Online Monitoring Software company Shinkan Joins Hands With AIl India Gaming Federation.


After paving its path into online examinations and online recruitments, one of India’s first online assessment AI monitoring platform maker Shinkan has now tied up with the AIl India Gaming Federation (AIGF), the only apex body for India’s online skill gaming community. This collaboration will help Shinkan to eradicate malpractices and impersonation to set a much-needed benchmark of fair play in the online gaming ecosystem and tournaments.

Shinkan and AIGF are working toward developing an end-to-end registration process that will range from onboarding the prospects to having full compliance of new and existing members.

Shinkan‘s AI-driven platform monitors the participants to ensure that there is complete transparency amongst all gamers by ensuring that all are real players. The platform would also record all matches for future reference. Thus, Shinkan, with its AI proctoring capabilities, will immensely help the Indian gaming ecosystem at various stages in ensuring fair play.

What once was a means of entertainment has become an industry in itself. The digital boom has paved the path for the global online gaming industry. The picture is the same in India. In recent years, the Indian gaming industry has been flourishing, driven by tech-savvy youth, affordable gaming accessories, better internet availability, and overall technological evolution.

  • The total number of online gamers has risen 8%, from 360 million in 2020 to 390 million in 2021. The number is likely to cross 450 million by 2023.
  • The Indian online gaming market is expected to reach about US 3 billion by the end of the year 2025

However, with the rising popularity, the online gaming ecosystem is increasingly riddled with malpractices. The lack of a set benchmark and tool to eradicate the malpractices has further intensified the ecosystem. Hence, this partnership between Shinkan and AIGF is a promising step for the Indian online gaming industry in the future.

Commenting on the partnership, Abhijit Saxena, Founder of Shinkan, said, “Proctoring is like having an invigilator keeping a watchful eye on you. Our platform offers identity verification and impersonation management for high stake online gaming as well as online examination and online recruitment. While online and remote proctoring solutions are not new in other foreign countries, we are the first company in India to introduce the concept of AIGF verified rooms & players. Hence, we foresee a major potential for growth. Our partnership with AIGF is a significant step toward the future. We are overjoyed to be working closely with Roland Landers and the AIGF team.

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