Telangana police files case against online rummy website ace2three

Started by Sudhakar, Nov 28, 2016, 06:53 AM

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Telangana police files case against online rummy website ace2three soon other rummy sites will come out

India's online rummy gaming sector, which is seeing increasing interest from private equity firms and global investors, could suffer a setback as some states are attempting to rein in gaming companies.

The Telangana police have filed a case against online rummy website based on complaints that the company was duping players by manipulating its software. This comes even as India's largest and only listed Removed firm, Delta Corp, which recently acquired the country's top poker site, is reportedly looking to buy Matrix Partners-backed

Rummy Circle, Adda52, Classic Rummy and Junglee Rummy are among the other notable online rummy gaming firms in India that have attracted the interest of global investors.

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