StakeKings To Launch A New Platform To Simplify Poker Staking in India

StakeKings, the world’s largest poker staking marketplace founded by Tyler Hancock, is now shifting its focus to India with its motto to offer players a safer, faster, and more entertaining staking environment. The company will soon launch a new version of its website along with a brand new mobile app, which will pack exciting features and functions and make the site more accessible to masses, especially in India where mobile internet usage is expected to double that of the US with over 530 million users by 2018.

StakeKings is the most trusted brand in world’s staking marketplace. It was created as a tool to allow the elite poker players to sell their action to fans from around the globe, without having to do any of the work involved with selling action — including collecting money from backers, marketing packages to backers, sending out winnings/refunds to backers, handling tax documents, etc.

StakeKings has attracted some of the biggest names from the poker world, including Antonio Esfandiari, Brian Rast, Jeff Gross, Doug Polk, Charlie Carrel, and Parker Talbot to name a few. The software of the website is pretty advanced. It allows pros to easily sell their action to an infinite number of people, and also it allows fans to buy action from pros to whom they would otherwise never have access-without the pros having to do any of the work, which is why StakeKings has become the real king in the staking marketplace.

Very soon,  StakeKings will launch a new platform with the key focus on Indian poker market, which is why they recently conducted a trial to get a feel for the overall market and learn all that they could about the poker players, backers, and culture within the India poker space. They were extremely impressed with the response and the way players seem to support and help one another.

StakeKings and its team was very thankful to the local India pro-Eka Vedantham ( the first Indian player to sell his action on who helped StakeKings to conduct their test on Indian market and brought on board 10 of the hottest Indian poker players to sell their action, namely — Raghav Bansal, Muskan Sethi, Paawan Bansal, Arsh Grover, Sumit Sapra, Romit Advani, Prabhat Kiran, Dhaval Mudgal, Shravan Chhabaria, and Vivek Rughani. All of these players sold their action on Almost all of the packages were completely sold out, which proved a very positive signal for the staking brand eyeing the Indian poker market ahead.