Stakelogic’s slot game development studio has increased its global reach after rolling out a new partnership with Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) headquartered in Malta.
Following news that the company will join the UK for the first time since receiving a distributor permit from the UK Gambling Commission last week, Stakelogic will provide its full suite of video slot and classic slot games to the operator and platform provider.
Ashley Bloor, head of gaming for GiG, said: “We are excited to be entering a partnership with Stakelogic and strengthening our portfolio of localised content.
“Stakelogic content is already proving to be popular across our platform so we are thrilled to grow this partnership together.”
According to the terms of the deal players on GiG’s proprietary casino brands like Rizk, Thrillz and Guts, as well as those on their B2B operator partner pages, a number of titles such as Book of Adventure, Wild Stallion and Black Gold Megaways will be available.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, added: “It is an exciting opportunity for Stakelogic to partner with GiG to offer their clients and internal operator brands our range of exciting slot games.
“The initial launch exceeded all expectations, whereby revenue maintains a solid growth as more GiG clients and operators go-live and take on more Stakelogic games. This is a win-win relationship.”
The company has created several online versions of Reflex Gaming land-based slot games to mark its arrival on the UK market, including titles like Lucky Mushrooms and Eureka Einstein Moments.
The company has also signed a licencing agreement with Big Time Gaming and has recently launched its first Megaways slot, Black Gold Megaways, to be accessed for the first time by UK games.
It comes just weeks after the Romanian National Gambling Office also earned its Category 2 gaming licence.