Leading casino operator SkillOnNet has announced a brand new content agreement with game developer Push Gaming.
The casino operator announced the new partnership with Push Gaming this week, revealing that under the agreement, Push Gaming’s entire catalogue of casino games has now been made available at all of SkillOnNet’s casino brands.
Some of the games that are now available at SkillOnNet casino sites include Razor Shark, Mystery Museum, Wild Swarm, Fat Rabbit, Blaze Of Ra, Jammin’ Jars, The Shadow Order, Tiki Tumble, Immortal Guild, and dozens more.
The agreement means SkillOnNet casinos now offer players more than 3,500 casino and bingo games from various developers. This gigantic catalogue of content is available at brands such as PlayOJO Casino, Spin Genie, the recently launched PlayToro, Queen Vegas, Metal Casino, 44Aces, Lucky Vegas, Bacanaplay, and many more.
In addition to the wide selection of casino games available at SkillOnNet casinos, players who register will also be able to enjoy localised currencies, cutting edge responsible and safer gambling tools, numerous payment options, an extensive loyalty programme, as well as regular slot tournaments and daily promotions.
Push Gaming, which was founded in 2010, has developed a solid reputation for its high-quality and mobile-friendly casino games that offer players a fun and thrilling experience through a combination of stunning visuals and exciting gameplay mechanics.
Michael Golembo of SkillOnNet said of the agreement: “We go to great lengths to offer our operator partners the widest selection of quality online casino content and in that regard Push Gaming is an excellent addition to our already impressive portfolio.
“They are responsible for some of the most successful online slot games over the past 12 months, including smash hits such as Razon Shark and Joker Troupe, and we believe they will prove to be incredibly popular with players across our network of casino brands.”
Fiona Hickey, the Head of Sales at Push Gaming, added: “SkillOnNet powers some of the most popular online casino brands in regulated markets across Europe so integrating our full suite of games into its portfolio is a major milestone for Push Gaming.
“The partnership means that our games are made available at more casinos than ever before and that players across the whole network can enjoy the exciting and entertaining experience our slots provide and that we have built our reputation on.”
The news comes after SkillOnNet made headlines in December 2020 for launching new online casino PlayToro in the UK, Sweden, Denmark, and Malta, and after it launched its The Masked Singer UK licensed casino site and bingo room.
In the same month, SkillOnNet announced content partnerships with game developers Booming Games and Authentic Gaming, helping to grow the selection of casino games available at its critically acclaimed casino brands.
News of Push Gaming’s agreement with SkillOnNet comes in the same week Yggdrasil has announced two new partnerships with other game developers for fresh casino game content.
On Monday (February 1st), Yggdrasil announced the launch of its first-ever Infinity Reelz slot GIZA in partnership with game developer ReelPlay, one of the many studios that are signed with the YG Masters programme.
The game, which utilises Yggdrasil’s GATI technology, is ReelPlay’s second title developed through the YG Masters programme and is based on an Ancient Egyptian theme. It uses the Infinity Reels mechanic in which each spin offers the chance to add new reels onto the slot for bigger rewards and better chances at triggering the giant jackpot on the 15th reel.
GIZA Infinity Reels also includes multipliers, a free spins mode, wild symbols which substitute for other symbols, scatter symbols, and a risk and gamble feature where you can potentially double your winnings or risk everything.
Stuart McCarthy, the Head of Partner Programmes at Yggdrasil, said in a statement: “The release of GIZA Infinity Reels through our YG Masters programme offers players another captivating game experience for the new year.
“The intricate artwork and immersive soundtrack provided by ReelPlay blend effortlessly with the fast pace of the game, which will leave players across the world delighted with their in-game experience. It is yet another title which was built using our proven GATI technology which allows Masters studios to quickly develop content followed by rapid distribution into global markets.”
David Johnson, the CCO at ReelPlay, added: “GIZA Infinity Reels marks our second launch collaboration with Yggdrasil through the YG Masters programme. Yggdrasil’s inventive GATI technology ensures that ReelPlay content will continue to reach new audiences around the globe.”
What’s more, Yggdrasil has also announced a new partnership with YG Masters partner Reflex Gaming, allowing the developer to develop new content using Yggdrasil’s proprietary mechanic Gigablox.
According to Intergameonline.com, Yggdrasil’s Gigablox mechanic has been featured in several critically acclaimed games. The mechanic allows dynamic reels to generate blocks of up to 6×6, helping players create giant wins while offering unpredictable gameplay.
Under the new partnership, Reflex Gaming becomes the third games studio under the YG Masters programme to be allowed to develop content with Yggdrasil’s Gigablox mechanic. The other partners are DreamTech Gaming and Bang Bang Games.
Gigablox is one of Yggdrasil’s three unique mechanics which its YG Masters partners can develop games with. The mechanics, which also include MultiMAX and Splitz, were created to drive player engagement and retention levels and have so far been a huge success for the firm.
Stuart McCarthy of Yggdrasil said in a statement: “By offering our proven mechanics to our YG Masters partners they can launch new games knowing they will appeal to global players. YG Masters help our partners rapidly develop content for distribution to our vast operator network, while within our framework offering, studios can elevate their portfolios even further.”