Finnish iGaming Operator Finlandia Casino Added To SkillOnNet

Finnish igaming operator Finlandia Casino has moved to SkillOnNet as the company strives to provide players with “a superior experience.”

By aligning with the online casino platform provider, which states that Finland “will undoubtedly improve its overall player experience,” the operator can use a portfolio of over 3,000 slots, jackpot, casino, table and liver dealer titles.

Besides games from providers such as Microgaming, Big Time Gaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil Gaming, Play’n GO, Quickspin, Thunderkick and Elk, SkillOnNet also offers a range of regional payment options, round-the-clock customer support, 24/7 slot tournaments and amazing reward promotions.

Matti Pekkanen, CEO of Finlandia Casino, explained: “We are dedicated to providing our customers with the best experience which is why we have joined forced with SkillOnNet.

“Together we can continue to serve our valued customers with a marketed leading online casino, offering them a high-quality platform with new features and a secure playing environment.

“Partnering with SkillOnNet will also give us the opportunity to deploy more localised features and promotions tailored to our players.

“As a brand built on Finnish trustworthiness, safety and security, our customers can expect to enjoy the best playing environment following our migration to SkillOnNet.”

SkillOnNet, which has control over a number of brands including PlayOJO and Miami Jackpots, sees Finlandia Casino as the latest addition to its growing roster.

Jerry Land, SkillOnNet’s VP for B2B solutions, added: “While more and more platform providers are looking to shut down their white label offering, SkillOnNet continues to add new online casinos to its growing roster of brands and we are delighted to welcome Finlandia onboard.

“Unlike other platform providers, we have the right systems in place to increase margins for our partners while holding licences in most of the major European markets. This is why Finlandia took the decision to migrate from its old platform to SkillOnNet.”