Netherlands-based online slots developer, Stakelogic, has agreed a partnership deal with Multi-product online gaming brand, Betsson Group. The recently inked agreement will see the developer provide the operator’s casino brands with its entire suite of classic and modern video slots.
Under the terms of the deal, popular titles from Stakelogic, such as Space Stallion, Book of Adventure and its first branded title, The Expendables Megaways, will be made available to players at Betsson, Nordic Bet, Betsafe, Casino Euro and various others in the Betsson Group portfolio.
Chief Executive Officer for Stakelogic, Stephan van den Oetelaar, said in an official press release…
“This is an exciting opportunity for Stakelogic to partner with Betsson Group, allowing more players in more markets to play our hugely entertaining games. This deal will go from strength to strength and is a win-win for both parties.”
Meanwhile, Product Director for Gaming at Betsson Group, Ciara Nic Liam, added…
“In our commitment of offering the best customer experience in the industry, we have teamed up with Stakelogic to add their creative titles to our game portfolio. Stakelogic are known for the top-quality games that they offer, and we are therefore looking forward to a very successful partnership.”
Founded in 2014, the Eindhoven-headquartered company recently had its games certified in Italy. The firm also holds permits in Malta, where it also has an office, Sweden, Romania and the UK, with plans to obtain additional licenses in Portugal, Denmark and Spain.
The Dutch developer continues to create games that are outside the box, with innovative features such as Quattro, Super Stake and a smart progressive jackpot system. The latter of which has seen over €1 million paid out to players since its 2019 launch.
Commenting on the expansion of its geographical reach, CEO Van Den Oetellar said…
“Entering the Italian market is another big step for Stakelogic as we look to establish ourselves as the leading game developer in regulated markets.”
“Our games have international appeal and will undoubtedly be a big hit with operators targeting Italy and players in the country.”