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Gaming Corps has announced its latest market entry, receiving a provisional licence from the UK Gambling Commission.

Upon gaining its UK licence, the Swedish igaming supplier will be able to offer its range of slot, crash, mine and table game content to active operators in the nation. 

Juha Kauppinen, CEO of Gaming Corps, commented: “This is a hugely momentous advancement for Gaming Corps, and we are extremely excited to enter one of the largest regulated online gaming markets in the world. 

“We want to make the most of this fantastic opportunity and I very much look forward to offering our first-class gaming experiences to players in the UK.”

Operators in the UK now can gain access to Gaming Corps’ extensive catalogue of online casino titles such as Wild Woof, Raging Zeus Mines, Lobster Hotpot and Piggy Smash. 

The supplier’s exclusive series of games will also become available to players in the UK, including instant games series Jet Lucky and Coin Miner.

Kauppinen continued: “We have grown exponentially as a business in a short space of time as a result of our endeavour to provide thrilling, exhilarating content, and as we have shown with our launches in a range of markets in the last year, we are continuing to bring our games suite to more and more players. 

“We plan to continue growing in the coming years as we consistently update our games portfolio and make our offering even stronger.

“This is just the first step for us in the UK, and I can’t wait to make further announcements about our plans and partnerships in this market in due course.”

The deal follows several recent market entries made by Gaming Corps, having received licences in Sweden, Greece and Malta. 

The firm has also been certified for Gibraltar, Netherlands, Greece, Estonia, Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria and Latvia.