Kama Games reports a successful H1-2018

News on 19 Jul 2018

Irish social games provider KamaGames says that its Pokerist and Blackjackist social casino games helped propel revenues upwards by 53 percent in the first half of 2018, compared to the first six months of 2017.

Although the company was founded in 2010, it did not enter the lucrative social games market until 2016, but has been achieving solid growth since then, increasing its headcount to 250, and generating 2017 FY revenues of $57.5 million.

The company reported that significant gains were made in most metrics, including a doubling of daily active users .

CEO Andrey Kuznetsov said the continued good performance in H1-2018 came off the back of high-quality product output, regular updates to existing games and a strong relationship with players.

“In [the first half of] 2018, we launched a line of Slots games as well as adding new 3D games where players bet against the casino, Set Poker and Split Bet Poker,” Kuznetsov reported. “Our Party modes have been as popular as ever, and we have added new modes too with Clone Party and Pair Party.

“Finally, we launched Multi Table Tournaments (MTT), which is very common among real-money [gambling] games, but we were the first to launch it into the social casino landscape.

“We are only halfway through the year, so expect some exciting new projects and announcements from KamaGames in the coming months.”

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