Stakelogic Expands Distribution With BlueOcean Deal

After joining forces with platform and content provider BlueOcean Gaming, Stakelogic has revealed the recent expansion of its burgeoning distribution network.

This will see the entire portfolio of slots from igaming service providers merged into the content aggregator of BlueOcean’s GameHub, following the likes of Oryx Gaming, Booongo Merkur, CT Gaming Interactive, and more in recent weeks.

Extensive portfolio

Of the link up Dejan Jović, CEO at BlueOcean Gaming, said: “Stakelogic definitely makes a great addition to our portfolio of game providers and more importantly it brings an extensive portfolio of casino games which are attractive thanks to perfectioned graphics and vivid animations.

“More importantly, its games are fun to play because of the innovative features and mechanics used. Given the quality and innovation of Stakelogic content, we are positive that its games will be widely appreciated by our operators and a big hit among their players.”

Integration will make available the entire suite of Stakelogic slots, including Book of Adventure and Book of Cleopatra, as well as each game’s Super Stake variants, which allow players to effectively double their bet with every spin.

Serengeti Wilds, Gods of Secrecy, Voodoo Reels Unlimited Free Spins, Mayan Rush and Mighty Joker Arcade, as well as branded slots such as Rambo Stallone and The Expendables Megaways, are other games now available through BlueOcean’s GameHub.

Incredible network of operators

Olga Bajela, Stakelogic’s sales manager, added: “BlueOcean Gaming is the type of partner that gets us excited. It has an incredible network of operators and an amazing platform that will allow for the smooth integration of our games.

“Our selection of slots offer something for everyone, whether a player prefers classic slots or modern video slots packed full of bonus features with high volatility.

“This partnership will further expand our reach among operators and players and will be a tremendous success for both Stakelogic and BlueOcean Gaming.”