Social mobile poker operator, KamaGames, has announced that it is targeting the growing casual gaming market in India with the launch of its new iOS and Android-friendly Teen Patti innovation.

Indian roots:

The Dublin-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release to explain that Teen Patti can be simultaneously enjoyed by up to five competitors and begins with each being dealt a trio of cards face down. It detailed that the mobile-friendly game has its roots in India with each round awarding the winning pot to the player that has managed to amass the best cards when the action concludes.

Economic upshot:

Andrey Kuznetsov, Chief Executive Officer for KamaGames, declared that the premier of Teen Patti coincides with India’s current status as one of the world’s fastest growing economies. He stated that this growth has increasingly led iGaming developers to diversify their portfolios via the release of games targeted at local players.

Kuznetsov’s statement read…

“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.”

Building on familiarity:

The Irish innovator revealed that Teen Patti is now available to download before proclaiming that the title’s standing as ‘a very established and popular game in the region’ is sure to lead to it drawing ‘the attention of the existing Indian player base’.

Kuznetsov’s statement read…

“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.”