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Gaming Corps looking for expanded reach via iGP's iGaming Deck

Gaming Corps partners with iGaming Deck to distribute its MGA-licensed crash, mine, table and slot games to a wider audience.

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Gaming Corps has announced a partnership with iGaming Deck, a cloud-based aggregator platform, to broaden the distribution of its gaming content.

The collaboration aims to leverage iGaming Deck's network to make Gaming Corps' portfolio more accessible to a wider audience.

IGaming Deck is a centralised hub offering a collection of online casino games, with over 10,000 titles from various game developers. Through integration via a single API, operators gain access to various gaming content alongside data analytics and promotional offerings from game providers.

With this partnership, Gaming Corps seeks to introduce its full suite of MGA-licensed content to key markets. The portfolio includes a range of titles such as crash, mine, table and slot games, along with series like Jet Lucky and Coin Miner.

Recent releases like Wild Woof, Ramen Puzzle and Super Hot Stacks are also part of the offering.

Mats Lundin, Gaming Corps Director of Sales, said: “We are delighted to be able to add our thrilling games content to the platform. We have continued to strengthen our games portfolio with memorable, action-packed games and we are excited to present these titles to all of iGaming Deck’s growing list of partners, giving more players the opportunity to enjoy what we have to offer.”

Inesa Glazaite, iGP CCO, added: Having Gaming Corp's full library of games available to our operators via iGaming Deck further improves the depth of offering and the experiences we can deliver to players. iGP's technology and product philosophy means we build with both operator and player in mind.

"We ensure great reporting and functionality for the operator and a seamless experience for the player. Together iGP and Gaming Corps will drive this experience for everyone.”

Gaming Corps previously collaborated with operators such as Fortuna Entertainment in Central and Eastern Europe – bringing its games to these markets.


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