Always keeping the Law in Mind!

a “Game of Skill.” This classification distinguishes it from games of chance, emphasizing that player skills, knowledge, and strategic thinking are paramount, rather than mere luck.

In the realm of online fantasy sports gaming, legality prevails across most regions worldwide, with a few exceptions. This practice hinges on the Game of Skill concept, where users assemble their fantasy teams and earn points based on the real-life performance of their chosen athletes.

Trade Fantasy Game has launched a captivating fantasy gaming app that is now available for use, having successfully met all legal requirements. What sets this app apart is its unique feature of allowing users to create a team of six players. According to the regulations of India, one can create a team of any number, making the selection of a six-player team an innovative and entirely lawful choice within the Indian legal framework.
TFG offering a range of services, entertaining features, programs, and contests spanning fantasy cricket. The platform enables users to craft their teams before the match commences, with team performance determined by the actual achievements of the selected players. The user whose team accumulates the highest points emerges as the victor. The formation of these teams relies entirely on the skills, knowledge, and acumen of the users, solidifying Trade Fantasy Game’s position as a game of skill and, importantly, a 100% legal entertainment option.


Online fantasy sports gaming, classified as a game of skill, enjoys legal status throughout India, except in specific states, namely Sikkim, Assam, Odisha, Telangana, Nagaland, and Andhra Pradesh. The cornerstone of this legality is the Public Gambling Act, 1867 (“PGA, 1867”), which outlines and penalizes acts related to public gambling and the operation of common gaming houses in India.

The unique exception carved out for online fantasy sports gaming under the PGA distinguishes it from conventional gambling activities. According to this exception, PGA provisions and penalties do not apply to games where user skills and knowledge serve as the primary instruments.

Sikkim, Assam, Odisha, Telangana, Nagaland, and Andhra Pradesh

In various Indian states, legal clarity regarding games of skill remains elusive. Consequently, platforms offering online fantasy sports gaming are often uncertain about whether to offer paid contests in these regions. The states of Sikkim, Assam, Odisha, Telangana, Nagaland, and Andhra Pradesh fall into this category.

In light of this ambiguity, Trade Fantasy Game refrains from allowing residents of Sikkim, Odisha, Telangana, Assam, Nagaland, and Andhra Pradesh to participate in pay-to-play contests organized on the platform.

For a more comprehensive understanding of the legal landscape surrounding Trade Fantasy Game, interested parties can visit the All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) website at The AIGF serves as the premier industry authority for Online Skill Gaming in India, diligently promoting global best practices and ensuring its members adhere to effective self-regulation within the online gaming ecosystem.

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