Swedish up-and-coming game developer Gaming Corps announced that Connor Blinman has been appointed to head game production. Mr Blinman comes with extensive experience in managing game production teams. He brings over four years’ experience in the industry, most recently, holding the position of game design team lead for over 25 titles with technically innovative global gaming distributor Play’n GO.

Mr Blinman graduated with a bachelor of science degree in computer games enterprise from the University of Portsmouth.

“My strategy over the coming year or so is to build the team with the best in the industry, while enhancing the quality of the games coming through. We will scale up production to exceed the expectations of our commercial clients and delight their players. I want to maintain that diversity and continue to drive a sense of difference from other providers.” said Mr Blinman of his new position. At Gaming Corps he will implement slot production with a strategy to enhance game delivery.

Gaming Corps was founded in 2012 and develops cutting edge iGaming and interactive entertainment in addition to niche video content via a lightweight integration platform. Its offices are based in Sweden with development taking place in Smart City Malta and Kyiv in Ukraine.  It is listed on Nasdaq first north growth market.  

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