A new deal has been struck with Relax Gaming and Stakelogic
As one of the biggest developers and creators in iGaming, Relax Gaming is a powerhouse with two different programmes such as Power by Relax and Silver Bullet which help upcoming developers create and release thrilling slot games.
However, it seems that the latest deal with Stakelogic focuses on the live casino side of things rather than slots. Stakelogic has signed a deal with Relax Gaming to see its live casino content launch on its operators.
What will the deal intake?
This will include all of Stakelogic's live games such as blackjack, roulette, and baccarat as well as game shows. All the games are developed in-house and broadcast from studios in Malta and the Netherlands.
All of the action is captured by cutting-edge microphones and cameras with tables set against backdrops replicating the unique atmospheres of the games.
"Proud of the live casino content we develop,” says Stakelogic
Stephan van den Oetelaar, Stakelogic CEO, said: “We are tremendously proud of the live casino content we develop here at Stakelogic Live, so it is crucial that this content is made available to as many operators as possible.
"This partnership with Relax Gaming, which builds on the relationship between Stakelogic and the content aggregator is, therefore, key to our continued efforts to establish ourselves as the number one provider of live content in global markets."
He concluded: "We look forward to seeing operators powered by Relax Gaming add our live dealer titles to their lobbies, and for their players to experience the thrilling and authentic experiences they provide for the first time.”
“Popularity of live casino is only going to continue to rise,” says Relax Gaming
Simon Hammon, Relax Gaming CPO, added: “The popularity of live casino is only going to continue to rise so it is important for us to offer our operator partners the widest range of quality content in the market.”
He added: “This deal with Stakelogic Live is testament to this, adding proven live dealer games to our already substantial offering.”