According to a press release…
The freshly-inked partnership agreement will see the Malta-headquartered developer’s [StakeLogic] popular titles such as Classic Joker 5 Reels and Book of Adventure, along with branded games like the live DJ and dance-inspired, Hardwell, available to the Argentinean online casino games developer’s [Leander] customers.
Growing the business:
Commenting on the new agreement, Chief Executive Officer for Leander Games, Steven Matsell said…
“We were able to grow the business for three of our clients by launching Stakelogic content through our platform. The quality and the popularity of the Stakelogic games is just amazing. Through our partnership with Stakelogic we are really able to provide our clients a competitive edge.”
“Adding quality games is our number-one priority. The online gaming market is developing at a high pace. Only the very best games will attract and retain players.”
“content they require to be successful“
“Through our partnership with Stakelogic we are able to provide our clients with the content they require to be successful today. It will certainly be an exciting year for Leander Games and Stakelogic,” said Matsell.
Adding his take on the supply deal, Stakelogic Chief Executive Officer, Stephan van den Oetelaar, said that the partnership with Leander enable it to speed up its growth strategy. He added that the fast launch and integration of its content demonstrates the huge potential of the new partnership.
“We are thrilled to further expand our business by bringing more games to the market through the Leander Games platform,” said van den Oetelaar.
In January 2019 alone, Stakelogic has inked a slew of similar agreements with leading company’s such as it’s deal with tier-one operator, PokerStars, along with well-known sportsbook and online gaming operator ComeOn! and its most recent tie-up with platform provider, SkillOnNet.
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