Online casino platform and content provider SkillOnNet aims to add more variety to its portfolio via a new partnership with Tom Horn Gaming.

Online casino platform and content provider SkillOnNet aims to add more variety to its game portfolio via a partnership with Tom Horn Gaming.

The deal includes the provider’s full suite of omni-channel slots, which will first be rolled out in Portugal before becoming available in other core markets. 

This means that players at online casinos including BacanaPlay, PlayOJO,, PlayToro, Megacasino, QueenVegas and Metal Casino will have the chance to access titles such as La Tomatina, 81 Frutas Grandes, Beastie Bux, Joker Reelz and The Secret of Ba.

“Launching our games on some of the biggest casino brands in regulated markets including BacanaPlay, PlayOJO, and DrückGlück, among many is an important milestone on our expansion journey,” commented Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming

“The agreement with SkillOnNet will further strengthen our presence in the major jurisdictions and allow us to engage and excite a wider player base. We believe players will benefit from our high quality game portfolio, enjoying the fun and exciting gaming experience each title offers.”

Furthermore, the agreement will also allow operators to use Tom Horn’s features and promotional tools in a bid to drive player engagement. 

Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director at SkillOnNet, added: “Tom Horn Gaming has proved particularly popular with players in the Portuguese market. 

“SkillOnNet is licensed in core European markets including Portugal where games will debut, allowing Tom Horn to put its content in front of players at some of the hottest online casino brands in regulated jurisdictions. For our brands, it means more quality content to offer to players.”

The new deal follows a recent similar partnership between Synot Games and SkillOnNet, which saw the former provide its games to a global audience, also making titles, such as Fruit Awards, Book of Secrets, FruitiX, XX and XL, available in Portugal for the first time.