SkillOnNet has partnered with Raw iGaming’s recently acquired studio Leander Games to launch the latter’s titles on its subsidiary of online casino sites. 

As part of the deal, players using PlayOJO, PlayUZU, GentingCasino, SpinGenie, Slotsstars and MegaCasino, will gain access to Leander’s suite of slot including Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, Ave Caesar, Fortune Teller’s Charm, Pearls of Poseidon and Ways of the Labyrinth.

“These games from one of the most in-demand content providers need no introduction. They are proven player favourites in key regulated markets around the world,” explained Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet.

“This made the addition of its games an absolute must for us, and we look forward to seeing players across the SkillOnNet network of brands enjoy the thrills its slots have to offer. It is partnerships such as this that ensure we remain a leading operator of award-winning casino brands.”

Said to be popular in the UK, Netherlands, Germany and Argentina, the addition of the providers titles will take SkillOnNet’s game lobby to over 3,500 titles, covering classic and video slots, along with jackpots, table games, live dealer, bingo and instant win games. 

Tom Wood, RAW iGaming’s CEO, added: “We are delighted to partner with SkillOnNet and launch our portfolio of games across multiple markets. 

“Our three pillars; differentiation, simplicity and entertainment drive us to deliver games that players want to keep playing and we know that will resonate across SkillOnNet’s many brands.”

As previously mentioned, the link-up with Leander Games follows on from Raw iGaming’s recent acquisition of the studio earlier this year. 

As part of the acquisition, Raw witnessed its SuperSlice games launch in regulated markets, utilising Leander’s customer base across Europe and South America, along with the introduction of a new aggregation business.

Moreover, last month witnessed SkillOnNet partner with Neccton that saw the latter integrate its mentor software into the operator’s numerous brands. 

Via the partnership, the mentor software was implemented onto SkillOnNet properties, such as PlayOJO, SpinGenie and SlotsMagic.