CasinoLife Vision

Create your own Casino world.


Make your own social casino with a click and earn crypto money.


Play casino games with friends on mobile, web and VR.


Earn Kava Coins, a real cryptocurrency, just by playing. Sell your Kava coins on crypto exchanges.

Virtual Reality

Bring your game to a whole new level within a fully immersive VR world.


Compete in live stream E-sports tournament events for top prizes.


Create your own fashion style, custom rooms, and unique casino experiences. Sell your designs and earn Kava coins.

Casino Games

Play from a variety of games designed by your friends

CasinoLife Poker

CasinoLife Poker is phase 1 of our vision. Available now on Apple App Store, Google Play, and Facebook Web.

Play at the big cash tables. Dress your avatar. Win big at the tournaments. Level up and earn crypto Kava coins. Coming soon on Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream and Oculus.


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Complete suite of games coming soon.

KAVA Roadmap

About Us

Meet our leadership team

Kava is a video games company based in Atlanta, Georgia. We have a 12-year history of producing and distributing 3D social MMO games (massively multiplayer online). Kava’s first title “World of Kaneva” nurtured an ecosystem consisting of over 3 million players, 26,000+ designers that produced 2 million digital goods that were traded inside the game. In 2017 Kava launched CasinoLife Poker bringing its 3D virtual world expertise to the social casino genre.


Chris Klaus, CEO

Christopher Klaus is a successful entrepreneur, delivering 3D virtual worlds as the founder and CEO of Kava (formerly Kaneva). He is a founder and partner in the CyberLaunch, a startup accelerator focused on helping grow both security and machine learning startups.

He also has a long relationship with Georgia Tech. Today Klaus invigorates the future of technology at Georgia Tech by supporting CREATE-X, a program that gives students a platform to connect with industry leaders and receive the guidance, support-and capital-to launch their own startups. In 2000, Klaus responded to the need to help sustain the technology revolution, and with his pledged donation, Georgia Tech constructed the Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building, a three-story academic building (over 400,000 square feet of space) that houses a portion of its College of Computing, College of Engineering, and related programs.

Prior to founding Kava, Klaus founded and served as CTO of Internet Security Systems Inc. (ISS), a company he created in 1994, took public in 1998, and was acquired by IBM in 2006 for over $1.2 billion. He sits on Georgia’s Film, Video, and Music Advisory Commission. Klaus serves on the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Board of Visitors, the Georgia Game Developers Association (GGDA), the Georgia Tech Foundation, and the Georgia Tech College of Computing. In 2017, Chris was honored with an honorary doctorate by SCAD in recognition of his contributions to the entrepreneurial and creative communities in Georgia.

Chris Klaus LinkedIn Profile


Minaz Vastani, CTO

Minaz is the Chief Technology Officer, leading the product development, technology vision, engineering and operations of Kava’s core platform and infrastructure. Over his career Minaz has worked with large enterprises, mid-size publicly traded companies and startups.

Prior to Kava, Minaz was the founding executive and General Manager of Asurion’s Atlanta Development Center responsible for building a model center of software delivery excellence and built a high quality, multi-tenancy claims and fraud management platform that enabled client launches in the Asia-Pacific markets on a scalable and highly available platform. At Asurion, Minaz also led an innovative risk and fraud management platform team that delivered a modern and scalable platform for advanced risk management services.

Leading up to Kava, Minaz served as Senior Vice President of Research and Development at Nextgen Healthcare, a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: QSII) where he led the development of electronic health records management platform for integrated ambulatory and hospital delivery network market. At Nextgen, he also functioned as CIO of the Hospital Services Division delivering cloud based electronic health records management systems for small to mid-size hospitals.

Minaz joined Cbeyond (NASDAQ:CBEY, acquired by Birch in 2014) shortly after its inception as venture capital backed startup and over 11 years contributed to Cbeyond’s evolution from a startup to a thriving publicly traded entity providing telecommunications and cloud services to small and medium businesses. As Vice President of Information Technology, Minaz led various aspects of IT from planning, strategy, systems development, infrastructure, IT and datacenter operations.

Prior to joining Cbeyond, Minaz worked for Verizon (NYSE:VZ). At Verizon he was responsible for developing online customer self-service channels for Verizon's domestic and international subsidiaries. Prior to Verizon he worked at FedEx’s STAR Center – a research arm of FedEx focused on delivering innovative software solutions to the enterprise. Minaz holds a B.S and M.S. in computer engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Minaz Vastani LinkedIn Profile

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