Stakelogic ventures into live casino space

Stakelogic has marked its expansion into the live casino space with the launch of its new suite of titles, including blackjack, roulette, autoroulette as well as a range of live game shows.

With the launch of Stakelogic Live, bettors will now gain access to more than seven game types – all of which will be streamed out of a new studio based in Birkirkara, Malta.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO Stakelogic, commented: “For Stakelogic it is a logical step forward to move into the live casino market segment. Many of our tier-1 clients repeatedly asked us to complement our service offering with live casino products. 

“Therefore, Stakelogic will hit the ground running, as many of our clients have already committed to go with Stakelogic Live. We are very happy with the new team of Stakelogic Live and the energy this new business venture brings to our company.”

With a total of 22 live tables, Stakelogic explained that it has hired a number of trained dealers who will host and interact with players “to create an authentic, real-world casino environment but with the convenience of online play”.

The provider has also built a team of specialists to run its Stakelogic Live division, with all games designed and developed in-house.

“Stakelogic has built an incredible reputation for designing and developing some of the most popular slot games in recent years and now we plan to do the same in the live casino sector,” added Anthony Sammut, Head of Live Casino at Stakelogic Live.

“We have taken our pioneering and progressive approach to slot development and applied it to live casino to create games of distinction that will allow our operator partners to offer their players a superior experience across all of our live titles.”

“Of course, this has only been possible due to the incredible team that we have built to operate Stakelogic Live. They have already done a great job with the games we have for launch and I for one can’t wait to see the next live dealer titles that will roll off the production line.”