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Indian Rummy Challenge, 2018 Bedazzled With Success at Deltin Royale, Goa

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BENGALURU, July 20, 2018  — Adda52 Rummy, owned by Gaussian Networks Pvt Ltd., India’s leading online rummy website, organised rummy players across the country to play the India’s most-anticipated live rummy tournament –India Rummy Challenge, 2018, which bedazzled Indian rummy players.

Indian Rummy Challenge, 2018 – India’s biggest live offline rummy tournament was held on 14th and 15th July, 2018 aboard Deltin Royale Casino in Goa.

The player who secured the first place and captured the title of Indian Rummy Challenge, 2018 tournament Champion is Prakash Raja who took home Rs. 15 Lac first place prize. The runner-up of the tournament is Yandluri Sreenivasulu who won the 2nd prize worth Rs. 5 Lac.

The July edition of IRC was promised to be bigger than ever, and that’s what it was. This spectacular event is certainly more successful than all the previous editions as it drew in a record-breaking 130 entries from all over India. The field was comprised of players from all walks of life including professional and non-professional players who participated in this grand event to win their share from Rs. 25 Lac prize pool.

The tournament is organized by India’s leading online rummy website – Adda52 Rummy, owned by Gaussian Networks Pvt. Ltd. The tournament took place at Deltin Royale – a luxurious floating cruise casino in Goa.

The Main Event participants were selected through Indian Rummy Challenge satellites. Adda52 Rummy hosted multiple daily satellite tournaments for its users. The top finishers then participated in the online Daily Qualifier tournament and the winners received the ticket to IRC Main Event.

As an alternative, the website also provided the option to take a direct entry to the Daily Qualifier tournament with Rs. 2500 entry fee for the users.

The Final Table

After four rounds of relentless battle, six players managed to reach the final table of the Main Event. Everyone played their best game but it was Prakash Raja whose persistence and patience finally paid off and he managed to outlast all the fellow participants.

Cash prizes are awarded to all six finishers.

Final table results:

  • Prakash Raja – 15 Lac
  • Yandluri Sreenivasulu – 5 Lac
  • Madhu Sudana – 2 Lac
  • Raghav Nisana – 1.5 Lac
  • Siva Shankar Medida – 1 Lac
  • Arun Kumar Davendra Gohil50K

As per Binand Sethumadhavan, the Chief Operating Officer of Adda52 Rummy, “We received an overwhelming response from the rummy community across India for conducting Indian rummy challenge. All I tell my online players at Adda52 Rummy, is there is a lot more to come keep playing, keep winning.”

 

About Adda52 Rummy:

Adda52 Rummy is one of the few rummy websites in India which are committed to providing international standard rummy playing experience to the users. Since its launch, the website is consistently getting ranked in the top 10 on Google on searching ‘India’s Best Rummy Website’. Other than exciting rummy online cash games and tournaments, the website hosts satellites and qualifier tournaments for major live rummy events where players can participate with minimal buy-in and win an enormous variety of prizes.

Adda52 Rummy App is also available which one can download on their smartphones to play rummy games anytime and anywhere.

Indian Rummy Challenge has established itself as one of India’s most prestigious offline rummy tournaments. What makes IRC so special is that it provides rummy fanatics the opportunity to pit their skills against some of the country’s best rummy players. It is one-of-a-kind tournament which offers a mammoth guaranteed prize pool along with the chance to play rummy at India’s largest offshore casino-Deltin Royale in Goa.

IRC’s last edition was held in December 2017 aboard Deltin Royale where Mr. Vikesh Divakaran bagged the first prize worth Rs. 10 Lac. The 2nd finisher was Mr. Rajasekhara Reddy won the 2nd cash prize worth Rs. 5,00,000.

We hope that the success of Prakash Raja at Indian Rummy Challenge tournament motivate more Indian gaming enthusiasts to join this highly entertaining game to experience the adrenaline-rush and fun involved in it and bring home plethora of wonderful prizes.

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Asia Pioneer Entertainment Terminates Two Lease Agreements

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Asia Pioneer Entertainment (APE), the Macau-based slot machine agent, has terminated two finance lease agreements for the leasing of electronic gaming equipment (EGE). The agreements were terminated after Siam Star Leisure and GLIMEX failed to pay lease rental of around HK$17 million and HK$9 million, respectively.

APE said the group is now expected to write off the HK$26 million finance lease receivables from its 1H20 accounts and has demanded the return of the leased equipment.

Under the terms of the lease agreements, both signed in December 2018, APE has the right to terminate “without the need for any notice or demand” if the lessees fail to make any payment for equipment rental by the due date.

“The Company intends to identify new lessees for the EGE in Macau or other Southeast Asian countries,” APE said.

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Singapore Casinos to Remain Closed Beyond June 1

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The gaming venues of Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands are to remain shut beyond June 1, the Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA) of Singapore confirmed.

Singapore will see three-quarters of its economy resume normal operations when measures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic are eased from June 2, the government said last week.

“The Ministry of Trade and Industry announced on 19 May the list of businesses which are allowed to resume operations from 2 June 2020 onwards. Casinos are not included within the list,” CRA said.

“The government will further monitor and assess developments in the Covid-19 situation to determine the appropriate timelines for the gradual resumption of more businesses and activities, including the casinos,” it added.

“With the phased approach, we are ready to help our workers go back to work and allow businesses to resume in a safe way,” the government said.

Marina Bay Sands said on its official website that the property “remains closed in support of the Singapore government’s ongoing efforts to combat the Covid-19 situation.”

“We are working closely with the authorities on our reopening schedule, in line with Singapore’s gradual resumption of business activities in phases,” it added.

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Adriano Ho to Take Over as Director of DICJ Next Month

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Lei Wai Nong, the Secretary for Economy and Finance, has confirmed that Adriano Ho will take over as the Director of Macau’s Gaming of Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) on June 10, replacing Paulo Martins Chan.

Chan will step down on June 9 with Ho to be formally appointed the following day.

Lei said that progress on amendments to Macau’s gaming law, which is set to form the legislative basis for the retendering of gaming concessions, will not be affected by the change of director.

“The authority of making decisions about the gaming law are in the hands of the Chief Executive and the five Secretaries. The DICJ’s job is mostly to execute our decisions and policies,” he said.

Ho is currently a key advisor to the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak, having previously headed the Police Criminal Investigation Department and the Gaming-related and Economic Crimes Investigation Department.

Discussing the appointment with media, Lei expressed his belief that Ho has enough experience in the field of gaming to perform his new role but denied his appointment was intended to strengthen regulations on gaming operators.

“Regulating the gaming industry is a persistent work for the government, it is not future tense. No matter who is the DICJ director, we’ll continue with our regulation as usual to ensure healthy development of the gaming industry,” Lei said.

The Secretary also emphasised that Chan’s departure is a “normal personnel change,” revealing Chan had offered his resignation last year but had been retained for another six months to aid transition – even though his tenure had been extended by a full 12-months until 1 December 2020.

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