Stakelogic has signed a new content partnership with Belgium-facing operator PepperMill Casino, to provide it with live gaming.
PepperMill Casino will expand its reach on the European continent by offering a variety of classic casino titles, including dice slots and auto-roulette table games.
Jose Simon is the Commercial Director at Stakelogic. He stated that PepperMill is a highly regarded online casino brand in the vibrant Belgian market. We are delighted to have our dice games and auto-roulette land in its lobby.
“Our dice games are both entertaining and exhilarating in equal measure. They have a unique style of play that has been very popular in Belgium.” PepperMill customers can now see the excitement.
The classic slots from Stakelogic feature classic themes like fruit and traditional slot machines. However, they offer gameplay that is “far from tradition” with exclusive features such as Super Stake to enhance reels.
Super Stake allows players the opportunity to double their wager to increase the chances of landing bonus combinations and winning.
“Live dealer is big business in Belgium, and our games stand apart from others on the market,” stated Richard Walker Head of Live Casino at Stakelogic Live.
“We put quality first, and our dealers are able to make players feel like stars from the moment they sit down at a table. PepperMill now has the ability to use its games to surpass player expectations and stay ahead of its competitors.
Stakelogic Live’s live dealer titles were filmed in Malta in a studio with trained hosts. This is done in an effort to improve each round and provide a better player experience.
Anthony Rus is the General Director of PepperMill Casino. He said: “Our Belgian players know what they want when it comes to live dealer content and slot machines, and Stakelogic ranks among the top providers in our strategic markets.
“This integration is huge for us. Taking our lobby to the next stage with provided titles that will thrill our customers from the first round to the last, this is a major step.”