Stakelogic aiming to become ‘must have studio’ after Pennsylvania nod

As the state’s fiscal year came to a close, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board published a record figure for yearly tax revenue - standing at over $2.3bn for 2022/2023.

Stakelogic has stressed that it is “incredibly excited” after securing a supplier licence from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to expand across what is hailed as a “thriving igaming market”.

This will see the group launch its suite of slots within a state that witnessed monthly revenue surpass half a billion dollars for the first time last month.

The overall figure of $515.3m, up 11.35 per cent from $462.7m, saw igaming set a new record in contributing $104.8m, a 32.36 increase from 2022’s $79.2m.

Among the games being made available to online casinos within the Keystone State are Multi6Player, Big Runner Deluxe, and Multi4Player, as well as Money Track, Treasures of Ra, Spartans vs Zombies Multipays and recently launched offering Greedy Fox. 

The igaming supplier is aiming to offer games that mimic those found in retail establishments, which it is hoped will aid the transition to online and mobile. 

“Our slots have topped the charts in markets across Europe and beyond, so we are incredibly excited to see them launch in the state of Pennsylvania,” commented Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic.

“This is one of the most successful igaming states with a growing and maturing market where players are now seeking more feature-rich games.

“Our suite of video slots absolutely provides this, while our classic slots are great for those trying online play for the first time or simply prefer the style and gameplay of traditional slot machine games.

“Stakelogic has become a must-have studio for operators in markets all over the world, and we believe this will be the case in the US, too.”