Kama Games and Yoozoo to Develop Poker Game

Today the gaming firm Yoozoo Games and Kama Games announced that they've struck a deal that will see their games being offered in the Asian gaming market.

The deal will see the two groups working to design a white label poker game, which is a set to be launched into India as well as other regions. The two companies have worked together in the past to develop betting games that are distributed around the world. This current game will be available on both the Apple App Store as well as the Google Play Store.

Speaking about the deal Yoozoo Games CEO of India Anuj Tandon said, "There is no doubt that Social Casino is the biggest mobile gaming genre in terms of revenue in India, particularly Social poker is a growing a market. A partnership between Yoozoo Games and KamaGames is a great opportunity for both companies to nurture and grow the already vivid social gaming scene in India. We are working on multiple such opportunities to grow in the Indian market and with Poker we seem to have a strong segment covered".

Yoozoo Games' Daniel Kashti added: "This past year has seen KamaGames grow at an exponential rate in our player numbers, in gaming revenues and our overall growth as a group. Yoozoo Games is at the top of the game when it comes to gaming and mobile games. Working with such a strong and influential developer and distributor will help us build our business and expand into this very exciting and important market and further grow the social poker scene in India. Together with Yoozoo Games, we are looking to offer a fully localised gaming experience that will perfectly cater for the Indian player, whilst also leveraging Pokerist's huge global active player base".

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25 October 2017 - 8:05am

Not much of a poker player here but nice to see two companies could work together on a game project, certainly that would make the end product better quality which is of course the whole point I think.

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25 October 2017 - 12:10pm

Same here but I am sure that there is market for poker games and many people love them- so if they do it right, players will enjoy it.