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RAW iGaming has partnered with SkillOnNet

Just days after Videoslots Casino signed an agreement with RAW iGaming, SkillOnNet has announced that the company is partnering up with RAW iGaming's Leander Games to launch a number of titles on its sites.

Players using PlayOJO Casino, PlayOJO Bingo, PlayUZU, GentingCasino, SpinGenie, Slotsstars and MegaCasino will gain access to Leander's online slots. This will include games such as Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, Ave Caesar, Fortune Teller’s Charm, Pearls of Poseidon and Ways of the Labyrinth.

“Need no introduction,” says SkillOnNet

“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.”

“Delighted to partner with SkillOnNet,” says RAW iGaming

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

He added: “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.”

Enhancing PlayOJO's offering

RAW acquired Leander Games earlier this year and led to RAW's SuperSlice games launching in regulated mechanics across Europe and South America.

The addition of Leander Games will enhance SkillOnNet's offering with over 3,500 classic iGaming titles such as online slots, jackpots, table games, live casino games and bingo games. Perhaps, sites like PlayOJO will see the addition of the SuperSlice within the coming months as well.