Gaming Corps has further expanded its standing in Europe as the Swedish developer adds Greece to its roster of regulated markets it operates within.
Following the supplier’s certification in the Dutch market a few weeks ago, Gaming Corps has worked closely with Kaizen’s Stoiximan and confirmed Novibet as a new partner, with both going live on day one of its Greek operations.
“Our close relationship with many of the operators in Greece meant it was high on our list of priorities for market entry,” expressed Juha Kauppinen, CEO at Gaming Corps. “We’ve been overwhelmed by the support of our existing customers who have an active presence in the region and the response of the new customers this allows us to deliver content to.
“We’re excited by the speed with which things are now moving and are grateful to our commercial team for their hard work and our customers for their support for yet another market entry.”
Gaming Corps’ catalogue of titles, that include plinko, mine, crash, table and slot content with games such as Jet Lucky 2, Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Black Jack and Stormy Witch.
Gaming Corps has previously announced that its growth strategy is to create more content within more markets.
The market entry for Gaming Corps follows its link-up with Sportingtech earlier this month to boost its offerings in Brazil.
This saw the supplier’s casino content distributed through Sportingtech’s Quantum platform and made available to operator partners throughout the Brazilian igaming market.
The deal also sets the stage for Gaming Corps to extend the reach of its content in the Latin American jurisdictions in which Sportingtech has a strong presence.