Content studio MGA Games has unveiled a distribution deal with SkillOnNet, which the firm says represents “one more step” in continued progress on its ‘Act Local, Think Local,’ strategy for entering a selection of newly regulated markets.
The agreement comes hot on the heels of the developer adding Spanish depth earlier in the week alongside PokerStars, with its latest link-up to see its suite of games integrated with the SkillOnNet platform.
MGA Games says that the agreement will enable further depth to be added in the Spanish market, while enabling entry into new regions such as Portugal, the Netherlands, and Mexico among others.
Joan Sanahuja, CEO and founder of MGA Games, said of the link-up: “The agreement with SkillOnNet is one more step in the plan to expand into new markets that we have identified for 2021. In this plan, the location continues to be our differential element.
“At MGA Games, we adhere to our ‘Act Local, Think Global’ concept, with the view to becoming the main provider of localised digital content for global operators in the sector.”
The partnership will see the supplier’s content distributed to a number of brands, including PlayOJO, Bacana Play in Portugal, and Spanish brand PlayUZU.
In Spain, SkillOnNet will welcome the latest MGA Games productions and its Spanish celebrities series. Other brands, says the igaming developer, will count on the MGA Games celebrities formula of focusing upon well-known local personalities.
Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director from SkillOnNet, added: “MGA Games productions stand out for their high quality and understanding of operators and players’ preferences in each market.
“Something that we value very much at SkillOnNet. We are sure our users will be delighted with the new content and that they’ll be enthusiastic about its characters, prizes and ease of use.”