SkillOnNet has added to the roster of igaming brands powered by the online casino platform provider after detailing the relaunch of SpinGenie via Prime Gaming.
Aiming to offer “a market leading choice of slots and instant win games” the igaming entity is now live on the SkillOnNet platform, whose technology powers a multitude of brands such as PlayOJO, DrückGlück, SlotsMagic, Mega, PlayMillion, QueenVegas, and LuckyNiki.
Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director at SkillOnNet, commented: “We are thrilled to relaunch SpinGenie on the SkillOnNet platform, offering players a superior experience.
“This relates to the games available and the payment methods offered, as well as our standard-setting responsible gambling and safe gaming processes and tools.
“SpinGenie is a great brand and with the Prime Gaming touch, it will become even more popular among players in regulated markets around the world.”
SpinGenie, which boasts that it’s “the ultimate destination for online slots and instant win game,” is to also be boosted by the addition of the SkillOnNet suite of titles.
This includes more than 1,500 slots and casino games from a variety of providers including Microgaming, NetEnt, Big Time Gaming, Red Tiger, Pragmatic Play and Slingo.
Furthermore, SpinGenie will also offer a selection of instant win and online scratchcard games from providers such as Realistic Games and Pragmatic Play. In addition, players will be offered a range of localised payment options and rapid deposit and withdrawal times, as well as 24/7 customer support.
Prime Gaming, which has a number of casinos on the SkillOnNet platform and recently launched the new Slingo.com, will be marketing SpinGenie to include sales and all acquisition channels in major licensed markets.