Gaming Corps, a Swedish game development company listed on the stock exchange, is set to make a significant move into one of the world’s largest regulated online gaming markets. The company has secured a license from the Gambling Commission to operate in the United Kingdom.
This marks a milestone for Gaming Corps, as it prepares to introduce its premium portfolio of games to UK players. The company will launch its complete suite of games across various operators, including top-tier partners, with further details on partnerships to be announced in the near future.
Gamers in the UK can anticipate experiencing the full spectrum of Gaming Corps’ offerings, including popular titles like Crash, Mine, Table, and Slot games, as well as the certified Plinko. Notable successes from Gaming Corps’ recent lineup, such as Wild Woof, Raging Zeus Mines, Lobster Hotpot, and Piggy Smash, will all be accessible, alongside beloved game series like Jet Lucky and Coin Miner.
Juha Kauppinen, CEO of Gaming Corps:
This marks an incredibly significant milestone for Gaming Corps, and we’re thrilled to step into one of the world’s largest regulated online gaming arenas. We’re eager to seize this remarkable opportunity and eagerly anticipate delivering our top-tier gaming experiences to players in the UK. Our rapid growth as a business is a testament to our commitment to providing captivating, exhilarating content. As demonstrated by our successful launches in various markets over the past year, we’re dedicated to expanding our game suite to reach an ever-growing audience. Looking ahead, we’re poised to continue our upward trajectory by consistently enhancing our games portfolio and fortifying our offerings. Our entry into the UK market represents just the beginning of our journey, and we’re excited to share more about our plans and partnerships in due time.
This expansion comes on the heels of Gaming Corps’ strategic entries into multiple markets over the past year. The company has obtained licenses in Sweden, Greece, and MGA, along with certifications in Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Estonia, Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria, and Latvia.