New Delhi: Incorporated in April this year, Mad Over Poker (MOP), is an early stage poker start-up that will be launched in India on August 3 with a big bang inaugural tournament LOOT.
Poker Industry in India, pegged at INR 1000 crores is a buzzing industry associated with glamour and fun. It has international appeal especially among the youth who have had global exposure and work or live in large metros. Poker is a mind sport and skill based game more like chess.
Madoverpoker.com (MOP) is one of the few corporatized online poker playing platforms, in a largely unorganized segment in India. Their current focus is to ride the wave of a $50 billion global online gaming industry and to grab the imagination of poker crazy players in India.
The LOOT is Rs 5 Lakh guaranteed tournament on Mad Over Poker website which is scheduled on August 3, 2017 at 9:00 pm. They have further scaled up the online poker playing industry by announcing the largest free entry tournament with a prizepool never offered before. Poker enthusiasts will get once in a lifetime chance to enter the competition without investing a single rupee. Registration will be open till midnight of August 2, 2017.
Elaborating on their launch offer, Amit Kanodia, Chief Executive Officer at Mad Over Poker said, “We are an early stage poker start-up that believes in the highest conduct of business and sportsmanship. MOP is the ﬁrst of its kind online prize money driven product in India. The company plans to become a market leader in the coming years. MOP’s plans will ﬁrst focus on India and later spread their wings into other markets.”
The No Limit Texas Hold’em tournament is an exciting one for all poker players as it combines a massive prizepool with an exciting structure. The re-entry tournament has a nominal entry fee of Rs 850, but one can enter for free in just a few steps.
Amit further added that, “With our launch offer Loot, we hope to delight our players. We plan to keep introducing exciting promotions and tournaments in the future on Mad Over Poker for poker aficionados.”