Stakelogic marks Swedish licence with Glitnor Group deal

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Upon receiving a Swedish supplier licence, Stakelogic has formed a content partnership with another operator in the nation, supplying games to Glitnor Group’s online casino brands. 

Through the collaboration, Stakelogic will supply its catalogue of both classic and video slots to Glitnor’s Lucky Casino and Happy Casino brands in the Scandinavian nation. 

“Glitnor is a rising star operator of two hugely popular Swedish brands, Lucky Casino and Happy Casino,” commented Neil Tanti, Sales Manager at Stakelogic. 

“We are thrilled to announce this partnership shortly after being awarded a supplier licence ahead of the anticipated regulatory change. This allows us to sign deals such as this and to continue to establish Stakelogic as a leading supplier in Sweden and beyond.”

Included in the supplier’s content offering, Stakelogic’s range of classic slots will become available to the online casino platforms, including games with traditional themes and symbols like Multi6Player, Multi Player, Bonus Runner, Runner Runner Megaways and Big Runner Deluxe.

Additionally, the company’s modern video slot titles will reach Lucky Casino and Happy Casino’s Swedish player bases, with releases such as Money Track, Treasures of Ra, Spartans vs Zombies Multipays and Greedy Fox.

The majority of these video slots utilise the supplier’s Super Stake feature, which allows players to enhance their bets in order to gain a higher chance of activating bonus features.  

Sven de Waard, Head of Games at Glitnor Group, added: “Stakelogic has been blazing a trail across the Swedish market and so it was vital for us to add its classic and video slots to the lobbies of Lucky Casino and Happy Casino.

“Its slots really do pack a punch, especially when players activate Super Stake or trigger the Spin to Win feature. These are true innovations in the slot space and allow us to offer our players a unique experience which in turn helps us to continue to stand out in what is an incredibly competitive market.”