Leading live casino provider opens four new American Blackjack tables in its cutting-edge Malta studio with two tables available 24/7
Malta: 29th September 2022 – Stakelogic Live, the live dealer provider that thinks bigger, has launched a suite of network classic blackjack tables as it continues to establish itself as the leading provider of live casino content to operators in markets around the world.
The suite of games includes four blackjack tables, two of which will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Minimum bets are €5 and €10 with all tables offering a return to player of 99.51%.
The classic American Blackjack tables will be streamed out of Stakelogic Live’s state-of-the-art studio in Birkirkara, Malta, and will leverage cutting-edge camera, microphone and broadcast technologies to deliver a superior player experience at all times.
Each table boasts a stunning backdrop that captures the look and feel of blackjack tables and rooms found in prestigious land-based casinos from Las Vegas to Macau.
Dealers have been given extensive training to ensure that players receive a highly authentic, interactive experience from the moment they first join the game until they decide to cash in their chips.
Stakelogic Live, which is a subsidiary of in-demand slot developer Stakelogic, has taken the market by storm and is now the go-to live dealer provider for operators in fast-growing markets such as the Netherlands, the UK and all Malta jurisdictions.
Richard Walker, Head of Live at Stakelogic Live, said: “We are now very much the live dealer provider of choice for operators looking to offer their players the most compelling, authentic online casino experience.
The addition of four new network classic blackjack tables is further evidence of our commitment to offering a varied portfolio of live content that allows operators to meet the needs and preferences of all different player types.
We now look forward to seeing our network classic blackjack tables go live with our operator partners in markets around the world.”