Stakelogic, the innovative and in-demand European online casino game developer with offices in Malta and software production facilities in Kyiv and Belgrade, has expanded its live casino footprint with a license from the Malta Gaming Authority for its live-streaming product.
The addition of an MGA license for real-time casino games brings the provider’s entire suite of live content into all countries that recognize the Malta Authority, including Holland.
Dutch and Maltese Studios Licensed
Stakelogic’s live studios are located in Birkirkara, Malta, and Eindhoven, in the Netherlands. The Dutch market has only recently been regulated and this development means that players in the Netherlands will be able to play duly authorized and licensed Stakelogic live games for the first time.
Stakelogic’s Live Dealer gambling products are ISO 27001 certified and licensed by the Gambling Commission in Great Britain as well. The company’s core products, based on random number generated (RNG) results are also licensed by the ONJN in Romania and were licensed by Ukraine Commission.
The live studios use the latest broadcast and streaming technologies including ‘pin drop’ microphones and high-definition cameras. The live dealer division is managed by a team of casino specialists with all games designed and developed in-house.
The studios are staffed by well-trained professionals who interact with players which gives the games a personal touch and adds to the authentic live-gaming experience.
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Stakelogic CEO, Stephan van den Oetelaar said: “Securing a license from the Malta Gaming Authority is a major step forward for Stakelogic Live and 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 unrivaled levels of engagement, authenticity, and entertainment and we are looking forward to seeing our games land in the lobbies of our operator partners.”
The company first received a Class 4 license from the Malta Gaming Authority in June 2016. Class 4 games include RNG games like slots. The company was launched in the Netherlands in early 2015 by Novomatic’s wholly-owned subsidiary Greentube which sold it in 2018. It was at that time that Stephan van den Oetelaar was appointed CEO where he continues to bring the company further success today.
The company’s Malta studios opened last summer.
Source: Stakelogic Live secures MGA License for Malta & Netherlands Studio Operation, Stakelogic News, March 4, 2022.