A23 Rummy Indian Open 2021 tournamnet to commence from 22May

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A23,  has announced online rummy tournament – ‘A23 Rummy Indian Open (RIO) 2021’. The  tournament will be a three month long tournament and will commence from 22May 2021 and will end with a grand finale  on 22August 2021.

The total prize pool of  the tournament is  set to Rs25 crores, ‘A23 RIO 2021’ is expected to witness over two hundred thousand online rummy enthusiasts in India to participate on a common platform virtually.

Along with that ,A23 launched  an audio-visual campaign detailing the structure of the tournament. It features various elements of the tournament including- the registration process, ladder,finale. The campaign is live on social media and other digital platforms.

The tournament is open for all Indian residents above the age of 18 years, it will follow a unbiased elimination format across a qualification structure.

All the participants will hold a fair chance to compete with an The entry fee starts with Rs11 and it provide opportunity to win big, with the tournament winner taking a prize money of Rs1 crore.

Commenting on the announcement, Head Digital Works founder and CEO Deepak Gullapalli said, “We have been the pioneers in bringing India its first classical online rummy platform and continuing this endeavour, we at A23, are excited to announce A23 RIO 2021 – India’s largest online rummy tournament. The tournament will offer Indians a chance to hone their skills and win big while playing one of their favourite games online. As we strive to improve the online gaming experience with our platform, the tournament will give us a much needed boost to strengthen our consumer base amongst professionals, enthusiasts and casual gamers.We are all aware of the challenging and unprecedented times that we live in owing to the pandemic across the nation and we sincerely hope that this tournament will bring some much needed positivity and cheer for fellow Indian gamers and enjoy while staying safe at home with their loved ones.”