Stakelogic earns an approval license from Swedish Gambling Authority
Stakelogic has now become one of the few licensed gaming operators in Sweden. The operator recently earned approval from the Swedish Gaming Authority, Spelinspektionen.
With the license, Stakelogic can continue to offer its video and classic slots on the market. In addition, Stakelogic Live, the subsidiary of Stakelogic, has also earned approval from regulators to serve in the industry.
Spelinspektionen will shortly change its regulations, making suppliers’ approval compulsory. That is why the move by Stakelogic came at the right moment. It will allow local operators to offer a complete experience of Stakelogic’s classic slots. These slots by Stakelogic are renowned for their nostalgic feel and big winning potential.
Players will instantly recognize the classic fruit symbols—grapes, cherries, melons, and oranges—on the slot. The games also include 7s, Bells, and BARs on the reels. Combined with Multipliers, Wilds, and Free Spins, the slots offer a complete package to players.
According to the latest gambling news, the latest approval has brought popular Stakelogic titles like Multi6Player, Multi4Player, and Big Runner Deluxe to users. Other than that, they will be able to access names like Wild Buzz, El Cowboy Megaways, Devil’s Trap, Cash Express, Spartans vs. Zombies Multipays, Diamond Staxx Multipays, and Greedy Fox.
Other than slots, Stakelogic has also earned approval to offer its premium live content. It will allow local operators to propose Stakelogic’s European Roulette, American Blackjack, and Runner Runner Roulette 5000X.
These titles have innovative features like Super Stake, allowing players to 2x their bet for a better bonus chance and winning combination. Stakelogic’s CEO, Stephan van den Oetelaar, also praised the latest development.
The CEO stated that Sweden is a crucial territory for the company. Thus, everyone on the team is delighted to be one of the first providers to secure a regional license. Stakelogic Live and Stakelogic are shifting their focus to regulated markets, so this approval has been the team’s priority.
Thus, the company is looking to work closely with the regulator for better market operations, added the CEO.