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Stakelogic partners with Soft2Bet for slots and live casino

Stakelogic has partnered with Soft2Bet, with the casino and sportsbook platform provider to integrate the developer’s catalogue of slots and live casino.

Through the offering, Stakelogic’s titles will be made available to Soft2Bet’s casino and sportsbook brands such as Yoyo Casino and the gamified Betinia.

“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Stakelogic to our platform and can’t wait to roll out the developer’s fantastic titles across our brands,” said Soft2Bet Director of Gaming Daniel Mitton.

“Stakelogic is widely recognised and respected in the industry due to its exciting product offering, while its new live casino range delivered through Stakelogic Live is truly breathtaking. We can’t wait to see where this partnership goes as both our companies continue to expand in regulated markets.”

Stakelogic’s portfolio comprises more than seven games, including blackjack, roulette, auto-roulette and money wheel game shows. Its studio includes a camera, microphone and broadcast technology.

Stakelogic Sales Manager Danila Dzehs commented: “Soft2Bet is exactly what we look for in an integration partner, one that combines a state-of-the-art platform with a network of prestigious brands that target regulated markets around the world.

“We’re confident this partnership will further expand our player reach, and will lead directly to tremendous success for both Stakelogic and Soft2Bet.”

At the end of July, Stakelogic Live added Kindred Group’s Unibet to its growing roster of partners, with Unibet and Stakelogic then launching a dedicated live dealer studio in the Netherlands shortly after.

The new studio aims to deliver the Unibet experience to Dutch players, with dealers trained to provide the same experience as in land-based casinos.

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