The SkillOnNet platform has been chosen to power KnightSlots, a new igaming brand that has been released in selected worldwide jurisdictions and gives players access to more than 3,000 games.
KnightSlots provides a range of online slots and casino games from developers such as Big Time Gaming, NetEnt, Red Tiger, and Pragmatic Play, as well as table games, live casino, and instant win scratch cards.
The platform also enables the operator to provide instant deposits and quick withdrawals to players with a variety of payment options, including Visa , Mastercard, PayPal, Skrill , Neteller, Pacificward and Trustly.
In addition, players will also be able to use a loyalty programme, slots tournaments and reel races around the clock, plus dedicated 24/7 customer service agents will be on hand.
At KnightSlots, a spokesman explained: “We are excited to partner with a forward-thinking and fast-growing provider like SkillOnNet which has quickly developed an unrivalled reputation for excellence. We will use its technology to take our players on a medieval experience like no other.
“I’d like to thank the SkillOnNet team for all the support and assistance they have provided in bringing our vision for KnightSlots to life and look forward to a long and successful partnership together.”
This new deal for the provider of the online casino platform follows a range of recent deals entered into by the company since the beginning of the year, with Finlandia Casino and Prime Gaming migrating to SkillOnNet.
Jerry Property, SkillOnNet vice president of B2B solutions, said of the new agreement: “I am delighted to welcome KnightSlots to the SkillOnNet family and for us to be the driving force behind the operator offering players a top-rated online casino experience where fun and entertainment are the main focus.
“KnightSlots has all the ingredients to be a hugely successful online casino, including a unique brand, a great selection of games, safe and secure payments and excellent customer support and we look forward to helping the brand stake its claim to the throne.”