Stakelogic Live offers studio space for Circus’ live casino content


Dutch operator Circus has selected Stakelogic Live to launch a dedicated studio in the Netherlands to bolster its live casino offering. 

As Circus looks to “further establish itself as the go-to destination for live dealer gaming”, Stakelogic will set up the studio to allow players to take virtual seats at Circus-branded tables to experience American Blackjack, European Roulette and game show titles. 

Richard Walker, Head of Live Casino at Stakelogic Live, commented: “We are proud to have been chosen by Circus to provide it with a dedicated live studio as the operator continues to enhance its live dealer proposition in the Netherlands.

“We really have taken the live space by storm, and we have done that by creating experiences that not only meet but exceed player expectations. Circus can now offer these experiences to its players, via its own fully branded studio.”

Using Stakelogic Live’s established studio in Eindhoven, Circus will have a dedicated corner of the broadcasting venue to make use of Stakelogic’s “cutting-edge” technologies, using the latest cameras and microphones. 

Circus will also benefit from Stakelogic’s roster of live casino dealers, trained to “the same standards as those working on the casino floors of prestigious land-based casinos from Las Vegas to Macau”. 

Additionally, Stakelogic will also allow Circus to implement its in-game features into the latter’s live casino products, utilising products such as Super Stake to enhance the player experience. 

Denis Wittebrood, Casino Operations Manager at Circus, added: “Our players love live casino and that’s why we have been looking to add additional content to our portfolio. Stakelogic Live was the obvious choice for this – the provider has made a huge impact on the Dutch market and the quality of its live titles is second to none.

“We are thrilled with our dedicated studio and believe it will really help Circus to stand out as the number one destination for live casino fans in the Netherlands.”