Relax Gaming Teams Up with SkillOnNet to Expand Reach
Online casino games provider Relax Gaming has expanded its reach through the recent integration of a selection of its proprietary content and titles by third-party partners on SkillOnNet’s gaming platform.
Under the terms of a content distribution deal between the two iGaming companies, SkillOnNet and its network of clients have gained access to online slots by Relax Gaming as well as by suppliers that are part of its Silver Bullet content program.
SkillOnNet’s platform currently powers a number of popular online casino brands, including Cozino, Lucky Niki, Miami Jackpots, and QueenVegas, among others. Players at these casinos as well as others that have harnessed the provider’s platform can now access some of Relax Gaming’s best performing titles, including Tumble Tumble and Money Train as well as newly released but already widely popular branded titles It’s Time and Let’s Get Ready to Rumble.
In addition to Relax Gaming’s in-house games, the deal also enables SkillOnNet’s operator partners to add content by a number of up-and-coming gaming studios via Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet platform. These include the likes of Electric Elephant, Sapphire Gaming, Max Win, Northern Lights Games, and STHLM, among others.
SkillOnNet’s platform currently offers to its operator partners access to more than 3,000 slot, table, and live dealer games from some of the best developers and studios in the industry.
Striking the Right Balance Between Quantity and Quality
Commenting on the recent addition of Relax Gaming titles as well as games delivered through smaller Silver Bullet studios, SkillOnNet’s Michael Golembo said that they go to great lengths to “strike the right balance between quantity and quality of content” and that Relax Gaming delivers on both accounts with its sizable, best-in-class suite of slot games.
Mr. Golembo added that they are positive the newly integrated content on their platform will prove to be a big hit with their operator partners as well as players.
Relax Gaming CCO Daniel Eskola commented that their partnership with SkillOnNet was a particularly important one as it enabled them to provide their suite of original and branded titles to more operators and casino aficionados than ever before.
Mr. Eskola also pointed out that since SkillOnNet powers a number of major online casinos, they are thrilled that their Silver Bullet partners will assume their place in the game lobbies of the likes of PlayOJO and AHTI Games for the very first time.
The SkillOnNet partnership was the latest of a series of important deals inked by Relax Gaming in recent months. In November, the company extended its partnership with Big Time Gaming (BGT), the online gambling solutions provider behind the hugely successful Megaways mechanic.
The extended partnership gives Relax Gaming and its content aggregation platform access to hit classics Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and White Rabbit, along with new release Kingmaker.
Relax Gaming and BTG signed their original agreement in 2018. That first deal included the addition of BTG content on Relax Gaming’s platform and permission for the latter’s Silver Bullet partners to use the Megaways innovation.
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