Quickspin has taken its suite of igaming content live with the SkillOnNet online casino brands, building upon an initial agreement entered earlier in the year.

As a result of the agreement, the Playtech owned online casino and platform services provider’s entire portfolio of titles is available for players of SkillOnNet’s casinos, including brands like PlayOJO, AHTIGames and latest entrant LuckyVegas.

Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director at SkillOnNet, said: “We have curated one of the largest game portfolios in the industry which will now be strengthened with the addition of Quickspin and their awesome games. 

“Quickspin is renowned for creating chart-topping slots that deliver a thrilling and exciting player experience and we are delighted to be able to offer them to our operator partners and their players.”

Players can now enjoy Quickspin games such as Sakura Fortune, Big Bad Wolf and Easter Emeralds, as well as new entrants like Sticky Bandits: Wild Return and reactor game Golden Glyph. In addition, players will also have access to all new monthly releases going forward.

Paul Myatt, chief commercial officer of Quickspin, said: “SkillOnNet powers some of the most popular online casino brands in the world and we are thrilled to be able to offer our games to their players. 

“Our games combine stunning graphics and illustrations with smart math to deliver a market-leading player experience that has seen our slots top charts at casinos in Europe and beyond. We believe they will be just as popular with SkillOnNet’s operator partners and, more importantly, their discerning players.”

The news follows SkillOnNet announcing a partnership with data science specialist Neccton as the pair reveal a new tool to help combat gambling related harm.

Called Mentor, developed by the latter in collaboration with behavioural scientists and psychologists, the safer gambling tool tracks player data, detects risk patterns, changes in behaviour and flags signs of problem gambling. If a player is considered at risk, they are given personal feedback and tailored communications to prevent harm.