Dublin-based social mobile poker operator KamaGames announced Monday that it has released a new social card game designed to drive player number growth in the emerging Indian casual gaming market.
Available globally across both iOS and Android platforms, Teen Patti is a social card game that originated in India and is popular throughout the region.
The game is played with up to 4 players, with each being dealt three cards face down. As the game progresses, the “pot” grows in value and the winner is ultimately determined by the player who remains in the game until the completion of the hand or has the best cards.
The launch of KamaGames’ new Teen Patti game comes at a time when the Indian market is experiencing significant growth as one of the fastest growing major economies in the world. This growth drives an opportunity for the development of more regional based games to stimulate local player growth and to further diversify the KamaGames gaming portfolio, the company says.
Andrey Kuznetsov, KamaGames’ CEO said Monday: “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 which 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.”