SkillOnNet has announced an enhancement of its casino software platform, after agreeing a fresh deal with independent casino games developer Thunderkick, which will integrate its portfolio of titles.
Encompassing a portfolio of “bold, vibrant and colourful slots,” the integration takes the suite of SkillOnNet titles to in excess of 1,400, with players also able to utilise an “AI-powered super-smart game recommendation engine,” to help users find the right game for them.
Via the new deal, players at various SkillOnNet powered online casinos, including PlayOJO, DrückGlück and the recently launched AhtiGames and Cozino, will be able to access titles such as Esqueleto Explosivo and Flame Busters.
Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director at SkillOnNet, said: “Thunderkick designs and develops some of the most creative and visually striking games on the market, that also deliver a compelling and engaging player experience.
“They are a strong addition to the SkillOnNet portfolio, and will be a roaring success with players across all of our online casino brands.”
Thunderkick, launched in 2012, has an aim of “developing games that pack a punch with stunning graphics, super-smooth gameplay and clear, crisp and authentic sound”.
A spokesperson for Thunderkick, added: “We are excited to see another operator take our content. Our content is in high-demand from operators and we are delighted to be welcoming SkillOnNet on board.
“SkillOnNet is an established name in the industry and we are certain our games will be well received by their players.”
This news follows a recent deal struck alongside Prime Gaming, which saw the casino platform provider chosen to launch its challenge brand LuckyMeSlots.co.uk.
The vacation themed offering focuses on players aged 30 and above in the UK, German and Nordic markets, aiming to give “a fun and friendly online casino environment”.