Gaming Corps gains regulatory approval in Gibraltar

Gaming Corps has been handed a licence by the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association, to offer its games via Relax Gaming.

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The entire portfolio of Gaming Corps’ iGaming offering will be launched through Relax Gaming’s presence in the region.

Juha Kauppinen, Gaming Corps CEO, said of the regulator’s licence approval: "I am extremely pleased that we can now offer Gaming Corps' entire portfolio to our customers via Relax Gaming and the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association.

“I am also extremely happy with the customers we already have lined up via this development. The collaboration between Gaming Corps and Relax is fantastic, and this is further proof of the hard work that the teams have generated together.”

Some of the games that will be available to consumers in Gibraltar with Relax Gaming include various types of Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games.

Gaming Corps recently announced an agreement with Hub88, which will distribute the Swedish developer’s content across multiple European and Asian markets.

Danielle Calafato, the developer’s Head of Commercial, touched on this, commenting: “It is a pleasure to partner with Hub88; this deal comes at an exciting time as we continue to work on providing the industry with our content in Asia and beyond.”

The iGaming developer has been expanding rapidly in 2022, inking agreements to expand its footprint worldwide.

In early August, the supplier’s portfolio went live on Planetwin365 casino in Italy. While in June, Glitnor Group agreed to distribute Gaming Corps’ content across its casino brands, Lucky Casino and Gambola.

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