Stakelogic Successfully Relocates To Malta Office

Online casino game developer Stakelogic has completed a relocation to its new Malta office, which will serve as the location from which the company will seek to achieve more development in Europe.

Building on existing hubs in Eindhoven in the Netherlands and Kiev’s Ukrainian capital, the company claims the continent’s headquarters will allow it to better serve its increasing roster of operator partners on core European markets.

The office will be home to sales managers and key decision-makers, enabling them to work hand in hand with current and new clients in Malta, the UK, Romania, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark and beyond.

Stakelogic is aiming to scale up its igaming production line with operator partners including Betsson, Mr Green, Gaming Innovation Grou, Pokerstars, Kindred, Casumo, Wildz and Videoslots in order to maintain “a rapid growth trajectory.’

Stephan van den Oetelaar, chief executive officer of Stakelogic, explained: “We are excited to open the Malta European head office, allowing us to work more closely with operators in core European markets.

“Stakelogic has grown rapidly since the take-over in 2018.  Our Malta head office marks our arrival as a major slot game developer for online casino operators around the world.

“We look forward to strengthening the relationship with our existing partners while also joining forces with new brands from our new base in Malta.”

Last week Stakelogic aimed to secure more European growth after announcing that Portuguese players can now access their entire slot package.

Beginning immediately, operators targeting the country can now offer the full portfolio of igaming content to their players Stakelogic, including titles such as Encharmed Quattro and Book of Adventure.

With the launch, Stakelogic is once again increasing its global scope by emphasising that it will continue to “push boundaries” across a variety of apps, including its jackpot programme that has earned players more than €1 m since its launch in 2019.