Gaming Corps Welcomes New Head of Games, Connor Blinman

Gaming Corps Welcomes New Head of Games, Connor Blinman


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Swedish game developer hires industry expert, Connor Blinman, to head up game production

Gaming Corps, the Swedish game developer, is proud to announce Connor Blinman as the latest addition to its rapidly growing team. Blinman joins with a wealth of experience in the iGaming industry following more than four years at Play’n Go where he managed a strong team of designers and led on over 25 game titles targeting multiple international markets.

Blinman has a strong track record of producing top titles as well as the implementation of processes and game strategy to streamline and enhance game delivery. His focus will be to ensure there’s a clear business strategy behind all game-related decisions and to launch the company’s much anticipated return to slot production.

Blinman said of his new position, “The diverse portfolio of Mine, Multiplier, Slot and Table games at Gaming Corps has to be the most exciting in the industry right now. The pipeline of content is exceptionally busy so the variety boosts creativity and the team’s overall engagement in the product development process. My strategy over the coming year or so is to build the team with the best in the industry, while enhancing the quality of the games coming through. We will scale up production to exceed the expectations of our commercial clients and delight their players. I want to maintain that diversity and continue to drive a sense of difference from other providers.”

Gaming Corps is an established gaming company with a history in video games that is now growing in the iGaming sector. Having recently attracted some of the industry’s leading talent, it is now considered the one-to-watch in terms of up-and-coming studios.

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