SkillOnNet partnership ‘an exciting new chapter’ for Apparat Gaming

New chapter

SkillOnNet has heaped praise on German casino players, noting that if a title works in that country “it will work anywhere”, after signing up content creator Apparat Gaming.

This latest integration will see the former take the online casino developer’s portfolio live across numerous brands that span an array of territories worldwide.

In a bid to continue “making waves in the online gaming space”, Apparat has made an array of games available, such as Total Eclipse, Jack Potter & The Book of Dynasties and The Warlock’s Book, as well as recent releases 7 Supernova Fruits and Mallorca Wilds.

Thomas Wendt, Director at Apparat Gaming, said: “We’re proud of what we’ve achieved at Apparat in our short history, and this deal represents an exciting new chapter in the story. 

“SkillOnNet as a tier-one operator and provider is a must-have partner for us, and we really hope this is the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership.”   

SkillOnNet operates more than 30 online casino brands in regulated markets across the globe, with the roster including entities such as PlayOJO, Metal Casino, Bacana Play and Ahti Games.

In addition, the partnership will also enhance the group’s German-language brands, with this network including DrückGlück, SkillOnNet’s flagship entity targeting the region.

“Germany is one of Europe’s biggest markets for slots and Germans are some of the most discerning players. That’s why we think if a game works there, it will work anywhere,” stated Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet. 

“Apparat has decades of experience in building games, and like all self-respecting German companies, they focus on technical excellence and innovation. That’s why we’re delighted to have them on board.”