The American Dream: Stakelogic receives Pennsylvania licence
By Dave Sawyer, Last updated May 2, 2023
Stakelogic are celebrating having ‘landed’ in the US after securing a supplier license from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. With its permit in hand, the in-demand studio can launch its suite of classic and video slots with operators active in the state’s thriving iGaming market.
Stakelogic has cracked the code when it comes to developing classic slots that appeal to fans of traditional fruit machines. These games combined instantly recognizable fruit, BAR, Bell and 7 symbols with thrilling gameplay that includes Wilds, Multipliers, and even Free Spins. Titles now available in Pennsylvania include Multi6Player, Big Runner Deluxe, and Multi4Player.
These games will help online casino operators in the state provide players with games that are similar to those found on the floors of land-based casinos. This, in turn, will help them to transition to online and mobile play while also building high levels of trust.
For more experienced online casino players, Stakelogic has a portfolio of explosive video slots that promise to put players on the edge of their seats with each spin. Titles such as Money Track, Treasures of Ra, Spartans vs Zombies MultipaysTM, and the just-launched Greedy Fox combine bold design, booming sound, and big bonuses for a truly thrilling slot experience.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic, said: “Our slots have topped the charts in markets across Europe and beyond, so we are incredibly excited to see them launch in the state of Pennsylvania. This is one of the most successful iGaming states with a growing and maturing market where players are now seeking more feature-rich games.”
“Our suite of video slots absolutely provides this, while our classic slots are great for those trying online play for the first time or simply prefer the style and gameplay of traditional slot machine games.”
“Stakelogic has become a must-have studio for operators in markets all over the world, and we believe this will be the case in the US, too.”