Gaming Corps swells distribution network through SOFTSWISS

Gaming Corps has followed up receipt of a key latest key approval by revealing the latest extension to its distribution network, which has been undertaken alongside SOFTSWISS.

This will see the Swedish games developer integrate its roster of igaming titles with the company’s aggregator solution, with this latest tie-up to add to a collection of more than 13,000 titles.

“SOFTSWISS is an igaming giant with both pedigree and foresight, being the first igaming software company to work with cryptocurrencies,” stated Mats Lundin, Chief Commercial Officer of Gaming Corps. 

“I am confident that the winning combination of our next generation casino games and their impressive market presence will pave way for a true win-win partnership. 

“It is going to be exciting to follow the progress of our games on the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator.” 

Under the terms of this latest agreement, Gaming Corps, which was founded in 2014 and listed as a public company in 2015, takes a portfolio of games that includes offerings such as Coin Miner, Skyliner and Stormy Witch.

This will sit alongside a “bespoke offer” across four game categories that sit in the group’s network, these being crash, mine, table and slot games.

Tatyana Kaminskaya, Head of SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, commented: “We are thrilled to announce a newly integrated Game Aggregator provider – Gaming Corps. 

“We are happy to enrich our game portfolio with high-profile games of Gaming Corps and keep meeting the growing expectations of our customers.  

SOFTSWISS is absolutely confident that the new partnership will open up new horizons, broaden our market representation and increase players’ satisfaction.”

Most recently, Gaming Corps received approval from the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association to launch its games via the Relax Gaming aggregator solution. 

This will see the firm’s entire gaming portfolio be offered to the company’s customers who are active through the trade association that represents online gaming operators in the territory.