Stakelogic, the progressive and innovative online casino content developer, has become a founding partner of the Dutch Gambling Association and will provide its full suite of classic and video slots to operators through the DGA’s platform.
Stakelogic will also develop exclusive slots that will be exclusively available to operators that use the DGA platform. The offering of exclusive slots has proved to be a very effective mean to increase player retention.
Analysts predict that 65% of the regulated Dutch online casino market will be made up of slots play, whereby classic slots are expected to do more than half of all slot play. Stakelogic is seen as the unchallenged world market leader in the classic slot segment. Therefore Stakelogic is lined up to take a substantial share of the Dutch market.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, said: “The Dutch market provides tremendous opportunities for operators that can enter the market fast, with content that appeals to the Dutch player preferences and is supported by a platform that is fully compliant with the new Dutch regulations.
“The DGA provides this and Stakelogic is delighted to be a founding partner. We are also thrilled to have integrated our classic slot and video slot games into the platform and to be working on a number of classic slots specifically for the Dutch market.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for Stakelogic, for the DGA and for operators looking to expand their reach into what is a hugely exciting market.”
Henk Wolff, Founding partner of the Dutch Gambling Association, said: “We are incredibly bullish about the Dutch market and believe that our technology and content offering provides operators with the best platform from which to deliver a winning player experience and to ultimately succeed.
“Content will undoubtedly be king in the Dutch market, and that is why we are pleased to have Stakelogic as a founding partner and to be able to offer its games to our operator partners. We are particularly excited about the exclusive classic slots in the works.”