SkillOnNet to Offer Microgaming Titles

Internet Gaming group SkillOnNet has announced that it has signed a content supply deal with Microgaming, and will offer the developer's games on its platform.

The content will see a limited selection of Microgaming titles being offered on the platform, which will in turn be offered on the sites PlayMillion, VegasWinner, QueenVegas, EUCasino.com, Megacasino, DrueckGlueck, and SlotsMagic. Games included in the deal include Mega Moolah, Terminator 2, Jurassic Park, Bridesmaids, Avalon II, and Thunderstruck, as well as others.

Commenting on the deal SkillOnNet Director of Sales Michael Golembo said, "We are delighted to now offer Microgaming games to our players, via the Quickfire platform; their huge catalogue of online slots, together with the industry's largest progressive jackpot slots network, will take our casinos to a new level in both desktop and online mobile content."

Microgaming's Andrew Clucas also commented on the deal, noting: "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."

No details on the timeframe for the launch of the games has been given as of press time.

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26 October 2016 - 11:42pm
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I think Microgaming library or at least part of it's almost compulsory addition to every self respected casino site so that couldn't be a bad deal for SkillOnNet.

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I think it was a really smart move as Microgaming are one of the leaders in the gaming industry.