Pragmatic Play unveils bespoke live casino studio for Stake.com

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Pragmatic Play has created a brand-new live casino studio for crypto gambling operator Stake.com.

The bespoke build includes 12 tables for live casino games, all of which are adorned with Stake branding and imagery.

The Stake-branded studio will offer a range of table games including Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat.

Stake is one of the biggest online casino operators in the world and is estimated to be worth more than $1bn.

The company holds an operating licence in Malta, Curacao and the UK and is partnered up with Premier League side Everton and four-time Grammy award winner Drake.

It also offers a vast array of cryptocurrency gambling options in various global markets and was recently blacklisted by Twitch after the platform moved to ban high stakes slots streaming.

Pragmatic Play COO Irina Cornides: “The opportunity to deliver a branded studio that elevates the betting experience of Stake customers is one that we couldn’t shy away from.”

Stake co-founder Edward Craven said: “Pragmatic Play’s commitment to ensuring our every need is met can be felt in every aspect of our custom studio, which emphasises the unique capabilities of our brand.

“We are excited to see how our new home for live casino content is received by our players and look forward to many more months of successful collaboration with a leading partner,” he added.

The Stake studio follows similar tailored installations from Pragmatic Play for operator partners including 888, Betway, Kindred Group and Mansion.

Pragmatic Play COO Irina Cornides said: “We are delighted by how our partnership with Stake has materialised as it allows us to maintain our growth as a leading provider of unique live casino environments.

“The opportunity to deliver a branded studio that elevates the betting experience of Stake customers is one that we couldn’t shy away from, and we expect the new facility to be well received,” she added.

In other news, Pragmatic Play sister brand Pragmatic Solutions has successfully powered the regulated online gambling launch of a new Jokerstar Casino brand in Germany.

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