SkillOnNet to showcase new white label solution at ICE 2016

20 January 2016

(PRESS RELEASE) -- SkillOnNet will be presenting one of the most comprehensive casino white label products on the market plus all new features when exhibiting at ICE next month.

On display as well will be the latest build of their hugely successful mobile casino platform.

The company, best-known for its prolific production of proprietary slots and running a string of successful consumer-facing online sites off its own casino software, is currently rolling out a number of joint ventures in regulated markets including a first foray using their Schleswig Holstein License.

Operators visiting them on stand N6-222 ExCeL will be able to acquire a new casino for themselves or license the full suite of online casino games via the SkillOnNet B2B service.

As well as producing over 80 slots games under the new GVG label, they aggregate content from leading suppliers including WMS, Amaya ,NextGen, edict/Merkur , NetEnt and Microgaming.

Delivering live casino games with Evolution Gaming and Xpro the live casino products now account for a sizable chunk of the Group's revenues.

With an unprecedented range of slots, table games and live products new white label partners can expect to have the same back up and support given to SkillOnNet popular web-based casinos including SlotsMagic, Playmillion, Megacasino, EUcasino and newly launched

But it will also be available via partnerships that will allow operators to benefit from SkillOnNet's B2C expertise, as well as their licenses in Malta, Schleswig Holstein, Denmark and the UK.

As a result, the company's Andy Andrew is looking forward to welcoming delegates to their stand.

"Our recent agreements give us one of the best portfolios of games anywhere in the betting and gaming world," Andrew said. "I'm sure that that, coupled with our experience, will be very attractive to operators both old and new. We are looking for partners who are great at marketing and want to take advantage of our licenses and expertise.

"Our growth has been spectacular on both the B2C and B2B sides, but we are still hungry for more so we hope to speak to as many delegates as possible to see how we might be able to help grow their businesses."

SkillOnNet has a background in creating games with cutting edge graphics and design and providing software via a first-class development and distribution service, in addition to proprietary back-end systems, that power some of the world's biggest online casino operators.

With so many markets opening up and so many reaching maturity that we can help in, not just from a licensing point of view, but also when it comes to taxation and some of the other issues that make territories tough nuts to crack," Andrew added. "We're in an almost unique position of being a successful operator and supplier in numerous countries and can offer joint ventures that can help operators be much more profitable. We can't wait to discuss opportunities at ICE."

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