Gaming Corps Continues Expansion With Launch in Estonia

Gaming Corps Continues Expansion With Launch in Estonia

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Gaming Corps’ Full iGaming Portfolio Will be Available in Latest Regulated Market Launch

Gaming Corps, the up-and-coming Swedish game developer, is delighted to be able to offer its games to players in the Estonian market. 

Players will be able to enjoy Gaming Corps’ diverse portfolio of games across all genres. This follows recent game releases including a certified Plinko, Aztec Bonus Pot, Raging Zeus, Penalty Champion and will include top performing games, Jet Lucky 2 and Coin Miner. 

This is an exciting period of expansion for Gaming Corps, after recently being granted licences to operate in Gibraltar, the Netherlands and Greece. Customers in Estonia can now gain a studio partner that puts the customer’s needs front and centre, offering a service that is both fast and agile.

Juha Kauppinen, Gaming Corps CEO, said: “I am proud to be able to present our diverse suite of games to the Estonian market. This is the next important step in our journey, as we continue to produce games that push boundaries within each genre.

“We remain committed to our goal of offering a rounded portfolio of games which cater for all our active markets, supporting our customers with the best content for localised player preferences. We look forward to providing that service in Estonia as we continue to grow.”

Gaming Corps is an established gaming company with a background in video games that is now experiencing growth in the iGaming sector. Having recently attracted some of the industry’s leading talent, its diverse portfolio consists of premium Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games along with its certified Plinko.

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