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SkillOnNet Bolsters Portfolio with GameArt Integration

SkillOnNet, the state-of-the-art platform behind some of Europe’s fastest-growing online casino brands, has strengthened its already impressive game portfolio with titles from GameArt.

The integration adds more than 50 slots to the SkillOnNet portfolio, which now stands at around 1,200 games from all the major suppliers such as Microgaming, NetEnt and Yggdrasil Gaming.

The addition of GameArt to the SkillOnNet portfolio means that the supplier’s operator partners will now gain access to exciting and engaging slots such as Flaming Reels, Slot of Money, Money Farm 2, Tiger Heart, and its latest release, 4 Symbols.

Michael Golembo from SkillOnNet, said: “We constantly add quality content to our portfolio so that our partners have the widest choice of games available to them. A part of this is understanding the slots that are popular in certain markets, and ensuring we offer them.

“By integrating content from GameArt, we are able to add more firepower to our portfolio, while continuing to strike the right balance between quality and quantity.”

GameArt co-founder and CTO, Saverio Castellano, said: “SkillOnNet is the driving force behind award-winning sites PlayOJO.com and DrueckGlueck.com, and with our gaming content proven with players and operators alike, we’re confident SkillOnNet’s licensees will also benefit from this popularity.”

About SkillOnNet:

SkillOnNet provides the state of the art technology behind some of Europe’s hottest online casino brands including PlayOJO, DrueckGlueck, SlotsMagic, Mega, PlayMillion, QueenVegas, Casinoandfreinds and LuckyNiki. Its platform includes more than 1,200 slots and table games from suppliers such as Microgaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil Gaming, Merkur Gaming and Big Time Gaming. 

About GameArt:

GameArt is a premium developer of slot games to the online and land-based gaming industry, including leading online operators, video-lottery suppliers and casino game machine manufacturers.

New licensees include established operators looking to expand or diversify their games offering, fast-growing challenger-brands looking to increase market-share, and start-up operators, including those targeting newly-regulated markets.

GameArt’s core technology provides a true multiplatform capability and its game management system provides licensees extensive integration options, high-level bonus and CRM capabilities, plus predictive business intelligence tools to help maximise game-player retention and improve ROI.

GameArt maintains its game design, platform development and marketing teams from offices in Slovenia, Italy, Malta and Serbia. www.gameart.net

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