LudoIncome is considered a "game of skill." Games of skill are defined as games where the participants' skills dominate in determining the outcome, rather than mere luck. In games of skill, participants rely on their knowledge, skills, training, and attention to participate and win. Online e-sports gaming, including LudoIncome, is considered a legal practice worldwide, with certain exceptions. Online e-sports gaming is entirely based on the concept of games of skill.
The services, contests, and programs related to online e-sports gaming offered by LudoIncome entirely depend on the users' skills, knowledge, and attention. This makes LudoIncome a game of skill and 100% legal.
Games of skill, such as online e-sports gaming, are considered legal throughout India, except for certain states such as Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Orissa, Telangana, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu, and Nagaland. The Public Gambling Act, 1867 (PGA, 1867) is the primary law governing gambling in India. The PGA defines "public gambling" and the keeping of a common gaming house as criminal offenses. However, online fantasy sports gaming is considered an exception under the PGA, and the provisions and punishments of the PGA do not apply to games played by users primarily using their skills and knowledge.
In Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Orissa, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Sikkim, Meghalaya, and Nagaland, the laws related to games of skill are unclear. In these states, it is uncertain whether websites offering e-sports gaming can offer services for free or not. To comply with these unclear laws, LudoIncome does not allow users identified as residents of these states to participate in its pay-to-play contests.