Delta Corp launches World Gaming Festival

Indian gambling giant Delta Corp has announced the launch of the World Gaming Festival, a 5-day extravaganza offering “world-class” entertainment, international cuisine and gaming.

The festival, which is held from November 30 to December 4 will see six international and local popular games, namely,  Poker, Rummy, Roulette, Baccarat, Indian Flush and Andar Bahar.

The host venues include Deltin Royale, Deltin JAQK and Deltin Caravela – three offshore casinos which are anchored in the Mandovi river in Goa.

As part of the festival, Delta Corp also announced that will host a video gaming festival from December 15 to 17, with games hosted including  FIFA 18, Tekken 7, Counter Strike and DOTA 2.

The video gaming leg of the Deltin WGF will include Controller Gaming Experience Zone, Motion Gaming Experience Zone, Virtual Reality Experience Zone, Simulation Gaming Experience Zone and Fun with Friends Zone.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Anil Malani, president, Delta Corp Ltd, said: “It gives me immense pleasure to launch The Deltin World gaming festival. Our endeavor always has been to bring in international level entertainment and gaming for the connoisseurs in India and for gamers across the world. In the last decade, we have witnessed the rise of gaming in India and gamers from all walks of life have embraced it. In fact our online platform adda52 is India’s largest online poker website with over 10 lakh registered users. Starting today we are launching a 360 degrees marketing campaign to spread the word on The Deltin World Gaming Festival”

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