Malta-licensed online casino operator and supplier SkillOnNet has expanded its content portfolio through a deal with Isle of Man-based gaming supplier Microgaming.
SkillOnNet, which powers online gaming sites including SlotsMagic, PlayMillion, VegasWinner and EUcasino.com, will integrate Microgaming’s Quickfire open platform to gain access to over 500 of the supplier’s games as well as third-party content.
"We are delighted to now offer Microgaming games to our players via the Quickfire platform," SkillOnNet director of sales and marekting Michael Golembo said.
"Their huge catalogue of games, together with the industry's largest progressive jackpot network, will take our casinos to a new level in both desktop and mobile content. We look forward to building a great relationship with Microgaming, the best and most experienced game provider of them all."
Andrew Clucas, director of Quickfire at Microgaming, added: "With over 10 online gaming sites under the SkillOnNet umbrella, through this agreement we are extending the reach of our content to new audiences.
"Microgaming has the largest portfolio of content in the marketplace, and with further innovative content being released each month, it's an exciting time for SkillOnNet and their casino players."