Gaming Corps lauds ‘widespread’ impact of Swiss Gamanza Group move


Gaming Corps has broadened its impact in the European igaming sector after securing its Swiss debut via platform provider Gamanza Group

Tapping into Switzerland’s gaming market for the first time, Gaming Corps has offered Stadtcasino Baden AG’s Gamanza Group its complete catalogue of online casino content, including crash, mine, table, slot and plinko games. 

Mats Lundin, Gaming Corps’ Director of Sales, said: “Gamanza is a well-known, popular and respected provider in the Swiss online gaming market, so we are extremely privileged to be able to offer our games via Gamanza’s Core platform.

“We are very excited to provide our first-class games to Gamanza’s partners, and we are pleased to secure such widespread distribution of our titles to players across Switzerland in the early stages of our journey in the country.” 

The deal will see Gamanza Group’s Switzerland-based players able to spin the reels on Gaming Corps slot releases such as Wild Woof and Lobster Hotpot, while also gaining access to instant games such as Rampage and Piggy Smash from the Smash4Cash series. 

Robert Civill, Chief Commercial Officer at Gamanza, added: “We will always champion innovation and variety at Gamanza, and Gaming Corps provides a quality mix of crash games and other fast game concepts, alongside an array of thrilling slots. 

“Gamanza is delighted to work with Gaming Corps and I’m sure they will prove to be incredibly popular with our partners, so very much a welcome addition to our ever-evolving portfolio.”

Gaming Corps recently extended its reach across Central and Eastern Europe after securing a similar slot integration deal with operator group Fortuna Entertainment