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Horse-racing clubs bet on online forums to stay afloat
Mumbai club is in talks with Paytm’s gaming arm to see the feasibility of digital betting amid Covid-19. The racegoers may not find too many symapthisers — more so, at a time the country is overwhelmed by a pandemic. Not only RWITC has to obtain a licence from the state, it has to take all the precautions.
Ludo King, Monopoly & Scrabble Go: Online board games will drive away lockdown blues
Here are five online board games you should check out.
Girl gamers push their way into male dominated live streaming space
Backed by an army of moderators, girl gamers have garnered a loyal follow...
Indian parents, children spend the same amount of time playing online games
92% of Gen X respondents consider online gaming to be the best pastime.
Covid-19 & lockdown accelerate online gaming
Time spent on games has increased dramatically as virtual zones become avenues to socialize, connect and compete.
Online gaming firms explore ways to keep users engaged
The overall size of the gaming market in India is pegged at under $1 billion compared to $150 billion worldwide. The average user spend is about $1.5 to $2 per month in the country.
Indians bet on online gaming to kill boredom
Online gaming nights are one way of socialising and competition with money makes it more exciting, said an expert. Online games involving exchange of money have caught on with Indians stuck at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
87% Indian adults believe online gaming affects well-being, says NortonLifeLock survey
About 73% of the parents surveyed said that their children prefer shooting and adventure games, while 21% said that their children show a preference for casino and card games. About 45% of respondents said they find it difficult to control their children’s smartphone usage even as 81% said that they put a check but felt that they haven’t been effective in controlling gaming time.
New popularity across the board
Despite its chequered history, ludo has seen a renaissance during this lockdown.
From board games & waxing strips to hair trimmers, Indians flock to e-commerce websites to buy 'non-essentials'
Apparel, including t-shirts accounted for nearly 40 per cent of the products being ordered.
Playing old games in modern avatars: How startups can tap into the indoor games segment
Even the most avid fans of online games must be tiring of them by now and creative minds could do with some fodder.
Delhi govt launches online portal for construction workers
In a statement, the state goverment said construction workers can register themselves at http://www.edistrict.delhigovt.nic.in. There is also a facility of renewal of registration through the portal. Rai said there are many unregistered construction labourers in the national capital.
Flipkart, K'taka Mango Board tie up to help farmers sell online
The company would further provide training and capacity-building of how to use the app and other user interfaces, the release said, adding that along with the Mango Board, Indian Post Offices would function as the last- mile delivery operation partners during this season.
Acer Aspire 7 review: Lets you work hard, game harder
It can handle your office presentation but it is born for that gaming break you take when your boss isn't looking.
Online astrology is booming in pandemic times
There are people who worry about health as much as others worry about wealth. And about jobs, and even whether relationships will last the crisis. Portals say many subscribers or daily callers, who can pay a piece rate for consultations, start with a topic like investment or jobs and end up asking whether they will catch the coronavirus.