Malta-based slot software developer Stakelogic has announced its signing of a “huge partnership” with leading operator BetVictor.
Unveiling the deal, Stakelogic said that whilst it is certainly no stranger to teaming up with some of the best-known names in gaming, the BetVictor deal is “undoubtedly one of its most significant partnerships to date,” with the Gibraltar-based brand currently offering 2500+ games to customers in over 150 countries.
Chief among them is the United Kingdom – where BetVictor has long-since established itself as a market-leading betting brand through high-profile partnerships and Stakelogic is confident that having its full suite of games live on such a well-known platform will help the company expand throughout the country to broaden its reach.
BetVictor’s players are also said to be in for a treat, with Stakelogic’s state-of-the-art slot collection already building up a huge fanbase throughout Europe and beyond.
Olga Bajela, CCO of Stakelogic, said: “With BetVictor being one of the most famous names in online gaming and Stakelogic being the fastest rising stars of slot software development, there’s no doubt that this new partnership represents a hugely exciting time for both parties.
“We’re delighted to now be able to provide our full suite of slots on such a well-known and respected platform and we really think players in the UK and beyond are going to love what we have to offer.”
Sergiu Turcut, head of commercial at BetVictor, said: “We are always keen to collaborate with partners that share our vision regarding player entertainment. Stakelogic was a natural choice, having an impressive portfolio and solid reputation across multiple markets.”
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