Stakelogic enters Ontario through partnership with Rootz

January 16, 2024
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Players at Rootz will be able to use Stakelogic's Super Wheel.

Stakelogic and its partner studio Stakelogic Live have agreed a deal with operator partner Rootz to enter the Ontario market. 

Through this deal, players from Rootz will now have access to Stakelogic’s portfolio of classic slot games and video slots, including Super Bonus Wild, Runner 8 Runner, Bonus Runner, Super 6 Timer and Mega Runner. 

On top of Stakelogic’s collection of games, players at Rootz will be able to use Stakelogic’s Super Wheel, a bonus feature that can trigger on a random spin, taking players to a live studio where they can spin a giant wheel to win prizes and trigger further bonuses. 

Ontario has continued to grow in recent months with many operators looking to enter the market, with Rootz itself being approved for its gaming license in Ontario back in February of last year. 

Stakelogic CCO, Olga Bajela, said: “This partnership with Rootz is hugely significant for us – not only does it mean our games are live with another big-name operator, but it also further cements our place as a major player in the Ontario market.

“No other studio can provide such a broad range of products, with our slots offering an unrivaled online casino experience to players.”

Rootz CEO Sam Brown added: “Content is proving to be king in Ontario, and our players are in for a double helping thanks to Stakelogic. We are delighted to integrate Stakelogic’s impressive classic and video slots into our game lobby. This is a key integration for us, further positioning us as a go-to online casino in the market.” 

In other recent news for Stakelogic, the game developer partnered with online gaming operator NetBet Italy, back in December. 

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