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A23 Launches New Set of Brand Films; Highlights Product Offerings and Responsible Gaming

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The new ads featuring Rakul Preet Singh highlight A23’s skill-based games and also takes forward the messaging around ‘Responsible Gaming’

NEW DELHI, March 24, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — India’s leading multi-gaming platform, A23 (Head Digital Works), launched a fresh cluster of brand films under its ‘Chalo Saath Khelein’ campaign featuring Rakul Preet Singh. With the initial leg of these ad films, the brand highlights a variety of online rummy formats available on the A23 Rummy application on which users can play online together with friends and family.

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The new ad film shows Rakul Preet Singh and other players enjoying a game of darts, each with their own unique style of play. She goes on to talk about how players can choose from a variety of rummy formats on the A23 Rummy app, best suited to their skill set. A23 has also ramped up their enduring ‘Responsible Gaming’ campaign, endorsing the need for players to game within reasonable limits. Rakul Preet Singh, who is seen running on a treadmill, draws a parallel between exercising and online gaming and the need to take breaks between both.

The brand film coincides with the ongoing cricket season and the upcoming IPL, which always draws attention. Both the ad films are live across all major social and digital platforms.  

The ads were released on OLVs & OTTs alongside traditional mediums on live cricket. Watch here – Film1 & Film2.  A23 is set to release more such films in the coming two weeks showcasing its portfolio – A23 Rummy, A23 Fantasy and Apart from Rakul Preet Singh, these films will also feature popular digital creator, Niharika Naga Malneedi. The message of ‘Chalo Saath Khelein’ will be telecasted across multiple regional languages including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam and Gujarati.

Speaking about the campaign, Gunnidhi Singh Sareen, VP- Marketing, Head Digital Works, said, “At A23, we are committed to providing our players with a responsible gaming experience, and our new ad films ahead of the IPL season reflect that. We believe in offering customized game play options to all our players, ensuring that they can enjoy our offerings in a safe and responsible manner. As we launch our latest campaign, we are proud to say that our responsible gaming narrative remains at the heart of our business. We are also excited to highlight our fantasy gaming experiences and offerings this season in the second leg of the campaign. The IPL season presents an excellent opportunity for us to reach the right audience, and we are excited to showcase our offerings on TV to millions of viewers.”

Being the pioneers of the online skill-based gaming industry in India for 17+ years, A23 has continuously provided a smooth, fair and engaging gameplay experience to its users. These new brand ads aim to leverage the various personalized in-game features to encourage users to enjoy an unparalleled gaming experience by playing together with their friends and family. A23 continues to drive its messaging of ‘Chalo Saath Khelein’ and ‘Responsible Gaming’ and believes that online gaming is one of the most engaging means of entertainment.

About Head Digital Works

Head Digital Works is India’s oldest online skill-gaming company that develops and operates skill-based gaming applications for the online gaming industry. It operates A23 ( which has been running since 2006 and has over a 50 million strong registered user base. It is one of the most profitable start-ups in India. The company also operates, a cricket content platform that has over 10 million+ downloads, which offers a new experience to cricket fans with a greater focus on the use of data in live match scenarios to deliver an exciting second-screen experience.




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