Gaming Corps Expands Distribution Network with Casino Operator Vera & John
Gaming Corps, a Swedish developer experiencing growth in the iGaming sector, has partnered with Vera & John, a well-known casino operator, to expand its distribution network. Vera & John’s reputation for providing a responsible space within which players can enjoy their gaming entertainment of choice has cemented its position as a leading destination for casino content.
Gaming Corps’ diverse portfolio of premium Crash, Mine, Table, and Slot games, along with their latest addition, Plinko, is driving their increasing success. Vera & John will initially feature Gaming Corps’ latest game genre, Plinko, and the game of the same name. Additionally, Vera & John will exclusively host a custom Mine game made in partnership with the studio, and then expand to include additional verticals.
With a background in video games, Gaming Corps has recently attracted some of the iGaming industry’s leading talent. This partnership with Vera & John is a testament to their commitment to a diverse portfolio and their growing presence in the industry.
Vera & John’s spokesperson commented, “We’re thrilled to expand our exciting arcade vertical with Gaming Corps, as specialists in the space. The launch of Plinko offers more control and variety to our players and their preferences in the game. Moving further into 2023, we’re looking forward to further collaboration on strategic initiatives to further grow a unique gaming offer. We’re sure our players will love it!”
Danielle Calafato, Chief Commercial Officer at Gaming Corps said, “Vera & John not only leads but has essentially created the entirety of its active market with others joining to build online operations in the region. It has demonstrated the right way to appeal to its customer-base by providing local content that resonates with player tastes. We’re thrilled to be working on a custom game that is on point for how we look after our customers. Gaming Corps is excited to be a part of its offering, with initial results already looking positive.”