Gaming Corps is a developer of gaming software that has received a license by the Swedish Gaming Authority. The license is valid for five years, and allows the company to manage its gaming software on its home market.
Gaming Corps, a Swedish company, was awarded the license following the introduction of new Swedish requirements. Recently, the country decided to regulate B2B gambling companies. Starting July 1, only licensed suppliers will be allowed.
Gaming Corps is pleased to announce the new license, which allows it to continue its business in local markets, supplying licensed iGaming companies with a wide range of innovative games. The developer has a wide range of games including premium table games, slot machines, crash games, mining games and certified Plinko.
Gaming Corps has a number of games that are huge hits and attract new players to the platforms of its partners. These titles include Coin Miner Penalty Champion Jet Lucky 2, Raging Zeus Mines and Aztec Bonus pot.
Gaming Corps will be able to consolidate its presence in Europe with this new license. The company holds licenses for a number notable regions including Gibraltar and the Netherlands. It also has licenses for Greece, Estonia, Spain, and Gibraltar.
Gaming Corps Is Bullish on Expanding
Juha Kaluppinen commented on the news, saying his team is pleased to have been able to secure a license for yet another market. Gaming Corps, he said, is confident about expanding the number markets where players are able to access its premium gaming content.
Gaming Corps will now be able better protect its players and promote safer gaming in the region, as it holds a Swedish license. Kauppinen said:
As a licensed game developer, we are happy to comply with the new licensing regulations to protect our players and promote safer gaming.
Juha Kauppinen, CEO, Gaming Corps
Gaming Corps has recently signed a series of agreements for content with several companies. Recently, the Estonian operator Coolbet was able to expand its regional presence by supplying games to the provider. Gaming Corps had also signed agreement for Play North a few days before, committing to provide content.
At the same time, Gaming Corps also injected content to SoftGaming’s aggregation platforms, increasing its reach.