Stakelogic Unveils LeoVegas Slots Delivery Deal

Online gaming content supplier Stakelogic this week announced that it has teamed up with another tier-one online gambling operator to further bolster its presence across key markets and supply its content to a wider gaming audience.

Stakelogic has recently signed a content delivery deal with LeoVegas to provide the operator and its players with access to its slots portfolio.

The newly penned partnership will first see LeoVegas roll out Stakelogic’s best performing game Book of Adventure Super Stake Edition across a number of jurisdictions. The operator will then continue by gradually adding the provider’s entire games portfolio to its existing offering throughout the markets LeoVegas operates in.

It should also be noted that the deal between Stakelogic and LeoVegas covers the supplier’s in-demand features Quattro and Super Stake, which were designed to boost player engagement and retention.

For example, Super Stake offers slots players the another shot at winning after a losing spin. The feature provides players with the opportunity to place a side bet that doubles their initial stake and unlocks extra chances for a big payout at approximately every 44 spins.

LeoVegas is the latest tier-one operator partner Stakelogic has aligned with in recent months. The mobile-focused online gambling operator boasts presence across a number of key markets with a game lobby that comprises more than 700 casino titles from some of the industry’s most popular content suppliers.

Testament to the Caliber of Future Partnerships

Commenting on their alliance with LeoVegas, Stakelogic Sales Director Salvatore Marino said that going live with the operator “clearly has a louder ROAR than our closest competitors” and that their latest supply deal is a testament to “the caliber of our future partnerships.”

As mentioned above, LeoVegas is not the only major online gambling company Stakelogic has teamed up with in recent months. In late May, the content maker and provider announced that it has partnered up GVC Holdings to roll out its games collection across the gambling powerhouse’s online gaming brands.

Of their partnership with Stakelogic, LeoVegas Casino Operations Manager Johan Ekberg said that they are delighted to have been able to bolster their online casino offering with games from their new partner and that this recent alliance “is an important step for LeoVegas as we continue to strategically diversify our content portfolio.”

Mr. Ekberg went on to say that at LeoVegas, they always strive to provide “the latest and greatest gaming experience” to their players and “by partnering with Stakelogic our customers will be able to enjoy a new range of exciting and engaging titles.”

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