Online casino game development studio Stakelogic has received a gambling license in Romania, which allows it to present its slot machine portfolio to locally licensed operators.
In an official press release, Stakelogic confirmed that it has been granted a Class II gaming license by the Romanian National Gambling Authority, ONJN.
Commenting on the upcoming launch of gaming offerings in Romania, Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar said:
The ONJN license represents another milestone for the company. With this license, we can now offer our market-active partner operators the very latest online casino products that players want to see.
The newly obtained permission allows Stakelogic to provide a full suite of classic and modern online slots to operators licensed in Romania.
In addition to the ONJN license, the online gambling provider has previously been certified by the regulators of Malta and Sweden.
Thanks to a license issued by the Malta Gaming Authority, which is available at casinoz, Stakelogic is able to provide its content in a number of jurisdictions. Spelinspektionen’s license to the company gave the supplier the ability to offer their slots to operators authorized to serve Swedish players under the country’s new gambling legislation.
Stakelogic said that in addition to its previous licenses in Malta, Sweden and Romania, it is also ready to undergo certification in
- Great Britain,
Stakelogic was founded in 2015 in the Netherlands as an online gambling development division of Greentube, a subsidiary of the gambling giant Novomatic. From day one, Stakelogic has focused on developing an original set of online slots, both classic and modern, using innovative technologies. Created in HTML5, the games are available for both PC and mobile devices.
Stakelogic has unveiled a smart progressive jackpot system that has paid out over one million euros to players since its launch.
Another industry innovation that the company is proud of is the Quattro system, which allows players to play up to four slot machines simultaneously.
Greentube announced last year that it had agreed to sell the Netherlands-based game studio to an investor for an undisclosed amount. Following the announcement of its sale, Stakelogic appointed a new CEO in the fall of 2018.
Mr. Van Den Oetelaar has been appointed top manager of the developer following a change of ownership. The head of the company had over 25 years of experience in the IT field.
On his strategy of working as head of Stakelogic, Mr. Van Den Oetelaar stated:
The studio will continue to focus on delivering games that players want to play. Stakelogic will continue to offer its customers games ranging from global to hyper-local.
The game developer has also embarked on an expansion that will allow its games to enter some of Europe’s largest online gambling markets.