Swedish game developer Gaming Corps has signed an agreement with global B2B platform and aggregator GrooveGaming as a key distributor of Gaming Corps iGaming products, leveraging GrooveGaming’s global presence and their group of distinguished operators.
GrooveGaming is at the heart of the global iGaming industry, offering a range of solutions for operators who invest their industry DNA in high quality services and maximize revenues. GrooveGaming provides services in many jurisdictions around the world and is a partner of a group of top operators.
GrooveGaming’s roadmap has been to build capacity in technology innovation and optimization, which has been validated by IndustryEra awards as well as many big industry names including EveryMatrix, iGP, Digitain, GoBet, ProgressPlay, Hub88, QTech, Alea, Quickfire, Max Entertainment and BetConstruct other. This prestigious network is a cluster that makes market accessibility attractive for game developers like Gaming Corps from the outset.
The powerful GrooveGaming platform includes thousands of casino games made up of a huge amount of aggregated content, from slot machines, online casinos and live casinos to poker and table games, as well as a new partnership with Gaming Coprs that operators can access through simple integration. GrooveGaming has earned a reputation as one of the world’s leading one-stop shops for casino content. The ambitious GrooveGaming team aims to quickly provide operators with access to new content based on their proprietary plug-and-play format, which is combined with best-in-class technology.
Mats Lundin, Chief Commercial Officer of Gaming Corps, said:
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to partner with such a key industry player as GrooveGaming. I am confident that this partnership opens up many opportunities for establishing serious mutually beneficial relationships. “
Yahale Melzer, Chief Operating Officer of GrooveGaming, said:
“We look forward to bringing Gaming Corps’ upcoming products to market as well as being the benchmark for their exciting existing portfolio, which is a strong collection of games. We recognize the significant potential in their animation games, which are especially attractive to millennials, and this is a category that we strongly recommend for major operators to focus on. “