Kabam, an American-Chinese publisher and developer of free-to-play games, reported revenue of more than $360 million last year.

This is 100% more than in 2012.

And, indeed, the year was very successful for the company. In 2013 Kabam released:

  • Fast & Furious 6: The Game, which was downloaded more than 17 million times in the first month of distribution alone
  • The mobile version of his PC hit Dragons of Atlantis
  • Clone Puzzle & Dragons – Puzzle Trooper 
  • Strong Middling Heroes of Camelot

And a number of other projects, both on mobile platforms and on social networks.

Last year, the company also continued its close cooperation with Warner Bros., received $38.5 million from venture funds and was valued at $700 million.

They say it’s worth waiting for Kabam’s IPO this year.

Source: http://www.pocketgamer.biz/About the company: Kabam is a private company with a staff of more than 750 people.

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