Global entertainment brand SkillOnNet will bolster its casino offering through a strategic partnership with StakeLogic Live, a leading provider of state-of-the-art premium live casino content.
Casinos powered by SkillOnNet, as well as its own brands like PlayOjo, SpinGenie and Bacana Play, now have access to Stakelogic Live’s live dealer games, including American Blackjack, European Roulette and Game Shows. The new content will initially launch in the UK, Mexico and .com countries before being rolled out to Denmark and Sweden shortly afterwards.
Stakelogic Live is streamed 24/7 out of dedicated studios in Malta and the Netherlands. It employs highly trained dealers within a realistic casino atmosphere to offer an authentic and customised live casino gaming experience that meets player preferences in markets all over the world.
StakeLogic Live has also brought unique and innovative concepts to the live dealer space. These include ‘Super Stake’, which allows players to effectively double their bet to increase the chance of triggering bonus features for big wins. As well as, Spin To Win, a plug & play jackpot feature that sits within Stakelogic’s slots that gives players a chance to win big on 2 Mega Money wheels hosted at their Live Studio.
The new deal will enhance an existing content partnership between the two companies, which includes the integration of Stakelogic’s slot portfolio on SkillOnNet’s acclaimed games platform.
Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet said: “We’re always looking to offer players something a little different, something that breaks the mold. And Stakelogic Live does that with features like Super Stake, which is completely unique to the live casino space. They’re already great partners, and they’ve put so much amazing work into StakeLogic Live that it simply became too good to pass on. We believe this complements our existing live casino offering to make it the best on the market.”
Jose Simon, Commercial Director at Stakelogic, said: “We’re delighted that our live casino games will gain further reach through this deal, and we’re happy to be taking our relationship with a major player like SkillOnNet to the next stage. As companies, we both understand the importance of building truly localised gaming experiences in regulated jurisdictions that resonate with players.”