SkillOnNet targets new markets through Net Entertainment deal

SkillOnNet targets new markets through Net Entertainment deal

Friday, November 21, 2014 Totally Gaming

SkillOnNet’s new partnership with game provider Net Entertainment will help the online gaming software provider to break into new markets, the company’s head of marketing Michael Golembo has told TotallyGaming.com.

Under the multi-year deal, SkillOnNet will host the full suite of Net Entertainment’s online slots on websites such as EUcasino, CasinoRedKings and SlotsMagic.

They will also be made available to an increasing number of white label casinos that have more than 50 proprietary SkillOnNet slot and table games, as well as aggregated content from WMS, Amaya and NextGen Gaming.

“The tie-up with Net Ent allows us to really attack markets where they already have a loyal following,” Golembo told TotallyGaming.com.

“The popularity of their games will also give us the ammunition to really break through in new markets as well.

“Their games are now a must have for online casinos and slot sites and adding them to our proprietary games and the others we aggregate is a winning combination in any market.”

SkillOnNet said that the deal is the first of many on the horizon as the company looks to scale up its B2B operations following the success of their consumer-facing desktop and mobile content.

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