Gaming Corps has just partnered up with Betway Group. This agreement extends to four African countries: Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zambia. Betway Group, a member of Super Group, has been a significant player in online gaming since 2006. They are known for sports betting, casino, and esports betting services. Their visibility has increased through partnerships like sponsoring West Ham United in the Premier League.
Betway’s customers in these African nations will now have access to Gaming Corps’ diverse game portfolio. This includes titles like Raging Zeus Mines, Wild Woof, Super Hot Stacks, and Lobster Hotpot, as well as classics like Jet Lucky 2 and Coin Miner.
Danielle Calafato, Gaming Corps’ Chief Commercial Officer, expressed enthusiasm about this partnership. She sees it as a key move to expand Gaming Corps’ presence in Africa. The aim is to introduce their games to more players across the continent, with more plans on the horizon.
Hailee Cook, Product Manager at Betway Group, also shared her excitement. She believes that adding Gaming Corps’ high-quality games will enhance Betway’s online casino offerings. Betway looks forward to adding more Gaming Corps titles, recognizing their quality and appeal to players.
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