All India Gaming Federation (AIGF)

    The AIGF – All India Gaming Federation, is a not-for-profit entity. The AIGF as an apex body will focus on policy advocacy, research and forum for discussion amongst various stakeholders associated with the Gaming industry. It’s Founding members include Essel Group, Sugal & Damani and Deltin Group. Led by Mr. Roland Landers, CEO (AIGF), the AIGF will function with an Executive Committee, Sub-Committees and an Advisory Panel.

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