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Share ropes in Mahima Choudhury as brand ambassador, the largest community of Indians playing cards on the Internet, has signed actress Mahima Choudhury as its brand ambassador. The gaming site felt that Choudhury’s popularity blended with’s unique online gaming combination of technology and tradition and would lead to thousands of new users signing up.

Sharing her views on the company, Choudhary said, “I feel that is a fantastic way for South Asians to keep a tradition alive, no matter where they live. Moreover, it is a great way for them to connect with friends and families worldwide.”

The announcement is in line with the company’s new schemes, which guarantee every new person who signs up $25 to play right off the bat. Added to this, the company promises to match 500 per cent of the first deposit, making this the best offer in online gaming for Indians and other players from South Asian countries.

Launched in June 2005, has helped connect Indian families across the globe digitally, providing the best possible way for families and friends to get together and relive their cherished moments playing ‘teen patti’. provides the best combination of digital technology and a traditional South Asian pastime. The safe and secure encryption method makes it the most sought after site to connect with like-minded people and prove their skills at online gaming. One can also play a wide range casino games, including Blackjack, Craps and Roulette, along with the opportunity to join various tournaments.


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