Gaming Corps AB, the Swedish game developer, on Wednesday received approval from the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association to launch its games via the aggregator Relax Gaming. Gaming Corps’ entire gaming portfolio will now be offered to the company’s customers who are active through the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association.
The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association is a trade association of the Gibraltar licensed gambling operators. The approval allows Gaming Corps to continue its expansion into new markets and deepen its relationships with new and existing customers.
“I am extremely pleased that we can now offer Gaming Corps’ entire portfolio to our customers via Relax Gaming and the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association. I am also extremely happy with the customers we already have lined up via this development. The collaboration between Gaming Corps and Relax is fantastic and this is further proof of the hard work that the teams have generated together,” says Juha Kauppinen, CEO at Gaming Corps.
Gaming Corps is an established gaming company with a background in video games that is now experiencing growth in the iGaming sector. Having recently attracted some of the industry’s leading talent, its diverse portfolio consists of premium Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games.
Its iGaming portfolio consists of casino slots, multiplier games, mine games and table games, into which we infuse our experience from Gaming to create modern, exciting content. The company is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market and headquartered in Sweden with development studios in Malta and the Ukraine.
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