The mobile phone is an integral part of our daily life today. Advancements in mobile technology have revolutionized mobile gaming as well.

Take a look at the scenario a few years ago. Snakes and ladders and Chinese checkers were the top-rated games. Time has passed by, and with modern technology now we have smartphones onto which we can download many games or game apps, including card games. Temple Run and Subway Surfer were everyone’s favorite games for some time. Now, PUBG and Fortnite have created a huge player database across the world. Even India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently mentioned PUBG jokingly while interacting with students. So mobile games have significantly created the craze for every generation from rummy card games to battle royale games.

A Forbes statistical report on the growth of the mobile gaming market in India is astonishing. In the past two decades, the number of game development companies in India has risen from a mere five companies to over 250 companies with an average of five new companies getting registered every month. India ranks number five in the mobile gaming world, and the industry is worth $890 million. The Forbes report also suggests that the value of the industry will reach $1.1 billion by the end of next year. Mobile game downloads in India have more than doubled in the past few years. Both men and women like to play mobile games at least five days a week. This interest in the young generation has significantly created career opportunities and opened doors to over 4 million jobs. It is no surprise that there are so many gaming tournaments taking place every day.

Another major contributor to the rise in mobile gaming in India is the card-gaming industry. In a short period, traditional card games like rummy have seen a transition from people’s living room to their smartphones. This, in turn, has seen lots of enthusiasts and card game lovers turning into online players regularly. Players’ approach towards the game has changed with the introduction of free games and cash games, and the traditional strategies don’t work so well anymore. The rummy game, for instance, creates more opportunities to sharpen a person’s skills. So rummy enthusiasts choose the platform that provides security, transparency, and the ease to play the game, a Google trends report states. The interesting formats of rummy online include:

Indian Rummy: Also called 13-card rummy, the game is played by 2 to 6 players with one or two standard decks of cards.

Points Rummy: It’s a quick version of rummy in which each game ends with only one deal.

Pool Rummy: Maintaining the lowest score is the challenge in this format as the player who has the lowest score at the end wins the game.


There are a lot of gaming platforms that give you tips to help you strategize your game plan. The biggest advantage is the availability of practice games and free games where you can sharpen your gaming skills and master various game strategies before you decide to challenge skilled players to cash games.