iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play announced Tuesday it has partnered with Live Casino operator Stake to deliver a purpose-built dedicated studio.
The agreement will see the supplier build a 12-table studio replete with Stake branding, to deliver an immersive Live Casino experience. Included in the space will be 10 blackjack tables, one specifically for roulette, and speed baccarat.
Stake is a community-based betting platform that quickly established itself as a cryptocurrency sportsbook and casino. Its footprint includes markets such as Canada, Brazil and more.
The deal follows similar agreements with Kindred, 1xbet, 888 and Mansion to deliver dedicated Live dealer studios.
Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, spoke in an official press release about this new partnership and said: "Stake is a major emerging force in the iGaming landscape, growing markedly since its launch in 2017 to swiftly become a global name. We're very pleased they've partnered with us to create a dedicated Live Casino studio, and we are excited by the opportunity to deliver an environment worthy of the Stake brand."
Stake Co-founder, Edward Craven, added: "As a leading supplier in the Live Casino space, Pragmatic Play's commitment to ensuring our every need is met was a key element in powering this deal. Its dedicated studios have performed well with major brands in regulated markets all over the world, and this is an important step forward for us. We look forward to it going live and really highlighting the unique capabilities of our brand."
Pragmatic Play currently produces up to six new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.