Peak Reaches a New Apex of User Record Highs

Tue, Jun 12, 2012

Casual, Industry, Social

Honestly, when a game company calling itself Peak Games sends out news about a new high statistic, how can a writer not break out the thesaurus? If you’ll indulge me, I will share with you the news that TriplePoint client Peak Games has reached a new pinnacle, and is now only third from the ultimate zenith of social game platforms. With a new apogee of 9.7 million DAUs, Peak has seen a tenfold revenue increase in the last year, and is going to start expanding even further. What a crowning paramount capstone!

From the press release:

Peak’s first game, Okey, is a traditional Turkish tile-based game and already 50% of Facebook users in Turkey have played over three billion hands of Okey. Furthermore, if Okey’s 18 million players all lived in one city, it would be one of the most populous in the world. Peak’s most recent release, Lost Bubble, is one of the fastest-growing social games today, picking up one and a half million daily users in just four weeks.

Peak Games has more active users than Foursquare (15 million) or Pinterest (20 million) and now the company’s rapid growth has caught the attention of big names in the tech industry.

I mean, you name your company something like this, and then a day like today comes along… it’s just perfect. Kudos, gentlemen.

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