Gaming Corps to go live with ‘multiple operators’ after Dutch approval

Gaming Corps is looking to expand the reach of its online casino suite further still after the studio noted that it has met all necessary requirements to launch its titles in the Netherlands.

This will see the group take its portfolio of slots, table, crash, mine and plinko games to operators in the region, with the developer suggesting that it will “soon be live with multiple operators”.

Among the numerous titles that players in the region will soon be able to gain access to are Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Stormy Witch, Coin Miner, Jet Lucky 2, Skyliner and Cat Ching.

Following this latest certification, Gaming Corps has hailed an ongoing growth strategy that it is proclaimed will bring about debuts in “a number of new markets in the coming years”.

“New markets expand the reach of our popular titles and we reach a whole new audience,” said Juha Kauppinen, CEO of Gaming Corps. 

“We see these as strategic approvals as important to the future of the company while striving to make the most of our existing titles and of course those in development. 

“We are very pleased that our content has already been well received by new operators that we can now start communicating with and I look forward to announcing the deals to come.”

Earlier this week, the latest European stage of the ongoing TonyBet adventure was revealed, with the Dutch Gaming Authority, Kansspelautoriteit, confirming its 24th licensee.

In the latest in a number of recent developments disclosed by the group, as well as a number of market updates issued by the regulator, TonyBet is looking to follow-up an array of European and North American via this latest certification.

This online casino licence issuance permits TonyBet to enter the Dutch digital ecosystem, with the five-year certification valid from November 15, 2022, to November 14, 2027.