BGaming, a fast-growing game provider for the iGaming industry, has announced its results of 2022 with impressive growth across key metrics, expansion into new markets, and the release of 30 new games featuring innovative mechanics and features.
The company’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) saw a +117 per cent increase, and the number of bets and player count both grew by 2.5 and 236 per cent respectively. In addition to the success of its products, BGaming’s talented team has grown from 64 people at the beginning of the year to over 120 people today. The company has also expanded its presence in the market, ending the year with 800+ casinos worldwide, many of which are fast-growing crypto projects.
BGaming has also prioritised obtaining gaming licenses in regulated markets, including Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Georgia, and building a smooth game certification process.
The company’s game development team added 30 new titles to BGaming’s portfolio of high-quality mobile-friendly games, including a unique to the market slot in TRUEWAYS mechanics, featuring the studio’s signature character Elvis Frog.
In addition to the company’s focus on innovation and experimentation, BGaming has also prioritized building a community of responsible gamblers and promoting a player-driven approach in game development. To further engage with its community and expand the network of players-influencers BGaming held two tournaments for streamers and launched a Scatters Club community in Discord.
Reflecting on the last year, BGaming CEO Marina Ostrovtsova said: “It’s been a fantastic year for our company! We’ve experienced significant growth across key metrics, obtained new licenses and certifications, experimented with various mechanics and features in our games, and received numerous awards and recognitions!
“All of these achievements are a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication, and we are excited to see what the future holds as we continue to innovate and deliver the best gaming experience possible. We also extend our sincere thanks to our customers and partners for their support and for helping us achieve these successes.”
For more detailed overview of BGaming’s 2022 please click here.
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