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Super Spade Games Announces First African Live Game Studio

By: Staff Writer, January 4, 2021
Super Spade Games opens studios for live casinos in Africa

Super Spade Games opens studios for live casinos in Africa

Super Spade Games, a renowned live gaming software provider, has recently announced that they will be opening a new streaming studio in Africa. The plan is to turn it into an independently-operated studio catering to the growing African market. Either way, this will be the first such operation on the entire continent.

Super Spade’s Growing Ambitions

Interestingly, this company already operates two fully-functional live table games studios, mostly focued on the European market. A few months back, they also announced an Asian studio to be launched in 2021. It seems Super Spade will be doubling their operation in the new decade, which should bring a lot of options for international players.

However, the launch date for the Asian studio is a bit murky, described simply as mid-2021. It seems the African studio will be open for business much earlier than that – Q1 2021. This will not only expand their capacity to new heights but expose them to an untapped new market.

Africa and the Future of Live Gaming

The past few years’ we’ve seen unprecedented levels of rapid expansion into new world markets. Just a few years ago, Europe and the UK were the end-all-be-all target audience for gaming providers. In the meantime, they’ve discovered the enormous potential of markets like India. As a direct result, you can find games like Andar Bahar or Teen Patti on every top live casino out there.

That’s why such breakthroughs in new markets can be so exciting. They can change the industry and give more options for all of us!

SSG’s co-founder Albert Climent addressed this himself:

“Besides providing very solid career opportunities locally, we are planning in the mid-term to offer customized games for the African customer, with special focus on West and East Africa. We are very excited, and we hope that with this new studio, we can expand and offer our services to additional partners.”

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