Video Slot News: Kalamba reaches milestone with 1 billionth spin

Video Slot News: Kalamba reaches milestone with 1 billionth spin

Kalamba Games announced a historic moment for the company after it registered the billionth spin across its portfolio of online video slots

Kalamba Games: A billion spin and beyond

Kalamba on Wednesday confirmed a customer playing one of their newest video slot titles, Blazing Bull 2, did the feat, punching the billionth spin for the slot developer.   

The studio has come a long way since its inception in 2015. It has produced over 50 slot titles, captivating operators, and slot fanatics with a mishmash of classic fruit slots and innovative games.

These games, which thrive because of their engaging and thrilling elements, have made it on the virtual lobbies of more than 300 online casinos around the world. Notable slot titles from Kalamba includes Griffin Quest, Sadie Swift, and Blazing Bull game series,

Six years into its existence, Kalamba has kept on growing as a multinational iGaming brand. Recently, the group has struck strings of commercial deals, opening doors to whole new markets and strengthening its position in pivotal gaming hubs. To this day, Kalamba has successfully entered the regulated markets of Italy, Colombia, Portugal, and Spain with more markets to follow.  

Quotes from the Press Release

Alex Cohen, chief operating officer and co-founder of Kalamba Games, celebrated the 1 billionth spin in a press release last Wednesday: “We are so excited to celebrate this milestone achievement of one billion spins and we are very proud of how far we have come since Kalamba was born five years ago. 

“It’s been a real pleasure to see Kalamba grow from a content developer in 2016, distributing our games via other remote gaming servers, to now having our own and making our own innovations in the distribution space. Similarly, growing the team from just a handful to nearly 40 has been incredibly rewarding.


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