History of Satta Matka Game

In India, the Satta King game was mainly invented in the early 1950s

When the Bombay Cotton Exchange had good trading relations with the early York Cotton Exchange

People were betting their Majuma on the closing and opening price of the cotton market.

During this time, the Indian government tried to control the game, but all in vain

Everything was going smoothly until, in 1961, trading between the Bombay Cotton Exchange and

The early York Cotton Exchange would take off. There were now canned methods to bet on Mazuma

Now those players/punters or the people who accept those bets tried to

Find alternative ways to survive the sports betting, but they could not find any concrete way