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Casino Network SkillOnNet Signs Deal With Slots Developer ELK Studios

By on Tuesday, 27 November 2018
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Leading casino network SkillOnNet has agreed to a partnership with games developer ELK Studios.

Under the deal, online casinos part of the SkillOnNet network, which includes PlayOJO, Cozino and more, will all begin providing ELK Studios’ catalogue of games.

ELK Studios is known for developing and releasing popular slot games such as Hong Kong Tower, Wild Toro, Ivanhoe as well as Taco Brothers, Electric Sam and much more, all of which will be available at SkillOnNet’s network of online casinos.

The slots developer is also renowned for combining elegant animations and advanced algorithms to provide an exciting experience to players across desktop, smartphone and tablet devices.

This agreement sees the number of games provided through SkillOnNet websites rise to 1,700.

In a statement, SkillOnNet’s Michael Golembo said: “SkillOnNet supplies some of the most popular online casino brands int he world and a big part of our success is the quality of the content we offer throughout portfolio.

“ELK Studios have captured player attention through hits like DJ Wild, Taco Brothers and Bloopers, and they are a fantastic addition to our offering.”

Yrsa Thunholm, the Sales Manager at ELK Studios, said: “It’s a great honour and privilege to team up with the award-winning company SkillOnNet.

“To be able to work with such an experienced software provider and white-label supplier gives us high hopes for a successful cooperation with consistent growth.”

A Growing Brand

The news comes just weeks after SkillOnNet, founded in 2005, struck a similar deal with IGT, one of the most successful online casino providers. Under their agreement, IGT slots such as Da Vinci Diamonds, Pharaohs Fortune and Cleopatra are all available on SkillOnNet’s casino network.

In addition to its ever-expanding portfolio of games, SkillOnNet recently developed an artificial intelligence game recommendation engine that positions titles based on several factors including player activity, launch date and country popularity.