Aggregator and platform provider GrooveGaming has rolled-out its latest distribution agreement, after linking-up with Swedish game developer Gaming Corps.
This sees the former become a “key distributor” of the group’s igaming products, with Gaming Corps aiming to leverage GrooveGaming’s global presence and operator network.
Following the partnership Yahale Meltzer, COO at GrooveGaming, has heaped praise on Gaming Corps’ roster of multiplayer titles, which he says is “a category we strongly recommend the major operators to start focusing on”.
Mats Lundin, CCO at Gaming Corps, said: “We are glad to be able to partner with a key industry-player like GrooveGaming. Yahale and Gil have made GrooveGaming a forward looking company that we are excited to be collaborating with and to bouncing product development ideas off of.
“I am confident that this partnership holds a myriad of possibilities to really establish a significant win-win relationship.”
GrooveGaming’s platform includes over 5000 casino games made up of a wealth of aggregated content ranging from slots, online casino and live casino, to poker and table games, as well as another recently added segment of ‘Real Casino’.
Gaming Corps joins a network that also boasts collaborations alongside the likes of EveryMatrix, iGP, Digitain, GoBet, ProgressPlay, Hub88, QTech, Alea, Quickfire, Max Entertainment and BetConstruct, amongst others.
Meltzer added: “We are looking forward to distributing Gaming Corps’ upcoming products to the market, as well as being a point of reference for their exciting existing portfolio, which is already a strong collection of games that lead the way in their respective categories.
“We recognise significant potential in their multiplier games, which have special appeal to millenials, and this is a category we strongly recommend the major operators to start focusing on.”
This latest partnership for GrooveGaming follows a number of recent developments which have seen the firm be selected by InfinGame to “add more firepower” to the group’s igaming platform, as well as team-up with Orbital Gaming.