Gaming Corps Partners with Betway for African Expansion
Swedish arcade-style casino game specialist, Gaming Corps, has announced a new partnership with Betway Group to expand its presence in Africa. This agreement covers four territories in Africa including Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zambia.
Betway Group, a member of Super Group, is a leading provider of entertainment in sports betting, casino, and esports betting. The brand has established itself through high-profile partnerships such as its sponsorship deal with Premier League football club West Ham United.
New Gaming Experiences for Betway Players
Betway players in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zambia will now have access to Gaming Corps’ full suite of premium games, including Crash, Mine, Table, and Slot titles. The portfolio also features popular titles like Raging Zeus Mines, Wild Woof, Super Hot Stacks, Lobster Hotpot, Jet Lucky 2, and Coin Miner.
Excitement from Both Parties
Danielle Calafato, Gaming Corps’ Chief Commercial Officer, expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “I’m thrilled to partner with Betway Group, one of the most recognizable names in online gaming. It will be a pleasure to offer our renowned portfolio of games to Betway’s players in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zambia.”
Hailee Cook, Product Manager at Betway Group, also shared excitement, saying, “Adding Gaming Corps’ high-quality suite of games will certainly help us grow and improve our online casino offering. I look forward to hosting more Gaming Corps titles at Betway as they continue to produce first-class content.”
With this partnership, Gaming Corps aims to expand its brand in Africa and bring its diverse range of games to players across the region. More updates and plans will be shared in the future.
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