Prominent online casino games software innovator Microgaming has announced the signing of a deal that is to see the full portfolio from Dutch developer Stakelogic integrated onto its own iGaming aggregation platform.
The Isle of Man-based firm used an official Tuesday press release to declare that the arrangement will involve online casino games from Stakelogic including the recently-launched Book of Adventure: Super Stake Edition video slot joining the ‘wealth of uniquely diverse and premium content’ already offered by its platform.
Microgaming proclaimed that the new alliance is to additionally increase the ‘diverse roster of exclusive independent studios and content partners’ providing content to its iGaming aggregation platform, which is utilized by ‘hundreds of online gaming brands in over 20 regulated markets’.
Leon Thomas, Commercial Director for Microgaming, used the press release to proclaim that the ‘high-quality slots’ from Eindhoven-headquartered Stakelogic ‘perform especially well in key European markets’ and will now be added to his firm’s ‘growing and diverse casino portfolio’.
Read a statement from Thomas…
“Throughout 2020, Microgaming has significantly expanded its network of talented content partners to include the likes of Stakelogic, enabling us to diversify our offering so as to provide our customers with even greater choice.”
For his part and Salvatore Marino, Sales Director for Stakelogic, pronounced that the new agreement is destined to ‘significantly expand’ his enterprise’s global reach while moreover allowing it to further solidify its ‘footprint in the industry‘ and cement its standing as one of this year’s ‘fastest-growing casino slot developers’.
Marino’s statement read…
“We are thrilled to announce our premium partnership with Microgaming, which will see our content distributed on its content aggregation platform. The agreement is testament to our quality slot offering and will elevate our reach with Microgaming customers in regulated markets. The future looks bright for Stakelogic and upcoming operators choosing our content.”