“Teen Patti” Released by KamaGames in India
India has a burgeoning casual gaming market in India which social mobile poker operator KamaGames is hoping to tap into with its most recent release for iOS and Android: Teen Patti.
Roots in India
In a press release issued on Monday KamaGames – headquartered in Dublin – explained that Teen Patti is an innovation that can be enjoyed by up to five competitors at any one time. The game is already very popular in India and it begins with each player being dealt three cards face down. Players have to amass the best cards possible and each round the winning pot will be awarded to that player.
India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies and Andrey Kuznetsov, Chief Executive Officer for KamaGames, explained that the release of the game coincides with this fact. He also explained how India’s economic growth is inspiring iGaming developers to diversify their offerings:
“As a forward-thinking casual games developer, KamaGames has always strived to offer something new and exciting to our global and regional audiences and the launch of Teen Patti is a perfect example of this.”
A natural entry point
Teen Patti is based upon “a very established and popular game in the region” and is now available for download. The Irish innovator hopes that this will serve as a natural entry point for casual gamers and capture “the attention of the existing Indian player base.”
In a full statement Kuznetsov explained:
“This latest addition to our gaming lineup reflects our ongoing plans to expand our portfolio to include not only social casino games but also certain social card games that are popular in specific regions. It’s an opportunity for us to show how KamaGames is committed to embracing unique and diverse gaming variants from the emerging markets and popularizing them on our own world stage.”