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India’s Digital Revolution and the State of Online Gaming

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Indian online gaming has come of age, and its popularity across the age spectrum means this is no longer viewed as childish play. Influenced by the rapid development of technology, the availability of online games, and a higher gross per capita, a gaming class has been firmly established in India.

Online games no longer require players to own expensive digital consoles, and the gaming services offered cost from nothing to a few rupees. The ability to download games for free to smartphones has prompted Indian players to try their hand, and the lower costs of an internet connection mean that 88.3% of players prefer online platforms. Internet speeds of more than 11 Mbps and the proliferation of high-end devices with gaming-friendly features have also attracted players to multiplayer or role-playing online games.

How online gaming platforms are leveraging on India's digital revolution

Currently, online gaming services have no patience for last century digital integrations and require seamlessly higher delivery and processing. Online game service platforms rely on powerful technological assets to securely and reliably meet the expectations of savvy Indian gamers. Coupled with their intelligent support systems, world-class private networks, and optimized software performance, online gaming providers maintain capacity handling platforms.

Cloud servers have also given online gaming operators storage solutions that speed up their networks last-mile connectivity, offering non-restricted access to a variety of offshore datacenters. With the significant growth of TV-based sports viewership in India, game developers have focused on an e-sports gaming niche that is rapidly expanding.  There is also an emergence of Indian-centric content where gaming providers are seeking to augment the thrill with localized experiences.

Artificial intelligence programs, alongside Big Data and virtual reality, have met cheap data rates with unprecedented bandwidth delivery to improve Indian online gaming.

Online gaming in virtual casinos for Indian players

When Indian online gamers play, it's usually at one of the popular websites available that offer gambling games. Though the country hasn’t been precisely casino friendly. However, online casino operatorsfrom other countries work within the legal framework to sustainably accord players with video slots, blackjack, poker, roulette, and live table games. Looking at the online gambling market we find manyEuropean basedcasinos, Dreamz, Casumo and LeoVegas to name a couple, now operating on the Indian market.

A large variety of game variants, retro-fitted classics, and Indian-related gaming themes are outlined by exclusive bonuses, promotions, and constant jackpots. A couple of online casinos in India now accept the local currency as well as myriad other payment or withdrawal options that include e-wallets, bank transfers, mobile cash, and cryptocurrencies.

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