After negotiating a deal with PokerStars, Stakelogic has hailed it as a “breakthrough deal” in its ongoing search to penetrate controlled markets in Europe and beyond.
The online casino content provider will make its first foray into the Spanish market as part of a partnership that will provide PokerStars with the entire igaming suite.
Black Gold Megaways, which allows players to become oil tycoons while digging for oil, will be the first game to launch in the world. Every spin activates the Megaways cascading reels, which give 117,649 ways to win.
This will be accompanied by Stakelogic’s entire slot portfolio, including the most recent releases from the developer, such as Mayan Rush, Wonderland Wilds, and Hot 7 Hold and Spin.
First Spanish entry
Stakelogic’s CEO, Stephan van den Oetelaar, said: “We are delighted to have entered the Spanish market for the first time with one of the biggest casino brands in the region, Pokerstars.
“This is a breakthrough deal for us as we continue to enter regulated markets in Europe and beyond. Following the success of this launch, we will be further strengthening our position in the Spanish market by going live with our other partners as well.
“We believe our classic slots and video slots will resonate well with Spanish players, delivering a thrilling and entertaining experience with every spin. Our broad range of games also ensures we can meet all player likes and preferences – in short, we offer something for everyone.”
This is PokerStars’ Spanish casino entity’s second commercial tie-up this week, with the Flutter Entertainment brand previously welcoming MGA Games provision of content for PokerStars’ Spanish offering.
Following that, the company announced that Neymar will serve as a cultural ambassador for the company, as the Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain footballer continues to expand his relationship with the online poker site.