Gaming Corps makes Latvian play with supplier licence

Gaming Corps has broadened its output in Europe after confirming approval from the Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection to offer games to operators in Latvia. 

With this approval from Latvia’s Gambling Authority, Gaming Corps can now form partnerships with Latvian operators and supply them with a range of slots and table games such as Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2 and Raging Zeus.

Juha Kauppinen, Gaming Corps CEO, stated: “We are delighted to offer our first-class casino games to players in Latvia, as we continue to grow our footprint across regulated markets. 

“We have built a reputation for offering a rounded portfolio of games which cater for all our active markets, supporting our customers with the best content for localised player references. 

“We will continue to do this in what is an exciting period of expansion for us, and I look forward to welcoming more partners to the Gaming Corps family.”

In addition to slots and table games, the approval will see players in Latvia gain access to the several different game formats offered by the supplier, including mine, crash and Plinko titles.

Through the move, Latvia has become the latest market to approve Gaming Corps and the provision of its igaming portfolio, following market entries into Malta, Sweden, Portugal, Romania, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Greece and Estonia.