Gaming Corps adds Latvia to growing list of regulated markets

Gaming Corps adds Latvia to growing list of regulated markets

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This follows successful licence applications in territories including the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden

Gaming Corps has been granted approval from the Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia to offer its premium casino games to players in the country.

Gaming Corps is an up-and-coming Swedish games developer with a background in video games that is now experiencing growth in the iGaming sector.

Players in Latvia will now be able to enjoy Gaming Corps’ diverse portfolio consisting of Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games, as well as a Plinko. This includes a range of successful titles, such as Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2 & Raging Zeus.

This is the latest in a series of market launches for Gaming Corps, which is also certified to offer its games to players in Malta, Sweden, Portugal, Romania, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Greece, Estonia and Latvia.

Juha Kauppinen, Gaming Corps CEO, said: “We are delighted to offer our first-class casino games to players in Latvia, as we continue to grow our footprint across regulated markets.

“We have built a reputation for offering a rounded portfolio of games which cater for all our active markets, supporting our customers with the best content for localised player references. We will continue to do this in what is an exciting period of expansion for us, and I look forward to welcoming more partners to the Gaming Corps family.”

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