Indian Gaming Convention 2023: Uniting Pioneers and Policymakers for Industry Growth in New Delhi

The Indian Gaming Convention 2023, set to be held on December 5 at the Taj Palace in New Delhi, represents a significant milestone in India’s online gaming industry. This comprehensive conference is designed as a common advocacy platform for various stakeholders in the gaming sector, including industry pioneers, policy makers, and other key participants. The…

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Madras High Court Lifts Ban on Online Rummy and Poker, Recognizes Them as Games of Skill

Experts, industry association welcome decision, say it upholds difference between games of skill and chance In a landmark decision, the Madras High Court has distinguished between online games of skill and chance, upholding the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Online Gambling and Regulation of Online Games Act, 2022, but exempting rummy and poker from its prohibition…

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Tamil Nadu Bans Online Gambling Games: To Set their Own Regulatory Body.

The Tamil Nadu Government, released an official act to ban all online gambling games on October 3, Monday. Every game of chance operating within the regulations of the state will be abolished. The ban particularly mentions online poker and rummy games. The Tamil Nadu Government revealed this in an official gazette. On 26th September, Tamil…

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Niti Aayog’s Guiding Principles for Online Fantasy Sports in India

The Federation of Indian Fantasy Sports (FIFS) has said that Niti Aayog’s draught guiding principles will give the online fantasy sports business in India the needed fuel for “responsible expansion.” According to the organisation, it will also provide fair possibilities for all operators while protecting consumer interests and preventing any potential malpractices. Niti Aayog stated…

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What Constitutes as Game of Skill and Chance – Online Gaming

India’s gaming regulations are believed to be exceedingly convoluted and open-ended, with ambiguous language that makes clear interpretation difficult. The fundamental cause of this flaw is that the regulating rules, which were enacted before India’s independence, are highly antiquated. In India, gambling rules were traditionally overseen by the Public Gaming Act of 1867, which was…

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