Stakelogic has lauded a “breakthrough deal” in its ongoing quest to enter regulated markets in Europe and further afield after striking an alliance with PokerStars.

This will see the online casino content supplier make its maiden appearance in the Spanish market through a link-up that will provide PokerStars with its entire igaming suite.

The first game to launch in the country is set to be Black Gold Megaways, which gives players the chance to become a tycoon as they dig for oil. The Megaways cascading reels fire into action with 117,649 ways to win with every spin.

This will be followed by Stakelogic’s full suite of slots, including the latest titles to leave the developer’s production line such as Mayan Rush, Wonderland Wilds and Hot 7 Hold and Spin.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, said: “We are delighted to have entered the Spanish market for the first time with one of the biggest casino brands in the region, Pokerstars. 

“This is a breakthrough deal for us as we continue to enter regulated markets in Europe and beyond. Following the success of this launch, we will be further strengthening our position in the Spanish market by going live with our other partners as well.

“We believe our classic slots and video slots will resonate well with Spanish players, delivering a thrilling and entertaining experience with every spin. Our broad range of games also ensures we can meet all player likes and preferences – in short, we offer something for everyone.”

This becomes the second commercial tie-up of the week for PokerStars’ Spanish casino entity, with the Flutter Entertainment brand earlier welcoming a portfolio of content from developer and distributor MGA Games.

The company followed this up by announcing that Neymar is to occupy the role of cultural ambassador at the group, as the Brazil and Paris Saint Germain footballer continues to deepen his collaboration with the online poker site.