Dutch software developer Stakelogic has entered into what it describes as a ‘key partnership’ with operator BetEnt BV for the launch of its online sportsbook, BetCity.nl, in their newly regulated home market. One of only 10 companies to receive a license to offer online games of chance in the Netherlands from October 1st, BetEnt will now broaden its range of services to include online casino games. Stakelogic’s full suite of slots, including new releases Nine Pyramids of Fortune and Midas Wilds, will be available to BetCity’s existing sports bettors. Players will also have access to some of the provider’s classic slots, including top performers like Mystery Drop and Black Gold 2 Megaways, which offer a more traditional land-based-type gaming experience combined with modern features such as Megaways paylines.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, Chief Executive Officer for Stakelogic, said of this new alliance: “With BetCity being one of only 10 new companies entering the regulated market, we are delighted that they have chosen to spearhead their casino offering with the full suite of Stakelogic slots and live games.”
Noting the significance of the collaboration, he added that having the key partnership in place will allow them to “reach a new audience around the globe.”
In addition to this slots portfolio, BetCity also gain access to Stakelogic’s dedicated live casino table games, broadcast 24/7 out of their live studios in Birkirkara, Malta, and powered by Oryx Gaming, partner since 2019. This will allow customers to choose from a range of casino classics such as roulette, blackjack and baccarat, which aim to mirror the experience of a brick-and-mortar casino from their home.
Also commenting on the collaboration, Melvin Bostelaar, Chief Executive Officer for BetCity praised Stakelogic’s games as “the most popular in the Netherlands, adding that slots like Multiplayer4player and Wild Moon Jackpot and classics such as Grandslam Deluxe, Random Player4player and Club 2000 deluxe will be an important part of the slots offering. “This will help the Dutch regulated market to improve the level of channelisation,” he concluded.
This deal was announced on the back of the launch of Midas Wilds, courtesy of UK-based iGaming content developer Reflex Gaming and powered by the innovative Super Stake game mechanic via the wildly successful Stakelogic Partner Program.