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SkillOnNet has lauded Nolimit City as an “excellent addition” to its roster after the duo signed a deal that sees the latter’s title launched onto the operator’s brands.

As part of the deal, Nolimit City’s suite of slots, such as Mental, San Quentin xWays and Tombstone R.I.P., will be integrated onto SkillOnNet’s catalogue of casino sites, including PlayOJO,, SlotsMagic, SpinGenie, Genting Casino and DrueckGlueck.

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games from SkillOnNet, explained: “Nolimit City has a large and loyal player following thanks to the incredible mechanics that the team has created and integrated into its slots and in particular xWays and xNudge which provide unprecedented thrills and excitement.

“These mechanics are combined with stunning design that ensures players remain engaged with each slot from the first game round to the last. This makes Nolimit City an excellent addition to our growing portfolio of the best online casino content in the market.” 

Moreover, players utilising the aforementioned sites will also gain access to Nolimit’s series of xMechanics, which include xWays, xNudge, xWays, xSplit, xBomb and infectiousxWays.

The addition of Nolimit City takes the SkillOnNet game portfolio past 3,500 titles covering classic slots, video slots, jackpot slots, table games, instant win, live dealer and bingo.

“SkillOnNet powers a network of the most popular online casino brands in markets across Europe and we are delighted to see our games made available to players on the entire SkillOnNet Network for the first time,” added Malcolm Mizzi, CCO & MD at Nolimit City.

“We have developed a portfolio of slots that appeal to a wide range of players via different themes, volatilities, mechanics and features – there really is something for everyone and this widespread appeal will ensure they become firm player favourites at SkillOnNet’s roster of casino brands.”

SkillOnNet holds licences in core European markets including the UK, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Malta jurisdictions as well as Latin American markets such as Peru, Chile and most recently Mexico.