Tier one casino content provider expands its US footprint with a critical regulatory approval

Stakelogic, a premier developer of high-performing online casino games, is thrilled to announce its continued expansion in the United States with the acquisition of a new license in Rhode Island. This milestone marks Stakelogic’s third license in the US, following successful entries into Michigan and Pennsylvania, underscoring its growing influence in the American online gaming market.

This latest license allows Stakelogic to offer its diverse portfolio of games and technology to the Rhode Island casino and player community.

This strategic move is part of Stakelogic’s broader vision to cement its status as a dominant content provider across North America. The company is actively pursuing additional state licenses and forming partnerships with operators to broaden its reach and deliver its acclaimed gaming experience to more US players.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, expressed his enthusiasm: “Gaining the Rhode Island license is a significant achievement in our ongoing US market journey. Our team is excited to introduce our content and technology in Rhode Island.

This expansion is a testament to our commitment to excellence and our strategy to be at the forefront of the online casino industry in North America. We are grateful to the Rhode Island regulators for their trust and cooperation and look forward to making a positive impact on the local gaming scene.”

With this new license, Stakelogic reaffirms its dedication to delivering premium gaming content that meets the highest standards of regulation and player satisfaction. The company is poised for further growth and is eager to bring its unique brand of entertainment to more audiences across the United States.

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