Gaming Corps, a well-known and leading Swedish iGaming content provider in the online gambling industry, has decided to conquer another fast-growing and promising market: the Netherlands.
Namely, during the year, the company made various moves that helped it secure a better position and expand further across the globe.
Gaming Corps got closer to its goal of global expansion thanks to numerous collaborations including the most recent one with the Casino777.be platform when the developer launched its portfolio on the new partner’s platform.
Gaming Corps is ready to go live in the Netherlands after the company has been approved by the competent authorities.
From now on, the Dutch market will be enriched with plenty of amazing releases considering that the company plans to bring to the Netherlands an array of products from famous portfolios such as Plinko, Mine, Crash, Table, and Slots.
The developer plans to soon present its games on the platforms of well-known operators, including hit titles such as Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Stormy Witch, Coin Miner, Jet Lucky 2, Skyliner, and Cat Ching.
Juha Kauppinen, CEO of Gaming Corps, said “New markets expand the reach of our popular titles and add a new audience. We see these strategic entries as important to the future of the company while we strive to make the most of our existing titles and those in development. We’re pleased that our content has already received a warm reception among the new set of operators we’re now able to open communications with and look forward to announcing those deals soon.”
As we have already mentioned, Gaming Corps has in a short time secured one of the enviable positions in the industry with the desire for additional advancement.
Recently, the developer announced a partnership with SoftSwiss that will allow the platform to reach even more audiences.
We believe that in addition to all the good things we have read so far, more amazing announcements await us soon!
“Gaming Corps Announces Approval for Netherlands Launch’’. europeangaming.eu, November 5, 2022.
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