Gaming Corps Launches Content with LV Bet for Latvian Market

July 13, 2023 | Sarah Blackburn

LV Bet, a company that provides both casino and sports betting products, has teamed up with Gaming Corps to strengthen its library of available games. The Swedish supplier will bring its premium games to the operator and allow players to experience some of the most worthwhile and exciting games there are.

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Among the titles that LV Bet will have access to are such titles as PlinkoSlotCrashMine, and Table, titles all of which will be integrated with the operator. Individual titles include Coin Miner 2, Luke E. Chance and the Book of Luck and Raging Zeus.

Gaming Corps CCO Danielle Calafato welcomed this opportunity and said that he was excited to see his company gain a further foothold in the Latvian market with one of the most prominent operators in the country:

This is a very significant step forward as part of our plans to bring our games to more and more players in Latvia. I look forward to working with LV Bet and offering our first-class casino and video games content to LV Bet’s players.

Gaming Corps CCO Danielle Calafato

The supplier has been enjoying quite a growth period in recent months. Gaming Corps has been able to secure licenses in GreeceSpainEstoniaGibraltar, and not least, the Netherlands, positioning itself as a company with global ambitions.

Gaming Corps Launches First Operator Partnership in Latvia

Similarly, Gaming Corps was able to strengthen its presence at home by obtaining a license under the reregulation of the Swedish iGaming market. As to LV Bet, the company’s head of casino Marcin Sobieraj was similarly excited to see the supplier bring its diverse and exciting content to the casino’s shopping windows.

“This will allow us to further strengthen LV Bet’s online casino offering, and we look forward to what should be a very successful partnership,” Sobieraj concluded. This is the first time Gaming Corps has launched in Latvia after the company secured a license to operate in the jurisdiction late last month.

Gaming Corps has also been expanding with aggregators and individual operators. The company signed a distribution partnership with QTech Games, a platform focused on the emerging Asian market. In similar news, the supplier also inked a partnership to work with Coolbet.