Further expanding its global presence, Stakelogic has entered the U.S. after being granted a provisional license by the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) to operate in one of the top iGaming markets in the country. The highly-anticipated debut closely follows the online casino software developer’s product launch in the Netherlands and Belgium with renowned operator Bingoal.
With its Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License in hand, the Dutch innovator will be able to partner with leading operators in the Great Lakes State, allowing them to enhance their game lobbies with its suite of classic slots and modern video slots.
“Securing approval to launch in Michigan is a milestone moment for Stakelogic and our ambitions for the US market where we intend to become a leading provider of popular online casino content, read a statement from Stephan van den Oetelaar, Chief Executive Officer for Stakelogic.
The developer has had success with its collection of classic slots as well as its blockbuster video slots, which includes player favorites such as the recently released El Patron, Atlantis Gold, which was a collaboration with Greenlogic partner Touchstone Games, and Candy Wild Bonanza Hold and Spin.
A major part of the draw to these advanced video slots is that they are highly animated and intensely graphic, with impressive audio and stimulating gameplay, which is heightened by exciting bonus features such as Free Spins, Multipliers, Wilds, and Super Stake.
That level of quality, according to Stakelogic’s CEO, has seen their classic slots and video slots “taken global markets by storm,” and are expected to be a “big hit” with players in Michigan and across the U.S. van den Oetelaar also reveals that they are “already in talks” with operators in Michigan and look forward to integrating their slots “in due course.”
According to the company news release, entering the Midwestern U.S. state “forms part of wider efforts” to establish the developer as a leading provider of casino content in North America with plans for additional launches in the state in the coming months.
Stakelogic’s CEO thanked the MGCB for working with them on securing their license, and “we now look forward to seeing players in the state enjoy the engaging and entertaining experience our games deliver with each spin.”
Meanwhile, the in-demand developer has also agreed a deal with Belgian family-owned sports betting website and online casino, Bingola, which will see its suite of games added in the Netherlands and in Belgium.
Under the agreement, Stakelogic’s player-favorite classic slot titles like Twin4Timer and Hold4Timer, both of which combine traditional slot machine-style gameplay with exciting bonus features and are specifically designed for Dutch markets, along with its modern video slots that have proven to be equally as popular across the globe.
Reiterating some of those points, Dany Salmon, Casino Product Manager for Bingoal, pointed out that…
“The Netherlands is a “fiercely competitive market and to stand out from the crowd and deliver the experiences that players are seeking requires a broad portfolio of slot games.”
Salmon goes on to say that the fact that Stakelogic developed a suite of classic slots and video slots specifically for Dutch players meant that they “had to integrate its games without delay.” He says they regard the partnership as a “significant” one for them, which is the reason why they also chose to add Stakelogic’s suite of dice games for their Belgian players.
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