Social casino studio KamaGames has credited significant increases in active users and product enhancements for driving a 63 per cent rise in revenue to US$57.5m for the full 2017 year.

The year-on-year improvement in revenue follows six consecutive quarters of growth, which managing director Andrey Kuznetsov described as "unprecedented" in the current social casino market.

KamaGames said that growth was driven by a number of factors, including the roll-out of new products such as Baccarat, Omaha poker and three-card poker on its Pokerist app during the year.

"These new games, along with the previously released Texas poker, roulette and blackjack form a solid and varied portfolio of the most popular casino games designed for the social gaming audience," Kuznetsov explained. 

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