Stakelogic is emerging as a force to be reckoned with in the iGaming sector, thanks to the rapid expansion of its online casino development partner network. Recently the brand signed Hurricane Games and Touchstone Games up to its Greenlogic partner platform and Jelly is about to join their ranks.
As per an official statement, the studios will be working closely together, playing to their strengths to achieve their combined goals. Jelly will be responsible for game mechanics, gameplay, and features while Stakelogic’s team will handle the intricate back end.
The combined talents of these two companies will be used to forge unique and engaging online slots.
The more the merrier
Stakelogic’s Greenlogic platform has grown rapidly in size and reportedly encompasses agreements and partnerships with over 500 specialized organizations and 8 aggregator partners across the globe. The network is a talent and resource goldmine, it includes game logic specialists, localization teams, and distribution partners to name a few.
So far, Stakelogic has only attracted the aforementioned three developers to the network but the company plans to get these numbers up in the near future.
Any titles released via the Greenlogic platform will be distributed in strict accordance with the Stakelogic brand and collaborators on projects will be given appropriate recognition and publicity.
Victoria Newbolt, Jelly’s marketing lead expressed pride at the finalization of the deal, particularly since Jelly will now be counted among the first developers to join the Greenlogic network. She also revealed that the company’s first collaborative title with Stakelogic would be released soon.
Newbolt wrapped up her statement by saying that this opportunity would ultimately strengthen her design team’s essential skills and knowledge.
Jelly is an assembly of industry veterans with a wealth of combined experience who have managed to build a reputable and professional operation in under a year.
The Stakelogic deal is a mutually beneficial one and will have an impact on the future of the iGaming industry for years to come.