MGA Games has announced a distribution agreement with SkillOnNet, which the company describes as “one more step” in its “Act Local, Think Local” strategy for entering a number of newly controlled markets.
The agreement comes after the developer signed a deal to provide content for Pokerstars Spanish offering earlier this week. This new link-up, will see its suite of games integrated with the SkillOnNet network.
Greater Spanish market depth and new markets
According to MGA Games, the agreement would allow for greater depth in the Spanish market as well as entry into new markets such as Portugal, the Netherlands, and Mexico.
MGA Games’ CEO and founder, Joan Sanahuja, said of the collaboration: “The agreement with SkillOnNet is one more step in the plan to expand into new markets that we have identified for 2021. In this plan, the location continues to be our differential element.
“At MGA Games, we adhere to our ‘Act Local, Think Global’ concept, with the view to becoming the main provider of localised digital content for global operators in the sector.”
Variety of brands
The supplier’s content will be sold to a variety of brands, including PlayOJO, Bacana Play in Portugal, and PlayUZU in Spain, as part of the agreement.
SkillOnNet will welcome the newest MGA Games productions as well as its Spanish celebrity series to Spain. Other brands will depend on the MGA Games celebrities formula, which focuses on well-known local personalities, according to the igaming maker.
SkillOnNet’s sales and marketing director, Michael Golembo, added: “MGA Games productions stand out for their high quality and understanding of operators and players’ preferences in each market.
“Something that we value very much at SkillOnNet. We are sure our users will be delighted with the new content and that they’ll be enthusiastic about its characters, prizes and ease of use.”