Crypto-focused sportsbook and casino Stake.com has entered into a partnership with online gaming provider Aspire Global ahead of its launch in the British regulated market. The agreement covers Aspire Global’s entire proprietary offering - platform, sportsbook, games, game aggregator and managed services.
Stake.com has taken major steps to expand outside the UK with considerable international marketing and branding strategies. It became the first official gambling partner of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in Latin America and Asia.
The operator was established in 2017 and provides an innovative sportsbook and casino product with more than 30 billion bets every year. It is worth mentioning that it has partnered up with famous UFC fighters Israel Adesanya and Francis Ngannou and both of them act as brand ambassadors in their respective weight divisions.
CEO of Stake.com, Mladen Vuckovic, said: “When we planned our expansion to the regulated UK market, we searched for a partner who can provide the entire igaming offering and is renowned for its technology, expertise and products. Aspire Global met our high standards and will offer our players a unique experience across multiple verticals. We look forward to continuing our expansion together with Aspire Global.”
On the opposite side, Tsachi Maimon, CEO at Aspire Global, stated: “We are thrilled to partner with such a strong, fast-growing brand as Stake.com which provides an innovative gaming experience. This partnership is yet another proof of the strength and attractiveness in our complete iGaming offering. We look forward to supporting Stake.com in further strengthening its position as a fast-growing, innovative igaming company in the large UK market.”
Why choose Stake.com
- 95% overall live betting payout
- 500,000 pre-match events/year
- 100+ extra bets on top footy events
- Livestream on eSports and minor events
- Super low minimum bet
- 100% provably fair games
- Two-factor authentication
- 24/7 CS
Crypto sportsbooks are on the rise in the last few years and Stake.com is the last very promising addition. The sports betting section has been launched in 2020 and is normal to have some glitches, especially in live betting. The sportsbook is developed in-house, provides top odds on the major football leagues, but is not very competitive on the minor competitions. Stake has invested a lot in the community which is super helpful and efficient, while the website's interface is sleek and smooth. However, these are not the key reasons to pick a bookie. What I find more important is the group's financial backup and betting in anonymity. Stake succeeds in both. I expect much further improvement, in terms of betting experience, like quicker and more accurate bet settlements or adding handy feats such as Bet Builder and Partial Cash Out.
I will be patient before I wholly endorse them, they seem like they have the full potential.