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KamaGames said its 2020 revenue rose 38% to $125.1 million. That makes for a sixth consecutive year of revenue growth, and the growth rate was 1.5 times the average of 24.4% for the social casino market and double the 18% growth rate of mobile games.
Games such as Pokerist have made Dublin, Ireland-based KamaGames, which bases much of its operations in Eastern Europe, into the largest European social mobile poker operator, the company said.
The 10-year-old company has 250 employees, and it has reached 150 million unique players (and 4 million monthly active users). The company doesn’t disclose its actual profits, but KamaGames CEO Andrey Kuznetsov said in an email to GamesBeat that the company hit record profits.