Stakelogic Games Added to Microgaming Platform

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Novomatic subsidiary Stakelogic has announced that they've signed an agreement with Microgaming and are adding their slate of online slots to the gaming giant's aggregation platform.

The deal will see all of Stakelogic's slots being ported over, with more than 80 games coming over. Stakelogic has put out both branded and custom slot games, with the likes of Rambo, Expendables Megaways, Micresto, and dozens of others all included. Microgaming is the oldest online betting company in existence, and they've expanded to offer a gaming aggregation platform that includes thousands of games from dozens of developers.

Commenting on the deal Stakelogic's Salvatore Marino said, "We are thrilled to announce our premium partnership with Microgaming, which will see Stakelogic's content distributed on their content aggregation platform. The agreement is testament to our quality slot offering and will elevate our reach with Microgaming customers in regulated markets. The future looks bright for Stakelogic and upcoming operators choosing our content."

Microgaming Commercial Director Leon Thomas added: "We are delighted to collaborate with Stakelogic in a deal that will see its high-quality slots, which perform especially well in key European markets, added to our growing, diverse casino portfolio. Throughout 2020, Microgaming has significantly expanded its network of talented content partners to include the likes of Stakelogic, enabling us to diversify our offering to provide our customers with even greater choice."

These games should be available soon at partner casinos that utilize Microgaming's platform.

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Therese Williams
Therese is a fervent fan of slot machines and pub fruities, often trying her luck at some of the top online casinos. She covers news for Casino Listings with a focus on the UK and Europe. Therese studied arts and creative writing at university and has written for newspapers in the UK.