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Gaming Hungama too gets T20 fever; launches online cricket games

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Gaming Hungama too gets T20 fever; launches online cricket games

While team India is the defending champions in the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup, Indian gaming portal, Gaming Hungama has launched four interactive online cricket games, free of cost, for its ‘Cricket-Crazy’ consumers.

All these games would be available on the gaming portal, and Gaming Hungama has created a set of interactive cricket applications that are available on Orkut across the globe too. The objective is to allow cricket fans across the world to take part in the cricket games.

Siddhartha Roy, COO, Digital and Allied Business, Hungama Digital Media, said, “India is a diverse nation, but the game of cricket is a religion in this country. We at Gaming Hungama have created a bouquet of games that are engaging and addictive for the average cricket enthusiast. Furthermore our association with Orkut enables cricket fans to network with their friends and share their experiences online.”

Online gaming is said to be fast picking up in India and according to industry estimates, the current online gaming market is already worth 10 million dollars. Constant innovation and exciting offerings from companies assures further momentum to this rapidly growing online sector.

Gaming Hungama, a part of Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt Ltd, is said to be India’s first multi-user gaming website. The site enables users sitting in different parts of the world, get together and participate in highly engaging casual gaming over the internet. Gaming Hungama also hosts games, which are created especially for a brand promotions and activation.


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