of attractive games…

2. Once these games have been developed and tested, construct a hardware server system capable of handling an unspecified number of on line skill games at anytime of the day or night, anywhere in the world, on a whole range of browser platforms, including Internet Explorer, Mac, and so forth…

3. Setting up a support organisation world-wide to make sure everybody had access to the games, and every Associate got paid on time.

Probably millions would be a good estimate to create such a formidable and viable attempt at carving a sizeable niche out of what is obviously already a massive market, and one that is set to grow like fury.

But seriously, not many people have that kind of money to invest in carving out a competitive product in this market, so if you are still with us, then the obvious answer is to become an Associate of an established company, or even better, look for the newest one on the block. You can bet (quite literally) your bottom dollar that the latest one to enter the market will have far more facilities to help you build your home business – it’s the only way they could possibly break into the market.