Turner outdoor Sports says it is happy with the results of its online betting platform in the recent Delhi and Ahmedabad elections.
The sports and leisure operator’s online betting is based on a complex algorithm, which requires a large amount of data to make predictions and the process is complex.
The company says it has received 100,000 bet sizes since the election results were announced on Monday.
It also said that the algorithm was being improved in a bid to speed up the process and speed up betting.
The betting platform will remain online in India until the next general election.
“I am happy with our result.
I will play in the game,” said P.P. Patel, co-founder and chairman of Turner Outdoor Sports.
“It will be a fun experience.
It will be easier for the people, for the media and for the politicians to understand what the process was like,” he said.
Turner said it has set up a “smart-booking center” in Bengaluru to handle all betting related transactions.
“We will continue to invest in our platform, including in India, to further improve it,” Patel said.
Patel also said the company would launch a mobile betting platform that would offer live and virtual betting in India.
The startup said that its platform would be open to all users and that it would be built on an open platform.
“The app is going to be completely open and we are building an ecosystem for the bettors, bettakers, the betters, the people who are interested in betting, the media,” Patel added.
The Indian gaming market is expected to grow to $50 billion by 2025 from $5 billion in 2016.
India’s mobile gaming market will reach $12 billion by 2020 from $3 billion, according to industry research firm iMarkets.