Hot on the heels of launching with Dutch operator Kansino, Stakelogic Live has made its entire offering of live dealer titles available to Relax Gaming operator partners, in an agreement that significantly increases the distribution of its games.
The deal that builds on the relationship between Stakelogic and the B2B multi-product provider, which began back in December 2018, will see hundreds of the supplier’s operators in core markets across the globe able to access every Stakelogic Live game, which encompasses Baccarat, gameshows, Blackjack, Roulette, Auto-Roulette and Auto-Roulette Classic.
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“We are tremendously proud of the cutting-edge live casino content that we develop here at Stakelogic Live, so it is crucial that this content is made available to as many operators as possible,” read part of a statement provided by Stephan van den Oetelaar, Chief Executive Officer for Stakelogic.
The CEO went on to say that the partnership with Relax Gaming builds on the relationship between it and the content aggregator, and is, therefore, “key” to its “continued efforts” to establish itself as “the number one provider of live content in global markets.”
He concluded his remarks by saying they look forward to seeing Relax Gaming powered operators add their live dealer titles to their online casino lobbies, and for their players to experience the “thrilling and authentic experiences they provide for the first time.”
Since making the transition into the live casino market in June 2021, the live casino arm of tier-one casino content creator Stakelogic has made quick work of becoming one of the industry’s leading providers of live dealer content.
Soon after making the move, the company celebrated the grand opening of its Malta-based live studio and launched a new corporate website for the vertical in October 2021.
The new division’s home, Stakelogiclive.com, has a growing collection of content that includes more than seven live casino game types including blackjack, roulette, auto roulette and money wheel gameshows, more specifically: American 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 additional 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 Stakelogic Live games are developed in-house and streamed via its state-of-the-art, modern studios in Birkirkara, Malta, and Eindhoven, The Netherlands, using hi-def cameras, powerful mics, and the newest broadcast technology to deliver an unrivaled player experience. Each of the studio’s tables is set against an opulent backdrop while games are hosted by highly trained dealers who interact with players, creating an atmosphere similar to that of a gaming floor at a land-based casino.
Also commenting on the new agreement, Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer at Relax Gaming, postulated that live casino is only going to continue to increase in popularity “so it is important for us to offer our operator partners the widest range of quality content in the market.”
The deal with Stakelogic Live said the CPO, “is testament to this, adding proven live dealer games to our already substantial offering.”
As mentioned, the collaboration follows a deal with Dutch online casino operator Kansino, making a selection of its network tables, including those for American Blackjack, European Roulette, Auto Roulette and Auto Roulette Classic, available to players in the Netherlands at Kansino.nl.
Furthermore, the operator also plans to launch a series of Kansino branded tables, that will be operated by Stakelogic Live and broadcast by Relax Gaming from a dedicated live dealer studio in the Netherlands. The launch will reportedly include a total of four tables including three for Blackjack and one for European Roulette.