Gaming Corps signs Africa-based agreement with Goat Interactive

Swedish developer Gaming Corps has announced an agreement with Goat Interactive. With this, all 23 of the operator's domestic African areas will have access to Gaming Corps' content via Premier Bet, a B2C brand.

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The agreement comes after the recent announcements made by Gaming Corps about its expansion into the Belgian market, as well as its market entry into the Netherlands and Greece.

The main objective of Premier Bet is to make sure that its selection is suited to the preferences of  customers in nations like Angola, Cameroon, Ghana, Liberia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Zambia.

Karen Hope, Director of Casino at Goat Interactive, said: “Gaming Corps has an exciting and modern portfolio that we feel will resonate exceptionally well with our key audiences. We see this studio as an exciting long-term strategic partner as we build loyalty on a hyper-local level across our product offering, numerous markets and audiences.”

Danielle Calafato, Head of Commercial at Gaming Corps, said: “This segment of our portfolio has been developed with growth markets in mind as we always look to ensure we have content that matches our customers’ requirements. We also very much look forward to customising our content to give Premier Bet’s players the localised experience that is so unique to our offering.”

To expand its distribution network, Gaming Corps partnered with the iGaming platform and solution provider Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) in January 2023.

On that deal, Calafato added: "Throughout 2022 we have seen a rapid expansion at Gaming Corps and securing a partner as prestigious as GiG means we will be able to offer more games in more markets, thus expanding our reach further."

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