Two of the premier software firms in iGaming have revealed details of their expansion in the live casino sector.
Stakelogic, who up until now have focused on the creation of unique slot games, have revealed that they will be expanding their repertoire into live casino gaming, with blackjack, roulette and gameshow-style content all on the menu.
Meanwhile Pragmatic Play, who have emerged as one of the premier content providers for the online casino sector, have detailed their new partnership with Betsson, a key figure in European and Scandinavian gambling.
Stakelogic have developed their own state-of-the-art studio in Malta from which to deliver their content, which will be completely designed and produced by their in-house team.
They have promised high definition pictures and the lowest latency in streaming – the idea is to create a supreme player experience, which isn’t always necessarily the case in live casino gaming.
The CEO of Stakelogic, Stephan van den Oetelaar, said his firm was ready to ‘hit the ground running’ in the live arena.
“For Stakelogic, it is a logical step forward to move into the live casino market segment,” he said.
“Many of our tier-1 clients repeatedly asked us to complement our service offering with live casino products. Therefore, Stakelogic will hit the ground running, as many of our clients have already committed to go with Stakelogic Live.”
The live division will also receive support from their branches in Kiev and Belgrade, and an expansion of their current seven-game live dealer offering – which includes blackjack, standard and auto versions of roulette and money-wheel gameshows – is expected.
Their new studio has 22 tables for starters, with live dealers on hand to dish out the cards and spin the wheel as required. Keep an eye out for this innovative player’s new direction at your favourite casinos.
Pragmatic Lauds ‘Major Milestone’
One of the most recognised names in the sector these days, it’s no big surprise that Pragmatic Play has such ambitious expansion plans.
Signing on the dotted line with the Betsson Group will certainly further their development, with the Swedish firm enjoying an extensive customer base in their native Scandinavia and across mainland Europe.
Pragmatic have confirmed that Betsson’s players will be able to enjoy their full repertoire of live dealer games, which includes a number of blackjack and roulette variants and their famed Mega Wheel title.
They were one of the first brands to utilise 4k streaming technology in their back catalogue, and Betsson – who already have a slots deal in place with Pragmatic – were only too happy to extend their partnership further.
The vice president of Pragmatic’s Malta division, Lena Yasir, is ‘delighted’ with the latest development in her firm’s timeline.
“Betsson is a huge operator brand, and we’re delighted to take our comprehensive range of live casino games live with them across European regulated markets,” she said.
“The strength of our live dealer products has seen them be sought after all over the globe, and we’re incredibly proud of the hard work that has been put into the portfolio by our team, which is being recognised by leading operators globally.”