Ludo King - Media Coverage

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Ludo in the big league

The Hindu | Varda Sharma | MUMBAI, NOVEMBER 16, 2017

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How a small Indian studio got 55 million downloads and 10 million DAUs in under a year | INTERVIEW | Matt Suckley, Features Editor | November 22nd, 2017

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Why is Ludo King becoming the next sensational thing? | Neraj Kumar Naiyar - Nov 28

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This Patna boy made the right moves to be crowned Ludo King

YourStory – 10 October 2017

YourStory, one of the most prolific websites covering Indian startups and entrepreneurs, decided to cover a story on “Vikash Jaiswal, Founder of Mumbai-based Gametion, the brains behind the sleeper hit board game app, Ludo King.” The article covers everything from how Mr. Jaiswal got the idea for the game, how he developed it and got it to the level of fame it currently is.

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The growing craze for online Ludo

Hindustan Times – 21 September 2017

Hindustan Times covered the how and why behind the growing craze for online based Ludo games such as Ludo King. The article sites nostalgia as the primary factor behind their popularity, but also credits the ease of use and functionality that the digital versions bring to the game. 

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Top 5 Free Android Games to Play

PC Tablet – 10 September 2017

PC Tablet has created a list of top 5 free android games to help people find the good/right ones to choose and play from the millions that are available on the Play Store. We are so honored to not only be included in this list but to be listed at the No. 1 position.

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I Am Vikash Jaiswal, Creator Of Ludo King, And This Is How I Work

Lifehacker – 8 September 2017

Lifehacker conducted an interview with Mr. Vikash Jaiswal, the CEO and Founder of Gametion, and the brilliant mind behind Ludo King, for their How I Work series. As the name of the series suggests, the aim of the interview was to see how Mr. Jaiswal works on an average day and how did he manage to create such a successful game.

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Action Replay: 5 reasons why it seems like the 90s all over again

The FreePress Journal – 10 June 2017

The FreePress Journal claims how people are living nostalgic lives, wanting to relive the 90s. It cites facts such as how Ludo is popular again in the form of Ludo King, how 90s songs are being remixed, how 90s serials are also being remade, and how Sachin is making news again. While we can’t speak for other things on the list, we are certainly glad that Ludo King is as popular as it is and that it allows people to feel nostalgic for their childhood.

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Life on suburban Mumbai train: Ludo on mobile phones is the new buzzword

Financial Express - 26 April, 2017

This article in the Financial Express examines how Ludo King has taken over other popular games ‘like Subway Surfer and such games’ to become the choice game to play while commuting. Ludo King has been credited as making ‘the hours pass by so soon’ and helping people ‘unwind after a long workday.’

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Now, playing at a mobile phone near your train seat: Ludo

The Indian Express - 26 April, 2017

An article published in The Indian Express talks about how Ludo King has become the top choice of game for people to play while commuting on the trains. It talks of how people have created groups on the daily locals and meet up daily to play while travelling to and from work. Many even cited Ludo King as an effective stress buster helping them deal with the daily pressures of their life. We’re glad that Ludo King could help people in such a significant manner.

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Top 5 apps of the week: Ludo King, Five Nights at Freddy's, Antivirus Guard and more

DNA India - 27th December, 2016

Ludo King is listed as the number one pick in DNA’s Top 5 apps of the week. Daily News and Analysis, more commonly known as DNA, is an Indian broadsheet newspaper which also maintains a news website and also publishes an e-paper. Of all the apps they could have picked, they chose Ludo King, and we couldn’t have been more honored.

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The (Mobile) Games Women Play

The Wire – 22 October 2016

The Wire conducted an analysis of the types of games that women play, particularly of what types of games attract the attention of a women, especially in a world where playing video games is inherently seen as a boy’s trait. We’re so honored and proud to be listed as one of the games that have managed to garner the attention of women and to know that many women choose to play Ludo King even though they don’t really think of themselves as gamers.

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