Swedish supplier Gaming Corps has found an agreement with GOAT Interactive, supplying the operator with its igaming content to signal its African debut.
Through this collaboration, GOAT Interactive’s leading B2C brand, Premier Bet, will offer its player bases across 23 African markets Gaming Corps’ range of titles, with a focus on crash and mine games.
Karen Hope, Director of Casino at GOAT Interactive, explained: “Gaming Corps has an exciting and modern portfolio that we feel will resonate exceptionally well with our key audiences. We see this studio as an exciting long-term strategic partner as we build loyalty on a hyper-local level across our product offering, numerous markets and audiences.”
Included in Gaming Corps’ offering, the supplier will provide players in Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal and other jurisdictions with an assortment of releases, including recent crash games Penalty Champion and Jet Lucky 2.
Danielle Calafato, Head of Commercial at Gaming Corps, said: “This segment of our portfolio has been developed with growth markets in mind as we always look to ensure we have content that matches our customers’ requirements.
“We’re sure that we’ll see great results together. We also very much look forward to customising our content in order to give Premier Bet’s players the localised experience that is so unique to our offering.”
While this move has seen Gaming Corps turn its focus to new territory, it has come shortly after the supplier decided to further its presence in Europe by agreeing to provide its games to Belgian operator Napoleon.