Sweden-based game development company Gaming Corps has agreed a partnership with technology provider Gamanza Group.

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This is the first partnership Gaming Corps has agreed in Switzerland, and marks significant progress in the territory in a short space of time, with Gamanza providing a turn-key platform solution to multiple licensed operators in the Swiss online gaming market.

Gamanza’s player account management platform, Core, will now house Gaming Corps’ full suite of games, made up of Crash, Mine, Table, Slot and Plinko titles. Gamanza’s operator partners will be able to offer some of Gaming Corps’ recent smash hits such as Rampage and Piggy Smash from the Smash4Cash series, Wild Woof, Raging Zeus Mines and Lobster Hotpot, as well as some of Gaming Corps’ revered games series including Jet Lucky and Coin Miner.

Mats Lundin, Gaming Corps’ director of sales, said: “Gamanza is a well-known, popular and respected provider in the Swiss online gaming market, so we are extremely privileged to be able to offer our games via Gamanza’s Core platform.

“We are very excited to provide our first-class games to Gamanza’s partners, and we are pleased to secure such widespread distribution of our titles to players across Switzerland in the early stages of our journey in the country.”