Stakelogic Live, the live casino division of popular online casino content provider, Stakelogic, has kick-started a massive recruitment drive in Malta where it is looking to add more than 100 game presenters to its fast-growing team.
Stakelogic announced the launch of its live casino arm earlier in the year, and now it is scaling the business with more tables and more highly trained dealers as part of efforts to become the number one live casino content provider in the market.
All Stakelogic Live games have been designed and developed in-house and are streamed from a state-of-the-art studio in Birkirkara, Malta, which also includes high-definition cameras, powerful microphones and the latest broadcast technologies to deliver a superior player experience.
Stakelogic Live currently offers multiple tables across roulette, blackjack, game shows and baccarat with plans to rapidly scale its operation over the coming months.
Each table is set against a glamourous and opulent background and is run by a highly trained dealer.
Dealers host the game and interact with players to create an authentic, real-world casino environment but with the convenience of online play. Stakelogic Live is calling on game presenters interested in joining its team to get in touch.
The launch of the recruitment comes shortly after Stakelogic Live debuted a brand-new corporate website as part of wider efforts to capture the company’s transition from a B2B slot studio to a provider of casino content for all stakeholders including players.
Anthony Sammut, Head of Stakelogic Live, said: “This is a massive recruitment drive and showcases our commitment to the live casino vertical where we plan to take the market by storm in the exact same way as we have done with our modern video slot and classic slot games.”
“We believe that the quality of our game presenters is a major factor in what sets our live casino content apart from our rivals and that is why we are looking to work with the absolute best dealers in the business.”
“If you think you fit the bill, then please do get in touch.”