Stakelogic has continued to make strides on the online casino content developer’s global expansion strategy, after announcing that its igaming suite is to hit new audiences after being granted a Greek gaming licence.
The regulatory approval from the Hellenic Gaming Commission will see Stakelogic supply its gaming suite to Greek players via any licensed casino in the country, enabling the firm to share their range of games, including its Super Stake titles, in the region.
Through these titles, players gain the chance to raise their starting stake in exchange for perks such as extra scatters and bonus features.
With the Hellenic Gaming Commission opening up the application process for new online gaming licenses in October of last year, Stakelogic has moved to add a Greek gaming licence to go alongside the others the firm already holds in Malta, Romania, the UK and Ukraine.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic, explained: “Having thoroughly reviewed our business offering, we’re delighted the Hellenic Gaming Commission has awarded us a Greek gaming license and we’re very much looking forward to sharing our product with players in the country for the first time.
“The decision to move into Greece is reflective of Stakelogic’s wider strategy to expand its global reach, and offer its premier collection of slots and live casino games in new markets the world over.
“Now licensed in five major gaming jurisdictions, we’ve proved once more that Stakelogic is a brand players can trust to deliver a high quality gaming experience that’s 100 per cent regulated, licensed and secure.”
This licensing nod comes amid a slew of recent agreements rolled-out by Stakelogic in recent weeks, with Danske Spil, StarCasinò, BetVictor, and Parimatch, all becoming aligned with the supplier.
Furthermore, the group last week travelled back in time to Ancient Egypt to unveil SlotBeats’ Slot of the Week award with its latest title, Pyramid Strike.