Casino House Collaborates with Stakelogic for Slot Integration in Denmark

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Stakelogic has entered a partnership with Casino House to provide its slot games to the Denmark-based operator. Casino House players now have access to Stakelogic’s classic and video slots. The classic slots feature themes of traditional fruit machines with symbols such as melons, grapes, and oranges. Additional game features include Wilds, Multipliers, and Free Spins. Among the classic titles integrated with Casino House are Super Bonus Wild, Bonus Runner, Super 6 Timer, and Mega Runner.

The video slot collection from Stakelogic covers a variety of themes, from the Wild West to Egypt. These slots offer features like Wilds, Multipliers, and Respins. Some games include the Super Stake feature, which allows players to adjust their bets. Video slots now available at Casino House include Money Track 2, Greedy Fox, Bison Blocks, Eric’s Big Catch, and Wild Wild Bass 2.

Danila Dzehs, Senior Sales Manager at Stakelogic, said: “Players in Denmark demand top-quality online slots that deliver a thrilling experience with each spin and that’s exactly what our games provide. This is a market where classic slots are incredibly popular, and our classics are proven to hit the mark with players in Denmark and beyond.

Of course, those seeking explosive entertainment can fire up our video slots and enjoy the edge-of-the-seat action they provide. Casino House is a really great partner for us – it is one of the leading brands in Denmark and is just the calibre of operator that we like to work with.”

Thomas Vandsted, Casino Manager at Casino House, added: “Stakelogic games top the charts in markets across the world and we know they will prove to be a big hit with our players. The variety and quality of its portfolio are unrivalled, covering both classic and video slots.

This is a strong addition to our portfolio and one that will allow us to further establish ourselves as a leading casino destination for players in Denmark.”

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