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Tubb Teen Patti - Indian Poker

02-28-2017 09:07 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Tubb Games

Tubb online games pvt Limited has recently launched a Teen Patti app on google play & Apple app store titled TUBB Teen Patti – Indian Poker.

Designed by hard core Teen Patti enthusiasts, this app aims at addressing the pain points that are currently faced by teen patti players.

Some of them include:
• Mediocre game-play: Best in-game experience achieved by extensively focusing on UX & UI.
• Lack of variations: 2 new variations that are not currently present on other teen patti apps.
• Lowest data & battery consumption amongst all other apps
• Low waiting times for a player to join in on a table

The app is available for teen patti players on android & iOS. On iOS, the app has the lowest size among all the apps.

Every user that downloads the app gets at least 2.5 lakh free chips to start with & if they link their Facebook profile to the app then they will get an additional 2.5lakh chips. Apart from this the app also gives away bonus free chips to players every day.

Inside the app the players can play four teen patti variations; play now (classic teen patti), no Limit table (classic teen patti but without a pot limit), dealer dolly & super blind (these are the 2 variations that are available exclusively on this app).

Links for the app:

Tubb games was started in 2016 by a group of gaming enthusiasts. Based out of Hyderabad, we launched our first app - Tubb Teen Patti – Indian Poker for card game enthusiasts which is the first of many apps that we plan to launch in the social casino games category.

Tubb Online games pvt. Ltd.,
Rocking Krishna, #102, Dattatreya Grand View, Manikonda, Hyderabad, Telangana, India - 500089.

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