Stakelogic continues America expansion

May 2, 2023
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The supplier has received a licence in the Keystone State.

Online slot and live casino provider Stakelogic have expanded across the US after securing a supplier licence from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. 

Stakelogic made its debut in the US market in 2022 after securing a license to operate in Michigan. Gaining a license to operate in Pennsylvania continues the group’s wider efforts to establish itself as a leading casino content provider in America.

As well as the expansion in America, Stakelogic recently also gained a licence from Swedish regulator Spleinspektionen.

The Malta-based studio can now launch its selection of slots across the American iGaming market. Stakelogic has a wide range of classic and modern video slots to its name which will soon be available in the state of Pennsylvania.

Stakelogic games include classic BAR, Bell and 7 symbols with the inclusion of added highly animated and intense graphics. The titles that are now available in Pennsylvania are Multi6Player, Big Runner Deluxe and Multi4Player.

Stakelogic looks to make partnerships with online casino operators in the state to help transition to online and mobile play gaming, much as it did with its Michigan expansion.

CEO at Stakelogic Stephan Van Den Oetelaar said of the launch of Stakelogic’s slots in the US, “We are incredibly excited to see them in the state of Pennsylvania. This is one of the most successful iGaming states with a growing and maturing market where players are now seeking more feature rich-games.”

Recently, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board issued fines totalling $147,500 to Mount Airy, Mohegan Pennsylvania and Sugarhouse.


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