Gaming Corps, an emerging game producer, has been granted authorization by the Swedish Gaming Authority to oversee gaming software operations within its home country of Sweden.
This license will remain valid for a duration of five years, ensuring compliance with the mandatory prerequisite for all gaming software providers to obtain a license by July 1st, enabling them to offer their services within Sweden.
Gaming Corps, a Swedish game developer renowned for its expertise in the field of video games, is now witnessing significant expansion in the iGaming industry. With a versatile portfolio encompassing high-quality Crash, Mine, Table, and Slot games, as well as a certified Plinko game, Gaming Corps has established itself with a range of successful titles.
Juha Kauppinen, Gaming Corps’ Chief Executive, said:
We find it immensely gratifying to witness the increasing trend of market regulation, and we are delighted to be recognized as an official licensee in Sweden, enlarging the availability of our exceptional game content to players. The new licensing regulations implemented in Sweden represent a highly positive stride towards player protection and the advancement of safer gambling practices. As a licensed games developer, we are thrilled to align ourselves with these regulations and offer our games to players, ensuring compliance and contributing to a secure gaming environment.
Adding to its already extensive list of approved territories, Gaming Corps has successfully met the necessary requirements and obtained licenses in Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Greece, Estonia, and Spain. Now, Sweden will be joining this ever-growing roster of regions where Gaming Corps has gained official approval.