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Gaming Corps brings games to more players via SoftGamings’ network

Gaming Corps’ full games suite to be made available to SoftGamings’ clients.

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Gaming Corps, the up-and-coming Swedish games developer, will expand its reach through a distribution agreement with casino integration platform SoftGamings.SoftGamings provides the ultimate casino experience to more than 250 satisfied clients, offering licensed solutions and more than 10,000 games, while also developing turnkey and white-label casino solutions.The list of games available will now include Gaming Corps’ diverse portfolio, consisting of: Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games, as well as a certified Plinko. The games suite includes successful titles such as: Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2, 777 Jackpot Diamond Hold and Win and Raging Zeus.Mats Lundin, Gaming Corps’ Director of Sales, said: “This partnership provides the opportunity to expand our reach and offer our premium online casino games to many more players, and SoftGamings will be the ideal partner to help us do that. We look forward to the opportunities our collaboration will provide and I look forward to what we expect to be a very successful partnership.”Anna Lalina, Head of Partnerships at SoftGamings said: “It is a pleasure to welcome Gaming Corps to our list of partners. We are pleased to have the opportunity to offer Gaming Corps’ exciting and diversified gaming content to our customers, while also giving them extended reach and greater distribution, making this an ideal cooperation.”

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