Metal Casino Adds Diversity To SkillOnNet With Switch

Since the igaming company Metal Casino decided to switch from the Gaming Innovation Group to the network provider, SkillOnNet has added more diversity to its burgeoning roster.

Metal Casino, which has been operated by GiG since joining the industry, will now turn to the same technology behind brands such as PlayOJO, Slingo.com and new casinos Swift Casino, PlayJango and RoyalBet to”take our offering to the next level” via the transfer.

Jerry Land, SkillOnNet vice president of B2B solutions, stated: “Metal Casino has quickly become one of the biggest brands in markets around the world and when they took the decision to leave GIG, there was fierce competition among platform providers to secure their partnership.

“That ultimately the Metal Casino team opted to partner with SkillOnNet is testament to the product and service we are able to provide operators, evidenced by the incredible success enjoyed by the other brands that use our technology.”

Following the success of Trustly ‘s Pay N Play in Sweden, Metal Casino has established a two-tier launch plan for Sweden , Finland and Germany, concentrating on the product. This also provides other countries, such as the UK, with a ‘standard’ registration and player participation casino, which also includes fast deposits and pay-outs.

Metal Casino boasts access from providers such as NetEnt, Big Time Gaming, Red Tiger, Pragmatic Play and many more to more than 3,000 slots, casino, instant win and live dealer names.

Pelle Wiman, CEO of Metal Casino said: “We want to provide our loyal army of metalheads with the best possible online casino experience in the world and to do that, we have to work with a technology partner that rocks and rolls just as much as we do.

“While GIG has done a great job of helping drive Metal Casino to the position it is in today, we want to take our offering to the next level and SkillOnNet is absolutely the best band member to help us do this. By joining forces, we will be a very tough act to follow.”