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Casino Online casinos in India lure new customers in a big way

Discussion in 'Casino Forum' started by David A, Sep 9, 2019.

  1. David A

    David A New Member

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    Online casinos and online sports betting are on a fast growth trajectory in a country like India despite heavy regulations & legalities. Brands are luring new customers with some really attractive sign up deposits. Payment methods range from direct credit & debit cards to even Cash-on-delivery/Cash collection from doorstep. Added to that are big sign up bonuses for new customers. Online betting has never been cheaper and easier for Indian players. First time Sign-up bonuses range from Rs 4,000 for Bet365 India to as high as Rs 15,000 for Fairplay999. While minimum deposits are as low as Rs 400 for Bet365. Incentive enough for Indians to start betting big online.
     
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  2. Junket King

    Junket King Well-Known Member

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    So very true, a lot of countries have banned online gambling such as the United States and Australia? It is big business in the UK worth literally billions and the online companies are looking towards India and China for new customers. As an online player, there are a lot of big Chinese active players betting sums way bigger than I normally see in an B&M casino . If online gambling was ever legalised in the US, business would explode to unprecedented levels.
     
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  3. DanyWhite

    DanyWhite New Member

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    I heard gambling is prohibited in India and is prosecuted by law or am I wrong?
     

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