Social casino game maker grew revenue 33 percent to $76.4 million in 2018 from $57.5 million in 2017.
That was the third consecutive year of fast growth for Dublin, Ireland-based KamaGames, which operates social casino games such as Pokerist.
In these latest results for 2018, each quarter showed strong growth for KamaGames in comparison to the same period in 2017. Overall, the social casino market grew 10.4 percent to $1.32 billion in the fourth quarter, and KamaGames ranked 11th in the world in social casino game revenue, according to market analyst Eilers & Krejcik.
The number of daily active users (DAUs) of KamaGames’ titles also saw strong growth of 23.5 percent from 510,000 in 2017 to 630,000 in 2018, KamaGames said.
KamaGames attributes its continued success to a number of key points. It said that personalized promotional campaigns for players have driven up the number of paying users as well as the average revenue per paying user (ARPPU) increasing in 2018.
The company also said that in June 2018, it began exclusive monetization through Unity Ads, allowing the company to provide in-app rewarded video advertising across their entire gaming portfolio via the Unity Ads platform. This move boosted advertising earnings by 81 percent from a year earlier.