Gaming Corps has gained access to a global audience of over 18 million players after partnering with Lottoland.
Through the deal, Lottoland’s cross-continental player base can now play Gaming Corps’ full range of online casino content, including crash, table, mine and slot games, as well as Plinko titles.
Danielle Calafato, Gaming Corps’ Chief Commercial Officer, stated: “Lottoland is a company that puts people first and continually strives to enable customers to hit the jackpot. This is something we can help them achieve by providing Lottoland Casino’s players with our growing list of high-quality, thrilling games content.
“Lottoland has grown significantly since launching in 2013 and we are excited to be a part of Lottoland Casino’s journey. We are providing our games to an expanding list of partners and this is set to continue as our portfolio goes from strength to strength.”
Gaming Corps’ recent releases are set to be included in the deal, with Lottoland hosting games such as Ramen Puzzle, Super Hot Stacks, Raging Zeus Mines and Wild Woof. Additionally, the online operator will platform established titles like Jet Lucky and Coin Miner.
Nigel Birrell, Group CEO at Lottoland said: “We are pleased to announce this partnership with Gaming Corps, which will make the playing experience at Lottoland Casino even better for our millions of players.
“With many successful titles to choose from, I am sure our players will enjoy making the most of what Gaming Corps has to offer. The new and exciting content will also drive Lottoland Casino forward and will in turn attract new players to our site.”
The move adds to a busy autumn period of expansion for Gaming Corps, having recently partnered with Gametech Solutions to platform its games on the latter’s aggregation service.