Spartan Poker , an online gaming platform and India’s leading online poker site, to earn real money every day. They have announced the launch of their new brand identity along with its redesigned logo and tagline.
The new visual identity, ‘Straight Up Skill’ is designed to represent the Spartan Poker as a platform that uplifts skill as the biggest phenomenon in the game of poker. The new identity considers Spartan’s aim to become India’s leading poker platform.
“This rebranding is a determining change for Spartan Poker. This initiative will convey the continuing evolution of the brand, and proudly highlight the viewpoint we want to communicate about the brand,” said Amin Rozani, managing director of Spartan Poker.
The new brand identity includes a Golden Spartan Helmet mask that is an indication of Spartan Poker’s community and has played a significant role in the company’s success. The new, bold, and vibrant logo in golden colour symbolize the characteristics of the intellectual and skilled player.
The brand recognizes the evolving trends in the market and accepts the need to innovate and keep up with the change. Therefore, the re-branding will make sure that Spartan Poker is the most trusty poker platform across the country. With the reinvigorate logo and efficient brand architecture, Spartan Poker aims to play a meaningful, applicable, and mesmerizing role in the lives of poker enthusiasts.
The team is constantly preparing ideas to deliver the best gaming experience to poker players and introducing a fresh look is just one example of how we continue to evolve as the country’s best and responsible poker platform.
The number of licensed poker sites has increased enormously since 2016, but the industry is far from stable. States like Gujarat still classify poker as a game of luck and, therefore, deem it illegal. Nagaland was the first state to construct a licensing framework, and Khelo365.com became the first legal digital poker site in India. A legal battle between local law enforcement and the Indian Poker Association has been ongoing since 2017. Gujarat High Court judges have postponed multiple hearings, with the most recent delay takes place in March 2020.