SkillOnNet gains Argentinian uplift via Playtech integration

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SkillOnNet has strengthened its online casino content offering in Buenos Aires City, Argentina, after forming an alliance with Playtech

Through the collaboration, SkillOnNet’s spanish language PlayUZU brand will gain a content uplift for its Argentinian platform as Playtech’s portfolio of proprietary titles become available to its players. 

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet, stated: “Playtech is one of the most reputable providers of casino content in the industry and has long garnered a reputation for being a Tier One supplier.

“Our entry into Buenos Aires has massively exceeded our expectations. Our transparent and ‘player first’ approach has really appealed to players and therefore it’s important to keep offering the best games in the market and why I’m really pleased that we can now offer Playtech’s games to our Argentinian audience.”

SkillOnNet went live in Buenos Aires City last year, launching PlayUZU in the region with BuenosAiresSlots as its local licensing partner.

The operator group has outlined an aim that Playtech’s content offering will allow its PlayUZU online casino platform to go “from strength to strength” in Argentina’s igaming market. 

Diane Crookes, Senior Commercial Director at Playtech, added: “We have maintained a long-established relationship with SkillOnNet and this edition is a great endorsement of the collaborative nature of our relationship.

“We understand the importance of providing great, localised content and we are very excited to see how our games perform in Buenos Aires City and look forward to the next few months.”

While this move sees SkillOnNet enhance its Latin American casino offering, the operator recently partnered with Stakelogic to strengthen its North American position, hosting the studio’s content in Ontario.