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Social casino developer KamaGames racks up 100 million players

Social casino developer KamaGames racks up 100 million players

Social casino games developer KamaGames has surpassed 100 million players across its portfolio of titles.

Five million of those players have come during the last three months. KamaGames’ range of titles includes Pokerist, Blackjackist, Roulettist, Baccarist, Set Poker and Omaha Poker. The company also recently introduced slots.

It’s also been expanding in countries like India, where it worked with Yoozoo’s local studio to publish a cultralised version of its Pokerist app in the country, called Poker Champions.

App Store versus Google Play

KamaGames has released an infographic, which you can see below, breaking down some key stats about its playerbase.

Most of its players, 40.7 per cent, are based in Europe, while the five countries with the highest average revenue per user are Switzerland, Singapore, US, UK and Germany.

The App Store has proven more lucrative for the company than Google Play, with 2.46-times more paying users on iOS than Google Play.

“We are very proud to have reached this milestone,” said KamaGames CEO Andrey Kuznetsov.

“This vast international audience is a clear reflection of the hard work from every member of the KamaGames team. From development, to marketing, to user acquisition and everyone in between, I am immensely proud of what we have achieved as a company.”

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Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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