SkillOnNet adds an array of ‘next-gen’ titles through Gaming Corps link-up

SkillOnNet has expanded its casino catalogue as the operator signs with Swedish studio Gaming Corps to add an array of “next-generation” titles.

SkillOnNet has expanded its catalogue of casino games after the operator signed with Swedish studio Gaming Corps to add an array of “next-generation” titles. 

The link-up between the companies will see SkillOnNet gain access to a selection of mine and multiplier titles from Gaming Corps’ suite of games, including Coin Minder, Clumsy Witch, Skyliner and JetLucky2.

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet, commented: “Online casino players are looking for new online casino experiences alongside playing traditional slot games, and this deal with Gaming Corps allows us to strengthen our portfolio with more quality slots as well as next-generation mine and multiplier titles.

“It is integrations such as this that ensure the online casino brands powered by SkillOnNet remain ahead of the curve and continue to not only meet but exceed player expectations through the vast selection of slots and casino content that we stock in our game lobbies.” 

Moreover, as part of the partnership, the aforementioned games will now be accessible to players at casinos across the SkillOnNet network, including brands such as PlayOJO, Slotsstars, Genting Casino, Spin Genie, EU Casino, Mega Casino and AHTIGames

Danielle Calafato, Head of Commercial at Gaming Corps, explained: “Being fully integrated with a reputable and experienced industry player such as SkillOnNet is a great opportunity for Gaming Corps, making our games available to tier one brands such as PlayOJO for the very first time.

“It is our ambition to provide an exciting game portfolio inspired by Gaming, sporting the most modern game concepts and custom branded titles that deliver unique player experiences which engage and entertain in equal measure. 

“We are confident that our versatile portfolio will prove to be popular with players at casinos across the SkillOnNet network.”

SkillOnNet’s agreement with Gaming Corps follows on from the firm’s similar strong start to July, which witnessed the operator group ink a deal with Raw iGaming’s recently acquired studio Leander Games

The deal saw Leander’s titles, such as Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, Ave Caesar, Fortune Teller’s Charm, Pearls of Poseidon and Ways of the Labyrinth, launch on the operator’s subsidiary of online casino sites.