Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Electrical and electronic apparatus and instruments, apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data-carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus, cash registers, calculating machines and data processing equipment; mobile lottery drawing apparatus; computer programs; modems; monitors; screens; televisions; CD-ROMs; digital video discs; data recording systems; code readers for credit cards and the like; mobile lottery drawing, prediction and competition apparatus; electronic lottery drawing, prediction and competition apparatus; signs, luminous; software for providing electronic mail service access, software for providing access to computer or data transmission networks (such as the Internet), private or restricted access networks (such as an Intranet); games software; apparatus for games adapted for use with television receivers only; automatic games; computers, microcomputers, notably computer servers, computer terminals, data transmission and telephone terminals, notably for world-wide communications networks (such as the Internet) or private or restricted access networks (such as an Intranet); smart cards or cards with microprocessors, magnetic cards, smart cards, notably cards with a microprocessor or magnetic cards or smart cards containing credit units (such as bank or credit cards); cards for electronic games(designed for use with television receivers or computers); data recording systems; code readers for credit cards and the like.... More
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, namely printed matter: tickets for lotteries, betting, tombolas, competitions, prediction, prize draws; tickets for lotteries, betting, tombolas, competitions, predictions, prize draws; receipts for lotteries, betting, tombolas, competitions, predictions, prize draws; printed matter, magazines, newspapers, photographs, stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; office requisites; materials for packaging of plastic or paper, namely bags, sachets, films, sheets, envelopes and pouches; playing cards, printers' type; printing blocks; credit cards (not magnetic); fountain pens, notepads, desk blotters, visiting cards, cheque books, cheque book holders; diaries, wall calendars; postcards.... More
Class 18 : Leather, imitations of leather, articles made of these materials and not included in other classes, namely key cases, briefcases, pocket wallets, purses, not of precious metal, boxes of leather; skins, hides, trunks, travelling bags, sports bags, beach bags, umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks.
Class 25 : Clothing, footwear, headgear.
Class 28 : Games and playthings, in particular games of chance, knowledge, skill and gaming; gymnastic and sporting articles (except clothing, footwear and mats); decorations for Christmas trees.
Class 38 : Telecommunications; communications by and/or between computers and computer terminals; press and information agencies; radio broadcasting, communications by telegram, by telephone or by videophone, by television, and television broadcasting; broadcasting of programmes among other by radio, television, video recordings, sound recordings, computer networks, cable, Hertzian wave or by satellite; rental of message sending apparatus; interactive television for the presentation of products, computer-aided transmission of images ; electronic mail and electronic information dissemination, via data transmission, in particular, via world-wide communications networks (such as the Internet); connection to data transmission networks, to a computer database server, in particular, for world-wide communications networks (such as the Internet); transmission of information (financial results and transactions) relating to games, betting and lotteries through international networks (Internet) or private or restricted access network (Intranet); television and radio broadcasting.... More
Class 41 : Education and entertainment; television and radio entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; publication of books and magazines; production of shows, films, television films, animated cartoons, television programmes, reports, debates, video recordings, sound recordings, films and video tapes; editing of programmes, broadcasts, debates and documentaries; organization of exhibitions for cultural and educational purposes; multimedia or computer entertainment ; organisation of competitions, betting, gambling, games of chance, prediction, lotteries, tombolas, prize draws; rental of films, CD-ROMs, digital video discs, phonographic recordings, cinema film projectors and accessories and stage scenery; production of television and radio programmes.... More
Class 42 : Hotels, restaurants, cafés, dating services, leasing access time to a computer database server.