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ibibo Games now on Google Chrome Web-store India

India Infoline News Service  | December 05, 2011 12:46 IST

These games are available for FREE on Google Chrome Web Store and users can play by just logging in with their Gmail ID.

In a clear reflection of growing demand for Indian entertainment content, local Indian games like Mumbai Underworld, TeenPatti, Rummy, Yes Prime Minister & CricEx are now available to the users of Googles Chrome Browser. All these games are from the stable of ibibo.com, Indias largest gaming network. 

These games are available for FREE on Google Chrome Web Store and users can play by just logging in with their Gmail ID. Players can also invite their friends to play online with them.

Mumbai Underworld & Teen Patti are the most popular online games in India and are played by more than 5 million users on ibibo.  Mumbai Underworld and Yes Prime Minister are popular social games, while Teen Patti & Rummy are popular card games. 

Rahul Razdan, President ibibo.com, says, We are very happy that Google chose our games as part of the Chrome Web Store showcase in India.  Mumbai Underworld and Teen Patti are currently the biggest Indian online game titles and we hope these will further help establish Chrome Web Store as a wonderful platform to discover and play online games for users in India.  

According to Google, they are happy to be part of this effort to bring games to chrome users in India and worldwide.



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