France-based social gaming company Pretty Simple, creators of 2010 hit My Shops, has announced outstanding results for their brand new social game Criminal Case. Roughly two months after its November 15 release, Criminal Case has known an unusual success among the social gaming community, and is bound to be one of the greatest social gaming sensations of 2013.
Pretty Simple, which was founded in 2010 by partners Bastien Cazenave and Corentin Raux and is backed by Idinvest Partners, has unveiled extremely encouraging figures for this year: in just about two months, Criminal Case has reached 1 million Daily Active Users (DAU). Boosted by an explosive organic growth with no advertising associated, Criminal Case is on track to become a global phenomenon in the social gaming industry.
In addition, Pretty Simple has announced that it expects to report eight-digit revenue for Criminal Case in 2013, and to open 25 new positions in Paris, which would increase its current headcount of 35 people to 60 employees.
As of today, Pretty Simple’s clients are located in over 130 countries, and the firm’s first success My Shops counted 10 million players worldwide.