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Live dealer software specialist Super Spade Games has announced that they're going to be opening a new live dealer studio, this one on the African continent.
The studio will be the third for Super Spade, which already has two studios in Europe. This new studio will open in the first quarter of next year and will be ahead of the launch of an Asian studio, which will open in the middle of 2021. Africa is growing as a gaming market as more users gain access to high-speed internet connections, and the company is keen to establish the first live dealer studio on the continent.
As of press time we don't know what games the company is planning on broadcasting from the studio, but Super Spade has a history of putting out popular Indian games like Teen Patti and Andar Bahar, as well as Blackjack, Roulette, and Baccarat.
Commenting on the upcoming launch Super Spade Games Co-Founder Albert Climent said, "The new studio is scheduled to launch in early 2021 and will help SSG to achieve its ambitious growth plans. We have always been a glocal content provider, so as part of our commitment to ever improving our service to both our local and global licensees as well as to increase our USP over competition, we are delighted to announce our next studio in Africa. Besides providing very solid career opportunities locally, we are planning in the mid-term to offer customized games for the African customer, with special focus on West and East Africa. We are very excited, and we hope that with this new studio, we can expand and offer our services to additional partners."