SkillOnNet, the online casino software provider aims to take the “player experience to the next level,” after inking an exclusive contract to power and licence gaming brand Slingo.com.
The terms of the Gaming Realms parent company deal, will see Slingo expand its global footprint significantly by accessing new markets, as well as gaining access to more than 3,000 added titles from a variety of global developers.
Setting an ambition to continue the development of Slingo last year Gaming Realms, which created igaming titles like Slingo Rainbow Riches, Slingo Extreme and Slingo XXXtreme, praised “a major new chapter in the Slingo story.”
Whilst it continues to offer the titles alongside “a huge expansion of choice” from the SkillOnNet portfolio, Slingo.com will be marketed and operated by Prime Gaming network operator SkillOnNet, which owns brands such as MegaCasino.com and ICE36.com.
Gaming Realms Chief Financial Officer Mark Segal said of the new link-up: “SkillOnNet is behind some of the most successful online casino brands in the world and we wanted to leverage its technology and experience to drive Slingo.com forwards.
“Through SkillOnNet’s platform and licences we know slingo.com can operate in new markets around the world with utmost compliance. This marks the start of a new chapter for Slingo.com, one that we believe will be a great success for the brand.”
This represents the latest in a string of agreements for SkillOnNet as the company aims to continue growing its footprint within the online gaming space.
Michael Golembo, director of sales and marketing at SkillOnNet, commented: “With the coming together of SkillOnNet, Gaming Realms and Prime Gaming, it feels like we’re putting together an online gaming supergroup. The level of industry experience among these three companies is pretty amazing, and I know together we will build something quite special.
“Slingo.com has a large and loyal player base and we want to assure those players that we won’t be messing with their favourite games, but we will be working hard to offer them a more vibrant and vital gaming experience.”