Malta-licensed online casino operator and supplier SkillOnNet has signed a deal to provide its software platform and full suite of games to

The agreement will see expand its gaming content by moving from the Microgaming Quickfire platform to SkillOnNet’s platform, which features an extensive library of both proprietary and aggregated games.

SkillOnNet’s head of product and B2B manager Andy Andrew said that the agreement was a “real coup” and an important continuation of SkillOnNet’s increased B2B offering.

“We’re thrilled to announce the agreement with and look forward to working with them to offer an even better experience for their current players,” he said. “This deal is the first of many in the year ahead.

“We’ve already begun migrating players over to the new platform and the initial results are very positive indeed. We’re expecting the relationship to be successful in the short, medium and long term for both parties.”

SkillOnNet said that the move will focus on additional content that is already popular with the Danish gaming market, where PrimeCasino boasts a strong presence.

The company will also work with to enable the site to offer a download solution, as well as web and mobile capabilities. The website also features games from the likes of WMS, Amaya, NextGen and Aristocrat among others.