Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Club Empire receives letter of intent for skill gaming license


The Government of Nagaland has issued the first Letter of Intent (LOI) to Club Empire, a Kolkata-based gaming start-up.

The Letter of Intent/provisional license is issued under the Nagaland Prohibition of Gambling and Promotion and Regulation of Games of Skill Rules 2016, issued by the Directorate of State Lotteries, Government of Nagaland, Kohima.

Founded by Luv Kalra and Swapnil Chaturvedi, Club Empire is a growing brand in the skill gaming industry in India. It launched a 13-card Indian rummy game as its first product.

The company offers three different variants of Rummy - Points/101, Pool/201 and Pool Rummy along with different types of promotions and freerolls.

The company is also said to be exploring strategic partnerships with national and international businesses to assimilate innovative games to enthuse and engage Indian players.

Being a licensed operator, Club Empire will make poker, binary, e-sports and virtual sports available to Indian gamers.

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