Gaming Corps, an emerging games developer, has achieved a significant milestone by obtaining an official licence from the Swedish Gaming Authority to operate gaming software in its home country.
The licence, which will be valid for five years, allows Gaming Corps to offer its services in Sweden and ensures compliance with the requirement for all gaming software suppliers to hold a licence by July 1st.
Gaming Corps, originally known for its expertise in video games, has been expanding its presence in the iGaming sector. The company boasts a diverse portfolio of premium games, including Crash, Mine, Table, and Slot games, as well as the certified Plinko. Notable titles within their collection include Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2, Raging Zeus Mines & Aztec Bonus Pot.
With the addition of Sweden, Gaming Corps adds another country to its growing list of approved territories. The company has already obtained licences in Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Greece, Estonia, and Spain, further solidifying its position in the global gaming market.
Juha Kauppinen, CEO of Gaming Corps, expressed his satisfaction with this achievement, stating, "It is gratifying for us that more and more markets are moving towards regulation, and we are pleased to become an official licensee in Sweden as we continue to grow the number of markets where players can enjoy our premium game content. The new licence regulations in Sweden are a very positive step to help protect players and promote safer gambling, and we are very happy to offer our games to players in line with these new regulations as a licensed games developer."
Gaming Corps' successful acquisition of the Swedish licence reflects its commitment to operating within regulated markets and providing a safe and enjoyable gaming experience for players. With the company's expanding portfolio of high-quality games and its increasing presence in multiple jurisdictions, Gaming Corps is poised for continued growth and success in the gaming industry.