Stakelogic has set sights on US expansion as the game developer announced a Rhode Island-focused partnership with Bally’s Corporation.
The collaboration has been secured following the recent passing of an igaming bill for Rhode Island last month, with Bally’s set to utilise Stakelogic Live’s “pioneering” technology to establish its own live casino products across North America.
Robeson Reeves, CEO of Bally’s Corporation, commented: “We are thrilled to partner with Stakelogic Live to bring our live casino operations online in Rhode Island. With a partner like Stakelogic Live, we know we are putting our best foot forward, and we are confident that we will be able to provide our Rhode Island customers with a truly exciting live dealer experience.”
Upon forming the alliance with Stakelogic, Bally’s revealed that it expects to launch a plethora of live casino titles in Rhode Island by April 2024, including Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat titles.
The New England state announced in June that its online casino market is set to go live following Governor Daniel McKee decision to sign an igaming bill into law.
Passing this bill, which awarded exclusive operational rights to Bally’s for the state, sees The Ocean State become the seventh US state to legalise online casino gambling.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic, added: “We are very excited about our partnership with Bally’s as it will finally enable Stakelogic Live to bring its technology to the US. It will also enable us to build on our tremendous growth since launching live casino 14 months ago, positioning Stakelogic Live as a leading live casino provider in the igaming industry.”