After partnering with Swedish game developer Gaming Corps, aggregator and platform provider Groove Gaming has announced its latest distribution partnership.
Groove Gaming’s global footprint and operator network will be used by Gaming Corps, which will become a “key distributor” of the group’s igaming products.
Following the partnership, Groove Gaming’s COO, Yahale Meltzer, praised Gaming Corps’ multiplayer titles, calling them “a category we strongly recommend the major operators start focusing on.”
Gaming Corps’ CCO, Mats Lundin, said: “We are glad to be able to partner with a key industry-player like Groove Gaming. Yahale and Gil have made Groove Gaming a forward looking company that we are excited to be collaborating with and to bouncing product development ideas off of.
“I am confident that this partnership holds a myriad of possibilities to really establish a significant win-win relationship.”
Over 5000 casino games are available on Groove Gaming’s platform, which is made up of a plethora of aggregated material spanning from slots, online casino, and live casino, to poker and table games, as well as a new category called “Real Casino.”
EveryMatrix, iGP, Digitain, GoBet, ProgressPlay, Hub88, QTech, Alea, Quickfire, Max Entertainment, and BetConstruct are just a few of the companies that have partnered with Gaming Corps.
Meltzer continued: “We are looking forward to distributing Gaming Corps’ upcoming products to the market, as well as being a point of reference for their exciting existing portfolio, which is already a strong collection of games that lead the way in their respective categories.
“We recognise significant potential in their multiplier games, which have special appeal to millennials, and this is a category we strongly recommend the major operators to start focusing on.”