SkillonNet launches casino platform

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Andy Andrew

Software supplier SkillOnNet has announced the release of its updated mobile casino platform via its flagship European brand EUcasino and UK facing success SlotsMagic.co.uk. All licensees and white label customers will launch their mobile casinos throughout this week and next with a final global release date set for the first week of February.

In a strong signal of intent just before ICE in London next week, SkillOnNet has adapted the casino platform for mobile users after of the success of beta testing. The move toward fully compatible and optimized mobile sites is in keeping with one of the central tenants of SkillOnNet’s 2015 strategy.

Andy Andrew of SkillOnNet said it was vital that the entire gaming industry harness the power of mobile in order to stay at the forefront of consumer’s minds.

He added: “We’ve always been one of the first movers in the mobile space and are therefore delighted to bring our already hugely popular casino brands to players using smartphones and tablets.”

“Consumers want to play their favourite games where they want and when they want. Mobile compatibility will be essential going forward and we aim to be in the vanguard of this push.”

‘’On the B2B side, we are delighted to be able to include mobile in our offer to future white label customers and licensees of our games.’’

SkillOnNet’s SlotsMagic was created following SkillOnNet’s acquisition of UK site Jackpot Party in 2014 In addition to operating their own casinos, SkillOnNet’s provide over 50 proprietary slot and table games to its white label partners, along with games from Net Entertainment, WMS, Amaya, and NextGen Gaming.

The supplier will soon boast the widest selection of live casino products on the market, when offerings from Evolution Gaming andXProGaming are boosted by further content from Amaya and Net Entertainment.

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