International Game Technology PLC (IGT) has inked a deal with SkillOnNet (SON) platform on providing 75 slot titles from its impressive repertoire of games to the operator clients of the latter firm.
The up and coming casino software platform and white-label supplier has recently partnered with PlayOjo Casino, and seems to be carrying on with ground-breaking deals.
The contract sees many fan favourites such as Cleopatra, Pharaohs Fortune and Da Vinci Diamonds making home in the midst of casino brands powered by SON, that include the abovementioned PlayOjo, German’s most loved DrückGlück, as well as the newcomers to the iGaming industry AhtiGames and Cozino.
The deal takes the total number of slots available in SON’s lobby to more than a mesmerising 1,600, including popular slots and casino table games supplied by premium manufacturers such as Microgaming, NetEnt and Yggdrasil Games.
Michael Golembo, the SkillOnNet spokesperson, praised IGT as one the most prominent and respected suppliers on the market, and said that his company is excited to “be able to offer our operator partners their full suite of chart-topping slots”.
Furthermore, Golembo went on to add that IGT’s fan favourites like Da Vinci Diamonds and Cleopatra “have global appeal, and are a must for [their] casinos” and are just what SON needs to engage and entertain their clients with both old and new content.
An IGT representative commented that IGT is always looking for new opportunities to “expand [their] network in Europe” and deems SON to be ideal. According to the spokesperson, SkillOnNet will give IGT access “to an entirely new player base via its award-winning operator sites” and aid it in fulfilling its goal of continual growth.
Likewise, Golembo highlighted that SkillOnNet shares the same attitude towards the new partnership.
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