Online slots developer Stakelogic B.V. has announced not one but two major developments this week after recently celebrating the grand opening of its Malta-based live studio and launching a new corporate website for the division.

The developments, according to Stakelogic, are part of the company’s effort to transition from a business-to-business (B2B) slot studio to a casino content provider for operators, affiliates, players and other stakeholders, with the Stakelogic Live debut a “major driver.”

Website resource: will provide information regarding its suite of live dealer games all streamed via its state-of-the-art studio in Birkirkara, Malta. Included is a complete list of titles in its live casino suite as well as detailed game sheets outlining features for each. At the same time, visitors to the website will be able to access current news related to the new vertical and also check out any job opportunities within Stakelogic‘s growing live dealer team.

In a company news release, Anthony Sammut, Head of Stakelogic Live, said they are “pleased” to launch their Live Studio and new Stakelogic Live corporate website providing “a one stop shop” for stakeholders and players to learn more about their “incredible” live dealer games suite.

“We see huge potential in the live casino vertical and have developed and are developing a suite of games that deliver a superior player experience. Our new website will allow us to showcase our live casino titles to operators, players and other stakeholders.”

New vertical:

Designed and developed in-house, the provider’s live casino games suite consists of blackjack, with Bet Behind option, 21+3 and Perfect Pair side bet; European Roulette, with Straight Up, Split, Street, Six Line and Corner bet options; Auto Roulette with aditional modes such as Stakelogic’s Quattro and Classic game modes; and Classic Baccarat with special bets such as Pairs, Perfect Pairs and the Dragon Bonus Side Bets.

All of the games are streamed using hi-def cameras, powerful mics and the newest broadcast technology to deliver an unrivaled player expereince. Each of the 22 tables is set against an opulent backdrop while games are hosted by highly trained dealers who interact with players, creating an expereince similar to that of a land-based casino.

The classic slot and video slot developers made the move to the live casino market in June this year, expanding its range of products with the launch of a suite of titles including roulette, blackjack and an array of gameshows.

News of the double launch follows the release of Apes of Doom, the developer‘s latest collaborative effort with British studio Hurricane Games, which Stakelogic took over in June after acquiring Serbia-based slot developer Smart&Applied.