Social poker operator KamaGames said revenue was $76.4 million (€68 million) for 2018, up from $57.5 million in 2017.

Dublin-based KamaGames said its business showed strong growth last year as revenue rose 33 per cent, marking a third year of strong growth for the com(...)

Andrey Kuznetsov, chief executive of KamaGames claims the token sale is an industry first

KamaGames, the Dublin-based gaming company, is seeking to raise $25 million (€22 million) in a token sale exploiting blockchain technology and the eth(...)

KamaGames managing director Andrey  Kuznetsov: “We are self-funded since day one . . .  so we didn’t need any grants.”

KamaGames, a Russian gaming company, has seen its valuation jump threefold to about $500 million (€404 million) since moving to Dublin in 2012, despit(...)