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Malta Gaming Authority licensed igaming developer Gaming Corps has lauded its latest content-based after unveiling a collaboration with gaming and betting operator Interwetten.

Praising the firm’s ‘dominant position in the German-speaking markets,’ the agreement will see the supplier integrate its suite of slots titles, which includes Book of Pirates and Undead Vikings.

“We are excited to engage another developer and add more content to the Interwetten game portfolio,” stated Mario Bilic, head of product management, content and CRM at Interwetten.

“Gaming Corps is a young, ambitious company with the drive to grow, and that fits our strategy as we continue the geographic expansion of Interwetten. I am excited to see this partnership evolve over the coming years and bid Gaming Corps welcome.” 

Gaming Corps, which established its igaming business in 2019 and gained an MGA licence earlier this year, is headquartered in Sweden and boasts development studios in Malta and Ukraine. 

“I am happy to present this new agreement today, having had great experience working with Interwetten in the past. It will be a positive partnership for both parties I am sure,” added Mats Lundin, chief commercial officer at Gaming Corps

“Interwetten has a dominant position in the German-speaking markets, as well as a loyal following in many other markets too, and that will have an effect on the distribution volume of Gaming Corps’ products. My colleagues and I look forward to what we believe will be a successful partnership for the long term.”