Gaming Corps approved to launch in the Netherlands

| By Robert Fletcher
Swedish online gambling content developer Gaming Corps has secured approval from Dutch regulator de Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) to launch its range of games in the country’s market.

Gaming Corps will be permitted to roll out its table and slot content in the Netherlands, as well as its collection of plinko, mine and crash games.

Content that will be made available to licensed operators in the country will include Penalty Champion, Tikiz N Juice, Stormy Witch, Coin Miner, Jet Lucky 2, Skyliner and Cat Ching.

Gaming Corps expansion

Gaming Corps had targeted the Netherlands as one of its core expansion markets as part of its ongoing growth plan. The developer also has a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.

“New markets expand the reach of our popular titles and add new audiences,” Gaming Corps chief executive Juha Kauppinen said. “We see these strategic entries as important to the future of the company while we strive to make the most of our existing titles and those in development. 

“We’re pleased that our content has already received a warm reception among the new set of operators we’re now able to open communications with and look forward to announcing those deals soon.”

Netherlands online gambling

A total of 24 operators are licensed in the Dutch, the latest of which being TonyBet, which secured approval from KSA last month. TonyBet is now able to offer online casino games, sports betting and horse racing wagering to players across the Netherlands.

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