Much like North America, India’s federal and individual state laws around online gaming are creating a patchwork of unique laws and regulations. While there is a lot of discussion about the legality of certain forms of online gaming in India, one thing is clear:
Geofencing technology is needed to uphold jurisdictional restrictions and protect player accounts.
States such as Tamil Nadu, the 6th most populous state in India, and Andhra Pradesh, the 10th most populous state, have made online gambling illegal, so it is more important than ever for operators to use geolocation technology to comply with state-by-state requirements.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- The future of online gaming in India
- What can be learned from North America’s online gaming industry
- How geolocation will protect India’s online gaming consumers