Deltin announces India’s largest poker cash festival – ‘ORBIT’

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India’s leading luxury gaming and entertainment brand ‘Deltin’, owned by Delta Corp, is set to host India’s largest poker cash festival ‘ORBIT’ at Deltin Royale.

ORBIT festival begins on October 20th and continues until the 24th of October and aims to offer a fun gaming and entertainment experience to all the poker enthusiasts.

It is a one-of-a-kind festival that will witness a plethora of poker players showcasing their skills and competing for an array of prizes from the most celebrated brands like Kia, BMW, Apple, Sony, etc.

Speaking on the eventYucel Yagiz, GM – Gaming, Deltin, said, “The festival combines the best of Live Poker with the enthralling grandeur & excitement that ‘Deltin’ is synonymous with. I’m sure the poker enthusiasts would appreciate the non-stop gaming action for 4 days onboard our flagship property – Deltin Royale which offers a luxurious, comfortable and safe atmosphere to indulge in the best of poker.”

The exemplary players, participating in the festival, will have the opportunity to win prizes every day. Prizes such as Apple MacBook Pro, iPhone 13 & PS5 are to be won at 8 PM daily during the festival. The most highly skilled players will get a chance to take home the grand mega prizes; a brand-new Kia Seltos car and a super BMW G310R bike.

On Monday, the company reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 22 crore for the September quarter (Q2FY22), which in comparison to the Rs 55 crore loss a year-ago period (Q2FY21) and Rs 29 crore in the previous quarter (Q1FY22), signaled signs of improvement and recovery.

Net sales of the company nearly doubled to Rs 74 crore from Rs 38 crore in the same quarter last year, with net sales seeing a 1.5% dip from Rs 75.87 crore in the June quarter.

The company reported a marginal drop in income from gaming operations, which stood at Rs 40.05 versus 41.43 crore in the June quarter. Hospitality and other operations contributed to sales worth Rs 12.53 crore as compared to Rs 9.83 crore in the previous quarter.

Delta Corp’s EBITDA loss stood at Rs 19 cr as opposed to a loss of Rs 45.1 crore in the corresponding quarter last year.