Top Play’n GO Slots Now Live at SkillOnNet Casinos

Play'n GO Content Deal with SkillOnNet - Company LogosThe full suite of games from Play’n GO has now been fully integrated into SkillOnNet’s network of online casino brands.

The cutting-edge technology supplier,, now offers Play’n GO’s licensed and multi-channel slot games to players of its online casinos. This includes some of Europe’s most popular and successful brands, such as DrueckGlueck and the award-winning PlayOJO.

Play’n GO is well known for designing and building games that feature stunning graphics, great sounds and engaging mechanics. Each of the titles that have rolled out across the SkillOnNet brands is available for both desktop and mobile.

Players can now enjoy more than 165 of the supplier’s amazing games

In addition to the more than 1200 high-quality online slots already offered by SkillOnNet, players now have access to over 165 of Play’n GO’s brilliant titles. Among these are popular favourites like GEMIX, Pearls of India and Book of Dead.

“We are always looking to strengthen our portfolio with additional quality titles,” said SkillOnNet’s Michael Golembo in a press release announcing the integration. Golembo added:

“Play’n GO’s large range of extremely successful slots certainly meets our criteria when it comes to fun and entertainment.”

Johan Törnqvist, the CEO of Play’n GO, also commented on the agreement, stating: “Our gaming content has proven popular with players across a wide number of operators and territories, and we're confident SkillOnNet's partners will also benefit from this success.”

Törnqvist added that this year the company’s expert team intends to develop over 40 new titles, which will only serve to strengthen their new partnership.

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