Stakelogic has pulled back the curtain on a pair of new developments, after holding the grand opening of its Malta-based live studio as well as launching a fresh corporate website for the division.
These developments are said to form part of a wider effort of transitioning from a B2B slot studio to a provider of casino content for all stakeholders, including players, with the debut of Stakelogic Live “a major driver”.
All Stakelogic Live games have been designed and developed in-house, with its gaming portfolio currently consisting of multiple tables covering offerings such as roulette, blackjack, baccarat & game shows. Trained dealers host each game and interact with players.
Furthermore, the website will provide information about its growing suite of live dealer games which are streamed from its aforementioned studio.
Visitors will also be able to catch up with the latest news about Stakelogic Live as well as browse job opportunities within its growing live dealer team. The new Stakelogic Live website comes shortly after the company revealed a major brand redesign.
Anthony Sammut, head of Stakelogic Live, said: “We are pleased to launch both our live studio and new Stakelogic Live corporate website providing a one stop shop for operators, affiliates, players and other stakeholders to learn more about our incredible suite of live dealer games.
“We see huge potential in the live casino vertical and have developed and are developing a suite of games that deliver a superior player experience. Our new website will allow us to showcase our live casino titles to operators, players and other stakeholders.”
Most recently, Stakelogic strengthened its presence in the Netherlands’ newly debut online gambling ecosystem, after teaming-up with Play North’s new Dutch brand BataviaCasino.nl.
This followed the igaming developer previously rolling-out an agreement with BetCity, which joined Play North, operator of the Rocket Casino and Pikakasino brands, in becoming one of the maiden participants amid the introduction of the country’s modernised gambling policy.