Gaming Corps seals ‘swift’ deal with Napoleon to expand Belgium network


Gaming Corps, the Swedish developer, has broadened its Belgian distribution network six months after entering via a link-up with operator Napoleon.

Under the terms of the partnership, titles from Gaming Corps’ portfolio, such as Plinko, Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Coin Miner and Jet Lucky 2, will become available to players in the Belgian regulated market via Napoleon’s platform. 

Danielle Calafato, Head of Commercial at Gaming Corps, explained: “We’re very excited by the initial results we’re seeing with Napoleon and to have added another operator with such a strong reputation is testament to the portfolio we have. 

“This deal from start to finish has been a swift one and it has been a pleasure to work with the team throughout. Our thanks to Napoleon for their support and we look forward to our ongoing partnership.”

Both companies have expressed commitment to responsible gaming with the studio’s entire portfolio of diverse games and game genres already live with the operator. 

Philippe Joos, Chief Product Officer at Napoleon, commented: “Napoleon wants to offer the most thrilling and responsible entertainment in a safe and protected environment. 

“Partnering with Gaming Corps fit this strategy and we are thrilled to add its games to our portfolio. Our discerning players are always looking for great and innovative content so we do the same. 

“In Gaming Corps, we’ve found a studio that offers multiple genres of games at a premium level with a strong roadmap for delivering more.”

The deal follows Gaming Corps recent announcement of market entries for both the Netherlands and Greece, with this latest Belgian deal demonstrating its continued focus on growth within its existing markets.