LeoVegas has become Stakelogic Live’s latest tier-one partner, in an agreement encompassing several product enhancements and covering multiple markets.

The international gaming group will integrate Stakelogic’s network tables and gameshow titles into its live dealer portfolio in Sweden and all Malta Gaming Authority-licensed jurisdictions. 

This will include modern and classic Live Dealer blackjack and roulette tables, which are set to backdrops based on famous casinos in the likes of Las Vegas and Macau. 

The tables are streamed from Stakelogic’s studio in Birkirkara, Malta, which uses a range of cameras, microphones, and broadcast technologies, and are hosted by ‘highly trained’ dealers’. 

Rokas Benetis, Director of Live Casino at LeoVegas, said: “We are committed to providing our players with a comprehensive live casino portfolio comprised of the best games from the best providers, and this partnership with Stakelogic Live is a testament to this commitment.“

In addition to its table games, LeoVegas will also offer its gameshow titles such as Super Stake Roulette 5,000X, which utilises its Super Stake feature, doubling bets to increase the chances of triggering a bonus and win combinations.

The partnership was facilitated by Relax Gaming, Stakelogic’s aggregator partner, and comes towards the end of an active month for the igaming content provider. 

October has seen Stakelogic sign three major deals including LeoVegas, with the two previous partnerships being with Dutch firm BetNation and Italian operator BetFlag.

Olga Bajela, COO at Stakelogic Live, remarked: “It is great to have added LeoVegas to our growing roster of tier-one operator partners and for its players in Sweden and all MGA markets to be able to enjoy the unrivalled experience that each title provides.

“Stakelogic Live is now a must-have provider for operators looking to deliver the best live dealer content to their players and we look forward to seeing those at LeoVegas sit down at our network tables and experience first-hand what they have to offer.”