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Stakelogic has been approved for a supplier licence by the Commission for the Regulation of Gambling and Lotteries in Ukraine (KRAIL), a market which the slots developer says has been “on our radar for some time”.

After seeing its full suite of games go through the rigorous scrutiny of the Malta Gaming Authority, ONJN in Romania as well as the UK Gambling Commission, Ukrainian players will now also be able to experience Stakelogic’s collection of video slots. 

This has seen titles such as Black Gold 2 Megaways and Giant’s Fortune Megaways, the collection of Super Stake games as well as the recently announced live casino offering, featuring blackjack, roulette and various gameshows, all receive a regulatory stamp of approval for the region.

“The Ukrainian market has been on our radar for some time, with leading CIS market experts tipping it to be the territory with greatest potential in the region,” explained Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic.

“We are delighted to announce that the Commission for the Regulation of Gambling and Lotteries in Ukraine has reviewed our business offering and awarded us one of the first B2B licenses in the country. 

“Our past experiences working with the regulators in other, strict territories such as the UK, ensured we were prepared for all eventualities in Ukraine and we’re pleased to announce that we passed all the requirements laid before us. 

“We’re looking forward to working with both the Ukrainian regulator and its licensed operators to bring our hugely popular suite of games, as well as our brand-new live casino product, to the players in Ukraine.”

It has been a busy period of late for Stakelogic, with the group’s expansion into the live casino space coming after it revealed a brand redesign in a bid to reflect the company’s transition from a B2B slot studio to a provider of casino content for operators and players alike.

The company, purchased by Triple Bells in August 2018, has also secured its own pair of acquisitions of late after the additions of Smart&Applied and Hurricane Games coming last month.