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According to recent approximations, 20% to 30% of gamblers at online casinos in India are women. Learn more about Indian online casinos right here.
Women have always had an interest in what are largely deemed to be male-dominated interests. What’s often stopped them being recognized or being able to fully commit to their interests are societally-imposed, gender-based obstacles.
Now, though, many of those obstacles have been topped, meaning that women are able to live a freer life, one which allows them to indulge in the things that entertain them in the ways they did or thought they would.
Although there is no hard evidence to back up the numbers, it is estimated that around 20% to 30% of online casino gamblers in India are women, which equates to more than 23.5 million women.
Today’s best Indian online casinos, where a growing number of women play on a regular basis, are fully licensed by renowned online gambling licensing authorities.
They are free to sign up to, and they are controlled by some of the most trusted online gambling operators in the world. According to some stats, around 43% of women who gamble at online casinos play on a daily basis.
It follows other industries where women have begun to make waves in what have been, and still are, male-dominated, like sports – where two of the most-attended games in British football were women’s games, notably the UEFA-record-breaking attendance at Wembley which saw the Lionness’s life the Euro 2022 trophy.
Around 20% play three to six times per week. Roughly 18% play once or twice per week. 8% play several times per month. Just 5% play once or twice per month, and around 7% very rarely play at online casinos.
At most Indian online casinos today, you can generally find upwards of 1,000 online casino games from numerous leading online casino software providers and game development studios. The main game categories tend to include the following:
You can also now find a wide range of popular Indian-themed online casino games, such as Live Andar Bahar, Live Teen Patti, and Crorepati Challenge. If you want more similar games, then you also need to check out several other hit titles, such as Indian T20 League, 3 Patti Diwali Special, Bollywood Stars, Odol of Fortune, and Ganesha Gold.
If that’s not enough to keep you going, other hit titles include Andar Nights, Koh-i-Noor, Garuda Gems, and Love Goa, to name just a few great games.
These games have wide betting ranges, and most of them can be accessed in the real money mode and free-play demo mode. The only games that are generally NOT available in the free-play mode are the live dealer games.
Online casino welcome bonuses are something that you can claim as soon as you sign up to an online casino. It’s usually unlocked as soon as you make your first deposit, and it’s often either a matching deposit bonus or a free spins bonus.
For example, if you were to sign up to 10CRIC casino today – one of India’s best online casinos, you could claim up to ₹60,000 in free cash over your first three deposits.
Some welcome bonuses require more careful attention to use. For instance, to use the 10CRIC welcome offer, you must remember to enter the bonus code BOSSPLAY1, BOSSPLAY2, and BOSSPLAY3 into the required field on your first, second, and third deposits, respectively.
There are several different ways that you can deposit and withdraw at today’s best Indian online casinos, and some of the most secure methods that you can use today are credit and debit cards (e.g., Visa and MasterCard) and e-Wallets, such as NETELLER and Skrill.
A growing number of fully licensed Indian casino sites today also now accept one or two other reliable and convenient payment options, such as Bitcoin, AstroPay, Jeton, Paytm, and instant bank transfers.
Don’t forget that you must be at least 18 years old to deposit at online casinos and play for real money.
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