SkillOnNet enters new realm with latest developer integration

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SkillOnNet, the award winning casino software platform behind some of the world’s most successful online casino brands, has added innovative and unique content to its portfolio via a newly-signed partnership with Gaming Realms.

Under the deal, operators powered by the SkillOnNet platform, which include PlayOJO, AhtiGames and Cozino, can now access the developer’s wide range of mobile-optimised titles, including hybrid casino/bingo/instant win games from its Slingo Originals subsidiary.

Operators will also be able to offer their players popular real money titles including the Which Bingo 2018 Award winning Slot for Innovation, Slingo Rainbow Riches, as well as branded titles Slingo Love Island, Slingo Britain’s Got Talent and Slingo X Factor.

The integration takes the total number of games available through the SkillOnNet platform/game portfolio to over 1,600, including titles from all the tier one high-profile slots developers in the casino industry.

To help players find the right games for them, SkillOnNet has developed a super-smart artificial intelligence game recommendation engine that puts titles in front of players based on factors including player activity, launch date and country popularity.

Michael Golembo, from SkillOnNet, said: “We are always looking to offer our operator partners unique and innovative content, and Gaming Reals certainly delivers this through its real money gaming titles, and in particular its Slingo Originals subsidiary.

“Gaming Realms’ titles have also been designed and developed with a mobile first approach, which means they deliver a thrilling and compelling experience across all devices, but particularly on smartphone and tablets.”

Patrick Southon, CEO of Gaming Realms, commented: “Teaming up with SkillOnNet presents a fantastic opportunity for Slingo Originals content to reach new players. SkillOnNet powers some of the hottest online casino brands in the world and we are delighted to be able to offer our games through this partnership.”