Online casino games developer and supplier Stakelogic has ventured into the live casino sector with the recent launch of a suite of titles, including blackjack, roulette, and a variety of gameshows.
Stakelogic Live will stream its content from a newly established state-of-the-art studio in Birkirkara, Malta.
In a statement issued Wednesday morning, the company explains that it has implemented the latest technology for its live studio, including HD cameras and the latest broadcast and streaming technologies, as it looks to deliver a superior player experience in a highly competitive and lucrative segment of the global iGaming industry.
Stakelogic further noted that with the support of its software factories in Belgrade and Kiev it will “push the boundaries of live casino as it will come up with a range of new live dealer features and innovations.”
It should be noted that Stakelogic Live currently features a portfolio of more than seven live casino game types, including the above mentioned blackjack and roulette, along with auto roulette and money wheel gameshow-style titles. The company plans to continue to build out its portfolio of live dealer products with the launch of additional games in the near future.
A Logical Step
The provider’s new studio features 22 live tables, each located against a backdrop of glamour and opulence. Highly trained dealers are tapped to host the games and interact with players for an authentic land-based casino environment, but with the convenience of online play.
Commenting on their latest big announcement, Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar said that it was a logical step forward for them to move into the live casino market segment. He went on that many of their top-tier operator partners have asked them to complement their slots offering with live casino products and that they will now “hit the ground running, as many of our clients have already committed to go with Stakelogic Live.”
Anthony Sammut, Head of Live Casino at Stakelogic Live, said that the company has “built an incredible reputation for designing and developing some of the most popular slot games” and that now they plan to repeat that success in the live casino sector.
Mr. Sammut went on to explain that they have taken their pioneering and progressive approach to slot making to apply it to live casino and craft games of distinction that will allow their clients to provide players with a superior experience across all their titles.
News about Stakelogic’s move into the live casino sector emerge shortly after the company underwent a brand redesign to reflect its transition from a B2B slot studio to a provider of casino content for operators and players alike.
It was also not long ago when the provider announced two important acquisitions that would significantly bolster its in-house development capabilities. The company recently purchased Belgrade-based content maker Smart&Applied as well as rising star studio Hurricane Games.
Source: Stakelogic moves into the live casino market, Stakelogic Newsroom, June 30, 2021