Stakelogic and Grand Casino Baden Team up to Conquer the Market

Dutch state-of-the-art slot content developer Stakelogic has signed a partnership agreement with Grand Casino Baden, whereby its products will now be added to the Swiss casino brand This agreement will allow both companies to expand their presence in this market.

Players of this expanding operator will be able to enjoy new and exciting games like Voodoo Reels, Candyways Bonanza Megaways, Super Joker Megaways and other recently released titles.

Grand Casino Baden is rapidly expanding to other jurisdictions and continues to add innovative content from the most recognized iGaming brands in the industry.

The group now has full access to the developer’s full portfolio of classic slots and new age editions, including brand name titles. Each of these products can be tested by customers. In recent months, the operator has entered into various integration agreements to further improve its content.

An unbeatable gaming experience

Its goal is to become a market leader by offering quality service to customers who visit the website. There they can get an unmatched online casino experience, supported by a great promotional program for first time visiting players, along with secure payment at the highest rates.

In addition to the quality of the content, the casino has a powerful platform designed with an increasingly demanding gaming market in mind, provided by Gamanza, the leading online gaming technology company in that regulated market.

The most popular Stakelogic games hosted on the operator platform include some of the provider’s most successful titles:

Book of Cleopatra, Book of Adventure and the branded titles Rambo Stallone and The Expendables Megaways. Other games included in the studio’s latest deal are Serengeti Wilds and the adventurers Gods of Secrecy.

Games with cutting-edge features and technologies

Stakelogic has a worldwide reputation as one of the most innovative and expert creative studios in the iGaming industry. To the point that it is among the top 10 online casino game developers in the world. Their games come packed with cutting-edge features and technologies like Super Stake.

In addition, the mechanics of the slot machines allow players to “effectively double their bet” on almost all bets, as well as to obtain extremely high winning combinations.

All titles are produced under very high quality and value standards accompanied by spectacular designs and exquisite audio. This perfect combination of design, mechanics and engaging gameplay features, result in gameplay that is second to none in excitement.

A portfolio with something for everyone

“We are delighted to welcome Grand Casino Baden to the Stakelogic family and that players of its brand can enjoy the fun and excitement of our slot offering for the first time,” commented the Director of Sales for Stakelogic, Salvatore Marino.

“Our diverse portfolio of content offers something for everyone, whether a player prefers classic slots with an attractive base game or modern video slots packed with bonus features and at the higher end of the volatility scale,” Marino added.

And he said he was convinced that his games will become “a great success among players.”

“We look forward to seeing you make some of the potentially huge winnings that our slots can offer,” he said lastly.

Voodoo Reels, the latest sensational release

Marcel Tobler, director of online gaming operations at Grand Casio Baden, said:

“Stakelogic is a great addition to our games portfolio with its suite of amazing classic slots and video slot games. Their games have proven to be very popular in a wide range of markets and we believe they will also be a huge hit with our players at”

This week, the provider launched Voodoo Reels, an exciting game that transports players to a sinister house located right in the heart of Louisiana. It is a fascinating story with flickering candles, where magic and good make everything possible.


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