Kalamba Games has managed to expand its business operations two-fold during 2020, now supplying 300 casinos worldwide and promising to release 14 new games before the year is out.
Record Year Marks Kalamba Games’ Development Efforts in 2020
Kalamba Games has seen a strong 2020 with the company’s business marking up a 100% growth over the past 12 years, its strongest year on record.
Growth has been spurred by numerous industry-defining solutions and specifically by investing in the company’s bespoke product, the Bullseye remote gaming server.
Bullseye has been instrumental in helping Kalamba expand its footprint globally and boost its presence in established markets.
Presently, Kalamba is supplier for at least 300 online casinos worldwide, and the company is planning on launching no fewer than 14 new games by the end of 2020, making for a busy end-of-year period at Kalamba’s development studio.
Kalamba is banking on unique games that add fresh twists to the iGaming experience rather than sinking their teeth in the holiday spirits.
Some of the company’s most successful releases this year included Sadie Swift: Guns n’ Glyphs, Blazing Bull, Goblins and Gemstones Treasure Hunter, and Sky Hunters to name a few.
Roadmap for 2021 Remains Focused and Full of Innovation
Kalamba has ramped up its production in 2020, but innovation will lead the way in 2021, the company says, with a number of new features and promotional tools already in the pipeline.
Kalamba has secured key partnership alliances with operators such as Wildz Casino and Kindred, and teamed up with CasinoTest24, a Twitch Streamer, for one of its most successful titles to date, Sadie Swift: Guns ‘n Glyphs.
The company has not sat on top of revenue but reinvested in expanding its workforce, which has grown by 40% since the beginning of the year. Commenting on recent developments, Kalamba Games CEO Steve Cutler had this to add:
“We have had a fantastic year with several important milestones and I’m really proud that the team has achieved this against a backdrop of great disruption.”
-Kalamba Games CEO Steve Cutler
Next year will be one where the company’s focus will remain on refining existing products and further expansion with brand-new solutions.