On weekends and holidays, now the fun and funny Indians have a new way to discover. Real Money Gaming (RMG), an emerging segment of the online gaming industry offering games such as Rummy, Poker, Daily Fantasy Sports and Frozen Quizzes, is gaining popularity in India.
In the less than a decade gaming industry in India, with an annual turnover of over 1000 years, over 100 companies appeared in the RMG sector.
Companies operate on the basis of a registered subscription-based model and strictly include credit or debit cards in rupees. According to industry sources, users of this industry are growing by an average of 50 percent per year, and the revenues of the majority of leading companies grow by an average of 30 percent per year.
"In 2017-18 we achieved revenues of 105 crore, and our growth was about 30 percent compared to the previous year," said Mohit Agarwal, founder and CEO of Adda52.com, the largest online poker platform in India. The company was founded in 2012 with HNI funds, family and friends, and in 2016 was taken over by Delta Corp for around 220 crore. Stock Exchange Delta Corp is the largest Indian gambling company with casino in Goa and hotel in Daman.
Industry sources say that about 4-5 companies control 85-90% of the RMG market in India. These include companies such as Dream1, which offers real fantasy games of cricket and football online. Rummy Cards, such as RummyCircle and Ace2Three, are among the leading companies, in addition to the poker specialist Adda52. Most of these companies act as online aggregators, helping people play on the platform, for a fixed fee for different time packages.
According to Business Today, the latest news, social applications and gaming applications are the top three categories installed by mobile users in India, according to the latest research conducted by MoMAGIC Technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and a mobile company with large databases. From 2017. Up to 2018. There was a 94% jump in news application installations, followed by a 80% increase in applications and social gaming applications at the level of 52%.
Recently, Anuj Gupta and Mohit Agarwal, the founders of Adda52.com, received iChamp-funded, the first edutech platform for live and live players in India that aims to better understand math concepts through games, quizzes and exercises, beyond practice.
Currently, however, there are no unambiguous guidelines regarding the game and rules governing the online games sector, licenses are issued by most states in accordance with the rules of "Games of Skill" under the Public Gaming Act. Currently, Nagaland is the only country that has introduced unique licensing standards for online games. The industry is developing an ethical self-regulatory mechanism initiated by the All India Gaming Federation, the industry's leading industry policy and regulation organization for online games in India.
Sources now say that RMG companies are experimenting with new games for sport and entertainment lovers in India, such as bridge, billiards, billiards, car racing and other fantasy games.
While the initial investments are mainly intended for the hosting of the Internet platform and related software infrastructure, the main part of the expenditure is marketing and encouraging the retention of customers through attractive offers. Dream 11, which for the first time signed with commentator Harsha Bhogle as the brand's ambassador in 2017, currently has the role of ambassador Mahendra Singh Dhoni. A few weeks ago, Adda52 became involved with West Christian Cricketer Chris Gayle & # 39; as the brand's ambassador.