A massive amount of $60 Billion has been spent to ignite India’s professional gambling industry. The includes the implementation of hundreds of new craps tables, and parlours that could provide further housing for craps and other such related games.
Investors foresee that this could generate income and boost the flow of currency in the land of the Taj Mahal. This would not just be a domestic boon, and would get in fact get the majority of its profits from the tourist industry.
Just this Thursday evening, in the bustling streets of east Bangalore, a group of friends decided to spend their merrymaking at an exclusive three-story commercial complex at the outskirts of a villa in Indirangar.
Filled with glittering lights and ensconced with free plays and lotteries, the entire edifice exudes an air of sophistication and sheer style. With the modern architecture with which it was followed, the building is quite reminiscent of Las Vegas styled casinos.
The tables are immaculate, and there are few better places to play craps today, barring the usual suspects in that area.
The five-star casino boasts a gourmet vegetarian restaurant that is popular among the elites. However, the group proceeded to Andyz Fish & Chips, one of the quintessential gaming rooms, in the heart of India.
Stacked with premium games of all sorts of entertainment, the group tested their luck and skill on the online games which attracts tons of professional gamblers and enthusiasts from all over the country. From this expenditure, the economy of India is projected to climb for the next two years, and continue from there.
This is a great omen for the business sector of the country. Who knows? The country might benefit from this market, like progressive countries such as United States, Macau, and Hong Kong.
Whatever the case may be, craps will remain at the helm of this.