A relatively young and innovative software development company Stakelogic, is expanding its footprint in worldwide jurisdictions by announcing a new partnership deal with SoftGamings, a report reads.
The company’s latest integration effort will see a full suite of top-performing classic and video slots roll out across the unifited API platform, potentially reaching hundreds of casino operators and players.
Among the upcoming releases are premium titles from the supplier such as Book of Adventure, Black Gold Megaways and Rambo, to name a few. Stakelogic is fully compliant to distribute its content solutions in major gambling markets, which is in compliance with SoftGamings’ strategy of providing fair and top-quality games to online casinos.
Aside from offering slots with cutting-edge graphics and features, Stakelogic will offer its players a chance to experience the 360 degree gaming technology, famous for delivering better animations, more interaction and higher engagement.
Freshening up the Offer
Integrating new content will also be supported on smartphones and tablets, since the provider’s mobile gaming platform MOBi is backed with HTML5. Therefore, mobile casino operators can expect a complete betting lapse on all portable gadgets, regardless of their operating system.
Irina Sazanova, the director of partnerships at SoftGamings said about the latest content distribution deal:
“SoftGamings operates with some of the biggest online casinos, and this new content distribution deal we signed with Stakelogic will freshen up their offer of slot games with new and exciting titles coming from Stakelogic. We are delighted to welcome Stakelogic to our current content offering and we are absolutely certain it will be a win-win situation for all parties concerned.”
In addition, the company’s latest collaboration deal will help the retailer expand its roster of software providers and focus even more on the development. Pushing the limits of the iGaming industry with innovative and intriguing playing features such as Quattro and Super Stake is also one of its main goals.
Joining the Big League
In the last couple of months, SoftGamings has also intensified cooperation with two more studios – Red Rake Gaming and Nektan, building a stronger momentum on the global iGaming market. However, right at the end of the June, the supplier finally announced the acquisition of a B2B Critical Supply License from the Malta Gaming Authority. This move should boost the sales and enhance overall reach to multiple territories, bringing more casino and sportsbook solutions to players.
As a result of licensing, the retailer will be able to supply, manage and advertise casino software across the European Union, including 100 different software providers and more than 3000 games.
“We are delighted and proud to receive the B2B Critical Supply License from the Malta Gaming Authority, as it represents a significant milestone in our company’s history and a positive step in the right direction. With the current presence and insight we have, MGA B2B licence is the recognition of the quality of our services and opens doors to new and long-term partnerships,” concluded Sazonova.
“SoftGamings Signs a New Partnership Agreement With Stakelogic”, softgamings.com, June 25th, 2020.