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Stakelogic Live makes new live dealer games available to operators
Updated:2024-06-18 17:42    Views:132

After celebrating the grand opening of its Malta-based live studio and launching a new corporate website for the vertical in October 2021, Stakelogic B.V.’s live dealer division and its games are now available to operators.

Part of the tier-one online casino game provider’s effort to transition from a business-to-business (B2B) slot studio to a casino content supplier for operators, affiliates, players and other stakeholders, Stakelogic Live has already established itself as a leading source of live dealer games.

Live portfolio & studios:

The new division’s home,, 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 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.

Operators wishing to access the collection of network tables can partner with Sakelogic Live or they can launch dedicated studios featuring their own unique branding.

Market success:

In a statement regarding the new vertical availability, Stephan van den Oetelaar, Chief Executive Officer for Stakelogic, said …

“Our live dealer titles have taken the market by storm in the Netherlands and Malta jurisdictions. This means that operators will be able to offer their players the most authentic and engaging live dealer experience through games that deliver interaction and excitement with every single game round.

“For us, this is another milestone in the journey of Stakelogic Live becoming the number one provider of premium live dealer content in the world.”

Live leadership:

Last month, Stakelogic Live announced that live dealer veteran Richard Walker (pictured) would lead its new division, having held roles at operators and suppliers including stints at Pragmatic Play, Caesars Entertainment, Rank Group and Evolution Gaming.

The new Head of Live Casino will work alongside Stakelogic Live’s Head of Studios, Anthony Sammut, and Head of Operations, Sanita Gabriel, responsible for operations, studios, product and commercial. Supporting the build of dedicated and network studio tables for a number of markets will also be part of the trio’s responsibilities.

MGA license:

Earlier in March, Stakelogic obtained its Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) license, meaning the provider’s complete suite of live casino content is authorized to operate in jurisdictions that accept the license, which is widely considered one of the most respected in the world, including the recently regulated Netherlands. And operators live in those jurisdictions are now able to access the Stakelogic Live offering for the first time.

“Securing a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority is a major step forward for Stakelogic Live and are particularly pleased to now be able to offer our live dealer content in the Netherlands, a market where our slot games have performed incredibly well to date,” read a statement in a press release last month from Stakelogic’s CEO.

The classic slot and video slot developers made the move to the live casino market in June 2021, expanding its range of products with the launch of a suite of titles including roulette, blackjack and an array of gameshows.