by Mateusz Mazur

Gaming Corps granted approval to offer premium casino games in Latvia

Gaming Corps, a promising Swedish games developer with a background in casino games, has received approval from the Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Inspection of the Republic of Latvia to provide its premium casino games to players in the country.

Gaining momentum

With its expansion into the iGaming sector, Gaming Corps is gaining momentum and establishing its presence in various markets. Players in Latvia can now indulge in Gaming Corps’ diverse portfolio, which includes Crash, Mine, Table, and Slot games, as well as the popular Plinko. The company offers a range of successful titles, including Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2 & Raging Zeus, providing engaging experiences for players.

The approval from Latvia marks another significant market launch for Gaming Corps, which has already obtained certifications to offer its games in Malta, Sweden, Portugal, Romania, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Greece, Estonia, and now Latvia.

Growing iGaming landscape

Juha Kauppinen, the CEO of Gaming Corps, expressed his delight in bringing their top-tier casino games to players in Latvia, emphasizing their ongoing efforts to expand their reach in 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.”

With the approval in Latvia, Gaming Corps is poised to captivate Latvian players with their high-quality casino games and contribute to the growing iGaming landscape in the country.

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