As part of its European expansion, the licence means that Stakelogic will be able to offer its live games to operators licensed anywhere an MGA supplier licence is accepted, including the recently regulated Netherlands market, which launched in October last year.
Stakelogic Live is streamed out of studios with the “latest broadcast and streaming technologies”, based across Birkirkara, Malta, and Eindhoven in the Netherlands.
All the games were designed and developed in-house and will be run by a team of live casino specialists. According to Stakelogic, the team will be “pushing the boundaries and coming up with new live deal features and innovations”.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, Stakelogic CEO, said: “Securing a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority is a major step forward for Stakelogic Live and we are particularly pleased to now be able to offer our live dealer content in the Netherlands, a market where our slot games have performed incredibly well to date.
“Stakelogic Live is a premium live casino product and delivers unrivalled levels of engagement, authenticity and entertainment and we are looking forward to seeing our games land in the lobbies of our operator partners.”