Hurricane Games has become the first studio partner to link-up with Stakelogic and aim for heightened exposure via the supplier’s Greenlogic partner programme.

Greenlogic allows up and coming developers to create slots in collaboration with Stakelogic and then distribute them to the firm’s more than 500 operators and eight aggregator partners.

Hurricane Games, a UK-based developer founded in 2018, will come up with game concepts, specifications, gameplay and assets while Stakelogic will take care of more technical aspects.

This includes game logic, certification, localisation, testing and distribution and integration. Slots will launch under the Stakelogic brand but with Hurricane Games acknowledged as a development partner.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, explained: “We are thrilled to welcome Hurricane Games to our Greenlogic Programme and for it to be the first developer to leverage our innovative concept.

“One of the greatest challenges new and exciting developers face is game certification and distribution but with Greenlogic, they are able to leave that up to us and focus on what they do best.

“We look forward to collaborating on our first slot with Hurricane Games and distributing it to our operator and aggregator partners later in the year.”

By joining Greenlogic, Hurricane Games can continue to focus on the creative aspect of game development while leveraging Stakelogic’s technologies, certifications and distribution network.

“We have made incredible progress in a short space of time but to take the next step and truly establish ourselves as a leading studio we needed a platform with much greater exposure,” commented Damion Warren, CEO at Hurricane Games.

“Not only does the Greenlogic Programme provide this, but it also allows us to focus more on what we are good at which is designing highly entertaining slots while Stakelogic handles other aspects such as certification and integration.

“It really is a great programme and one we believe will help take our early success to the next level and beyond.”