iGaming content developer Gaming Corps on Tuesday announced that it “will be laying the foundations for growth by building a commercial hub in Malta”.

The firm added that the hub will provide local staff with a formal place of work, giving the company “the tools to cement its position as a tier one games provider”.

Currently, Gaming Corps works as a virtual team in three offices – Uppsala, Malta and Kyiv – with team members spread out over eight locations in Europe.

The commercial hub development plans are being put into place with Gaming Corps looking to build on a period of success. The company recently announced year-on-year net sales growth of 628 per cent for Q4 2022, being partnered with more than 400 operator brands, with another 400 signed and set to go live.

New senior appointment

Danielle Calafato / LinkedIn Photo

The company also announced the promotion of Danielle Calafato to the position of chief commercial officer.

Ms Calafato joined the company as head of commercial in 2021 on the back of a wealth of gaming industry experience, and the new role will afford her the opportunity to plan for Gaming Corps’ future expansion, as well remaining a cornerstone of a young company in an active growth phase.

On her promotion, Ms Calafato said: “It has been an absolute pleasure to be part of the Gaming Corps team, and I am honoured to be appointed as the Chief Commercial Officer. The company has achieved impressive feats in a relatively brief timeframe, and I am excited to be given the chance to build upon this success. We have big plans in the pipeline, and I am confident that with the talent and expertise of our team, we will achieve even greater heights.”

As part of the company’s roadmap for future success, former CCO Mats Lundin will remain very much involved in the commercial side of the business as he moves to the role of Director of Sales.

“I couldn’t be prouder and happier with what my team and I have been able to achieve in the three years I have worked for Gaming Corps so far. As we continue to expand, we will look to strengthen the company with feet on the ground in the markets that are allowing us to meet our ambitious goals at the optimal rate. We’ve seen a great deal of change and as what is still a young company, we’re very accomplished at adapting with great success.

“My responsibilities will now center more towards ‘new business’ where I feel at this stage I can add the greatest value. As with everyone within the Gaming Corps family, both Danielle and I will still be working very closely and aiding the company in our new roles with new excitement and 100 per cent focus.

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