Swedish Gaming Supplier Gaming Corps Expands into the NetherlandsPublished December 9, 2022 by Lee R
A new proprietary license positions Gaming Corps to supply boutique operators in the Netherlands.
Expanding Swedish developer Gaming Corps is expanding its industry footprint into the high-upside Dutch market.
With a diverse portfolio of Plinko, Mine, Crash, Table, and Slot content, Gaming Corps has a chance for major expansion through its entry into the Netherlands.
Based in Sweden and Malta, Gaming Corps’ new proprietary certification in the growing Dutch market kicks off an aggressive growth strategy of launching to several new markets over the next twelve months.
Titles and Priority
Gaming Corps will go live in NL with a commitment to integrity and player protection. Popular titles that Gaming will introduce to Dutch players through a selection of locally licenced operators include Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Stormy Witch, Coin Miner, Jet Lucky 2, Skyliner, and Cat Ching.
Gaming Corps Spokesperson Speaks
Gaming Corps CEO Juha Kauppinen, CEO expanded on his organisation’s strategy:
New markets expand the reach of our popular titles and add new audiences. We see these strategic entries as important to the future of the company while we strive to make the most of our existing titles and those in development.
More Deals in the Pipeline
Early testing has proven positive with new Dutch operating clients, and Kaupinnen looked forward to announcing new deals “soon.”
Gaming Corps’ Expansion
Having forged a reputation for high-quality video games experiencing industry growth which has already attracted leading operators, Gaming Corps is looking to expand its footprint through bold deals in the Netherlands and other markets Gaming Corps will announce it is expanding into.
Gaming Corps’ Content
NL and other operators will be working with a company that has developed a wealth of next-generation Casino Games across four broad categories of Casino Slots, Table Games, Mine Games, and Multiplier Games.
Gaming Corps is committed to creating “modern, exciting content and a first-class bespoke offer with a range of customisation options.”
Gaming Corps further indicates the priority of a strong relationship with its operating partners to “stay on top of what is new in the industry to develop the games that players will want today and tomorrow.”
Gaming Corps’ Leadership Role
These measures support the industry leadership goals of Gaming Corps to shape the direction of the iGaming industry by driving innovation.
Recently opening in September 2021 after much delays and anticipation, the Dutch market is certainly a jewel in the Gaming Corp cap as an emerging major western European market.
The entry of Gaming Corps looks to help the Netherland regulation model gel while accelerating Gaming Corps' expansion.