Creator of exclusive games for the iGaming sector, Stakelogic, is expanding its content reach and influence as the developer pivots in the US market. The company has obtained a provisional license in the state of Michigan and will be delivering its prime-quality content to local operators interested in improving their offer. Speaking about this launch, Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar said:
Securing approval to launch in Michigan is a milestone moment for Stakelogic and our ambitions for the US market where we intend to become a leading provider of popular online casino content.
Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar
Thanks to this license and launch, Stakelogic is now able to bring highly-desired games to the Great Lakes State that are bound to drive customer engagement and retention. The Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License will enable Stakelogic to introduce both its classic and modern video slot, the company said in a press release.
Some of the company’s most worthwhile games include El Patron, Atlantis Gold, Candy Wild Bonanza Hold and Spin, and more. Both the gameplay and visuals are created with the user experience in mind, underpinned by solid math.
Bringing Great Games and Features to Michigan
The games themselves feature a number of interesting and player-oriented mechanics, such as Super Stake, Wilds, Free Spins, and Multipliers. Stakelogic uses the opportunity of its Michigan launch to send a broader and clearer message for its overall ambitions in the North American region as a whole.
The company wants to double down on its expansion efforts in the regulated iGaming markets in the United States and Canada and bring its products to more B2B customers and their player bases.
Van den Oetelaar thanked the Michigan Gaming Control Board for having assisted the company with the licensing process so that players in the state can enjoy a new level of gaming experience. Both the classic and video slots are drafted in such a way to become an immediate hit with Michigan. This integration will happen in due course and involve established gaming operators in the Great Lakes State.