PokerStars India review
PokerStars.in is the last reservation from the largest online poker room in the world. The Stars Group has been preparing for the Indian market for several years. During 2018 Spring, the group signed an agreement with the local gambling company Sugal & Domani, part of the Sachar Gaming Private Limited. The domain PokerStars.IN is registered to another company – Sachiko Gaming, which also belongs to Sachar Gaming.
In April 17, 2018, the room opened its doors in India in those states where online gambling is legal. Although there are now more than a dozen different poker rooms in the country, Stars became the first international poker company to start working in India.
Immediately after the PokerStars.IN launch, Muskan Sethi was presented as the first member of the Team Pro.
At the moments, due to The Stars Group capabilities- PokerStars.IN is the most promising room in India
The games in PokerStars.IN are offered in Induan rupees ($1 is approximately 70 INR). After one and a half month of the room release in India, it actually ranks among the 50 biggest online poker rooms of the world.
Almost all the traffic corresponds to 6-max Hold’em tables. According to our scouts, the peak of traffic corresponds to morning in Europe. The most action at NLH tables, Omaha tables are played only in the lowest limits.
Only five limits of Spin&Go are available right now. The biggest one is 8$ buy-in and a x100 multiplier.
The largest tournaments are played during weekends (Saturday and Sunday), with buy-ins ranking from $35 to $70.
PokerStars.IN runs on the very popular Stars platform. All settings and options of international versions are available in the Indian version. The only difference from .COM version is that there is no possibility to choose the tables. Table location is completely random.
Tracking software as Hold’em Manager works perfectly.
Deposit and withdrawal methods
Credit cards and Cashfree systems are available as payment systems.
PokerStars.IN is currently the most convenient and promising way to access the poker market in India, which current level is zero years compared to Europe, lots of weak players and great growing opportunities.