Stakelogic is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last Updated: September 23, 2023.
|Malta, Sweden, U.K.
|Denmark, Italy, Malta, Sweden, U.K.
|Malta, Sweden, U.K.
|Denmark, Malta, Sweden
Stakelogic is an online betting software developer that is based out of the Netherlands and holds an office in Malta as well as Ukraine. The group is known for their slot machines, which are made available to operators in regulated markets, primarily those in Europe. The company itself has just over 20 employees, and they're continuing to expand by developing new games for their customers.
Stakelogic was picked up by Austrian gaming firm Novomatic, which will help them maintain stability as well as helping distribute their games to more operators.
The company developed what they call their "Slots 360" technology to help develop games that are compatible with more devices. These slots are compatible with both desktop and mobile devices, and they generally feature traditional slot items such as free spins, wilds, scatters, etc. The games I inspected had return to player (RTP) percentages of between 94-96%.
One interesting thing to note here is the inclusion of the Megaways payline layout in some games. This trademarked feature gives players the chance to see paylines expand into the thousands of "ways to win", which can create some huge wins. They don't pay off all the time, but when they do they usually give you a nice return.
The games are well-designed, bringing with them high definition visuals, nice animations, and of course, those above-mentioned features. The slots all look really sharp on my phone, and I actually prefer playing them there as I can test my luck while I'm waiting in line or doing something boring (like sitting at my nephew's school recital).
Without a doubt, Stakelogic will be around for the long haul, as their inclusion into Novomatic's umbrella will give them a chance to expand their client list. With their ability to develop mobile slots, it wouldn't be surprising if they continued to expand for a long time.