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Type online gaming
Owner Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group
Subsidiaries Zapakmail
Slogan(s) Get gaming
Alexa rank Decrease 36,664[1] (September 2015)
Available in English
Launched 2006
Current status Online (
Defunct ( (c. 2009)) is a privately held, online gaming portal, with browser games in India (services provided Globally), promoted by the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group's subsidiary company Reliance Big Entertainment. It was launched in 2006.[2]


Zapak games had achieved 100 millions of download target by many users. It became widely popular on Nokia Store and other platforms.[3] In addition, Zapak also launched Game zones in multiple malls at Fun Republic malls in Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Mumbai.[4] Zapak also partnered with various companies like RuneScape, Disney Corporation and Turner Entertainment.[5][6][7]


In early 2007, Zapak introduced Zapakmail, a fast email service. It offered an unlimited mailbox capacity for users. Zapak users can even send attachments totaling 32MB. This eases the user's task of sending large files over the mail respectively.[8][9][10] It broke all records for user registrations in one day, and it registered around 1,15,263 users. [11] Zapakmail had also launched its lite version for mobile phones for ease of accessibility.[12] As of 26 February 2009, Zapak ceased its email services.[13]

Partnership with Lead Eastern Group[edit]

As per 2015, Zapak sold its 10% Stake to a Chinese corporate company Lead Eastern Group with amount of $15 Million Dollars. Zapak has been accompanied with a three way joint venture between Reliance Games, Lead Eastern and Creative Cultural where they’ll hold 40%, 51% and 9% stakes.[14]


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