Gaming Corps, the up-and-coming Swedish games developer, is rolling out its premium games to more players in Latvia by adding operator LV Bet to its list of partners.
LV Bet is a well-established iGaming brand, offering a fresh perspective on the industry with a customer-oriented approach to business.
LV Bet will host Gaming Corps’ full suite of Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games, as well as Plinko. This includes a range of successful titles, such as Coin Miner 2, Raging Zeus and the recently launched Luke E. Chance and the Book of Luck.
This follows Gaming Corps’ recent launch in Latvia, after being granted approval by the Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia. The launch came after Gaming Corps recently received licence approvals in several territories, including Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Greece, Estonia, Spain and Gaming Corps’ native Sweden.
Danielle Calafato, Gaming Corps’ Chief Commercial Officer, said: “LV Bet is one of the most established operators in the Latvian market, and we are very proud to partner with them.
“This is a very significant step forward as part of our plans to bring our games to more and more players in Latvia. I look forward to working with LV Bet and offering our first-class casino and video games content to LV Bet’s players.”
Marcin Sobieraj, Head of Casino at LV Bet, said: “Gaming Corps offers exciting, diverse content which I am sure will be very popular with our players. This will allow us to further strengthen LV Bet’s online casino offering, and we look forward to what should be a very successful partnership.”