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Leading supplier to use consumer expertise to help prospective owners in regulated markets

  • 23 Jan 2015
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London, January, 2015 – SkillOnNet will be showcasing one of the most comprehensive casino white label products on the market when it exhibits at ICE next month, as well as its brand new mobile casino platform.
The company, best-known for running a string of successful consumer-facing online sites, is currently rolling out a number of joint ventures in regulated markets.
These include two white label casinos in Denmark and another in Sweden, while discussions are on-going with others in the UK and Germany.
Operators visiting them on stand N6-222 ExCeL will now be able to licence SkillOnNet’s full suite of online casino games for the first time via their B2B service.
As well as producing over 50 proprietary table and slots games, they aggregate content from leading suppliers including WMS, Amaya and NextGen Gaming.
Following a number of recent deals they have also added Net Entertainment’s games to their offering and partnered with Evolution Gaming to deliver their live casino products.
Evolution’s games, including the award-winning Immersive Roulette, now accompanies XPro Gaming’s live content and will be joined in the next few months by more live games from Amaya and Net Ent.
This unprecedented range of live products will feature on SkillOnNet’s popular web-based casinos, including SlotsMagic, Casino RedKings, and EUcasino, with mobile versions coming soon.
But it will also be available via partnerships that will allow operators to benefit from SkillOnNet’s B2C expertise, as well as their licences in Malta, Schleswig Holstein, Denmark and the UK.
As a result, the company’s Andy Andrew is looking forward to welcoming delegates to their stand.
He said: “Our recent agreements give us one of the best portfolios of games anywhere in the betting and gaming world. I’m sure that that, coupled with our experience, will be very attractive to operators both old and new.”
“We are growing very quickly on the B2C and B2B sides, but are keen to maintain momentum and speak to as many delegates as possible to see how we might be able to help grow their businesses.”
SkillOnNet has a background in creating games with cutting edge graphics and design and providing software via a first-class development and distribution service, in addition to proprietary back-end systems, that power some of the world’s biggest online casino operators.
In February 2014 they acquired the popular Jackpot Party site and migrated its large player database to a newly created site,
Yet the success of the acquisition has now increased the appetite of Andrew and his team to seek out further deals with prospective partners, particularly in emerging, regulated markets.
He added: “We can’t wait to discuss opportunities at ICE because there is so much happening in online gaming all around the world.”
“So many markets are opening up that we can help in, not just from a licensing point of view, but also when it comes to taxation and some of the other issues that make new territories tough nuts to crack.”
“We’re in an almost unique position of being a successful operator and supplier in numerous countries and can offer joint ventures that can help operators be much more profitable.”
For more information on this release or to arrange an interview with Andy Andrew please contact Robin Hutchison at Square in the Air on 0203 586 8272 or 07968 124 132, or

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