Swedish developer Gaming Corps has partnered with iGaming platform and solution provider Gaming Innovation Group (GiG). The latest deal will enable the gaming studio to integrate its range of content into the GiG platform.
Content such as Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Stormy Witch, Coin Miner, Skyliner, and Cat Ching, alongside a popular bespoke offering across five game categories, will become accessible to the GiG network.
Martin Collins, Director of Sales and Business Development at GiG, noted: “We’re always looking to make quality additions to our platform, ensuring we remain a provider of choice for the industry, and we’re delighted to be able to count Gaming Corps amongst that select group of partners.”
For her part, Danielle Calafato, Head of Commercial at Gaming Corps, commented: “Throughout 2022 we have seen a rapid expansion at Gaming Corps, and securing a partner as prestigious as GiG means we will be able to offer more games in more markets, thus expanding our reach further.”
“GiG has an impressive roster of brands to which they lend their expertise and platform services, and this partnership will allow us to reach new audiences,” the executive added.
GiG calls Gaming Corps “an established gaming company” with a background in video games that is now experiencing growth in the iGaming sector. Its portfolio consists of premium Plinko, crash, mine, table and slot games.
This latest agreement follows GiG’s closure of its €45 million ($47.8 million) purchase of AskGamblers from Catena Media Plc last month. For its part, Gaming Corps detailed entry into the “high priority” Greek market in December, which was followed by an agreement with Sportingtec.