Stakelogic awarded British supplier licence
Slot developer Stakelogic has received a supplier licence from the GB Gambling Commission, allowing its titles to be used by British-licended operators.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, chief executive of Stakelogic, said the supplier has already secured deals to provide games to multiple British-licensed operators.
“We have already signed partnerships with a number of online gambling brands who will launch our games to UK players in the coming weeks,” van den Oetelar said.
The announcement comes after Stakelogic received a Class 2 Gaming licence from the Romanian National Gambling Office last month.
“‘We are thrilled to have secured a supplier licence from the UK Gambling Commission just weeks after being granted a permit in Romania,” van den Oetelaar said. “As we continue to secure licences in regulated markets and grow our game portfolio, Stakelogic aims to triple the revenue of our clients again in 2020.”
As part of its British launch, the supplier has created a series of new online versions of land-based slots from Reflex Gaming.
The developer has also signed a licensing agreement with Big Time Gaming and have launched a new game, Black Gold Megaways as part of this partnership.
“In anticipation of our UK licence we have created a series of slots that will take Reflex Gaming’s popular land-based games online which we believe will be a big hit with players,” van den Oetelar said. “We have also recently launched our first Megaways title which is proving to be a great success and which will undoubtedly appeal to UK players too.”