Agreement will see popular games distributed to white label partners

SkillOnNet & NetEnt(London, November 20th, 2014 :: Press release) – Software provider SkillOnNet has signed an agreement to host the full suite of Net Entertainment’s popular online slots.

The multi-year deal will see the Swedish supplier’s iconic games, including their latest slot South Park: Reel Chaos, displayed on popular sites including EUcasino, CasinoRedKings and SlotsMagic.

They will also be made available to an increasing number of white label casinos that benefit from over 50 proprietary SkillOnNet slot and table games, as well as aggregated content from WMS, Amaya and NextGen Gaming.

Andy Andrew, of SkillOnNet, said the deal was the first of many on the horizon as the company looks to scale up its B2B operations following the success of their consumer-facing desktop and mobile content.

He added: “We’re thrilled to agree a partnership with NetEnt, whose games are now a must have on any casino. They have an impressive track record of appealing to a wide range of customers in a number of territories. We’re looking forward to adding their titles to our existing line-up and are confident that the deal will form the foundation of many important commercial relationships agreed in the coming months.”

About SkillOnNet:
SkillOnNet is one of the leading software providers in the online gaming industry. Using cutting edge graphics and design, proprietary back-end systems, and a first-class development and distribution service, it powers some of the world’s biggest online casino operators including EUcasino, PlayMillion, CasinoRedKings, MegaCasino and SlotsMagic (formally Jackpot Party).

Their offering includes over 50 proprietary slots titles with up to 50 line bets, bonus games, and two progressive slot titles: Millionaire Genie and Good & Evil. They also provide a host of Live Casino games from leading providers such as Evolution, Amaya and Net Entertainment. The company has licenses in the UK, Malta, Denmark and Schleswig Holstein

SkillOnNet tie up Net Entertainment Partnership