This week, the owner and operator behind many of the UK and Europe’s most popular online casinos has reached an agreement with Malta-based Oryx Gaming.
Going forward, SkillOnNet will have access to Oryx Gaming’s impressive library of more than 8,000 games, some of which are Oryx-exclusive titles and others being supplied through Oryx’s partnerships with independent software studios such as Givme Games, Golden Hero, Kalamba, and Gamomat.
SkillOnNet was founded in 2005 and has produced a multitude of success stories ever since. Its casinos include both in-house brands and white-label sites, and those which are licensed by the UK Gambling Commission include Lucky Niki, Slots Magic, Casino Red Kings, and the innovative, new, wager-free casino, PlayOjo.
Before the new Oryx Gaming deal was agreed, SkillOnNet already had partnerships in place with multiple big-name software designers such as IGT, Blueprint Gaming, Williams Interactive, NetEnt, Microgaming, Elk Studios, Slingo, Barcrest, Play’n Go, SG Interactive, Pragmatic Play, Thunderkick, and Evolution Gaming.
With Oryx Gaming now on board as well, many of SkillOnNet’s online casinos will be able to offer up to 8,000 additional games from more than 80 renowned software providers. The full range of gaming content includes table and card games, casino games, scratch cards, slots, bingo, live dealer games, and virtual sports, all of which are optimised for desktop and mobile devices.
Oryx Gaming’s managing director, Matevz Mazij, is hopeful that the newly formed partnership will give Oryx “access to a new and wide-reaching player base” while also allowing the company to grow its “partner network of top operators”.
Naturally, the deal is expected to be mutually beneficial, with SkillOnNet’s Michael Golembo saying that it “will greatly enhance the experience for our customers.” He also believes that Oryx’s vast catalogue of popular slots will be a “great addition to our online casino brands”.