ET Now Leaders of Tomorrow is the country’s sole daily series aimed at empowering upcoming businesses. Its current ninth season focuses on the theme ‘Empowering a Billion Dreams’ for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) & micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), students & enterprising Indians.
The latest episode of ET Now Leaders of Tomorrow, hosted by Sunanda Jayaseelan, featured some notable dignitaries from the Real Money Gaming (RMG) industry. They discussed ‘the lack of consistent regulations are leading to less profits for the gaming industry.’ Abhishek Goindi pointed out the need for government regulation & intervention to validate the industry.
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The speakers included poker pro and poker coach Abhishek Goindi, Parth Chadha, founder of EWar Games, Amit Purohit, founder of Fantasy Akhada and Dushyant Saraswat, CEO and founder of Hunter Games.
Abhishek Goindi is a professional poker player with several heavy duty titles to his credit. He was the first Indian poker player to become the Player of the Year in 2011. He is the co-founder and coach of a poker training organisation, Poker Bootcamp India. This poker champion has been a commentator at some top poker games.
Parth Chadha is the founder of EWar Games, which is a one-stop gaming platform and provides a number of games. Chadha founded EWar Games in 2019, with a vision of exploring something new and innovative in the gaming industry.
Amit Purohit founded Fantasy Akhada in 2020. The platform is one of India’s fastest growing fantasy sports platforms, which aims at providing users with a customer focused platform in a safe ecosystem.
Dushyant Saraswat is the CEO and founder of Hunter Games, founded in 2019. Hunter Games is a B2B firm that provides a gamified engagement experience to its enterprise partners through customer touch-points.
Among different topics discussed, the speakers shared their earliest memories of their favorite video games. While Goindi remembered Super Mario and Tetris, Chadha recalled the games he played at the internet cafes at the age of seven-eight. Purohit fondly remembered Contra and esports cricket, while Saraswat talked about being among the lucky few who got to play the classic Atari game.
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