SkillOnNet and 1X2 Network have agreed a new partnership which will see the providers’ igaming content added to enhance its portfolio.
Titles included in this deal encompasses Rainbow Wilds and Blood Queen, along with Battle Maidens Cleopatra, 1Million Meaways BC, Pirate Kingdom Megaways and Viking Wilds.
The agreement between the two means that players at online casinos, PlayOJO, Turbonino, Slingo, Lord Ping and PlayToro will now be able to access games from the provider’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries.
Kevin Reid, chief commercial officer at 1X2 Network, said: “This is a great partnership for 1X2 Network and for SkillOnNet. It means our games are now available to more operators and players than ever before, and for SkillOnNet it means more quality content for their partners.
“We are also delighted that a number of casino brands have opted to take our Branded Megaways games. They have proved to be incredibly popular with players and in some cases have been the most spun game of the year.”
The deal also includes a series of Branded Megaways titles for some of SkillOnNet’s online casino brands, including AHTIgames, Drueckglueck, LuckyNiki, MegaCasino, MetalCasino,PlayOJO, SlotsMagic, SpinGenie, SwiftCasino, Turbonino and a generic SkillOnNet megaways game for the network to promote.
The Branded Megaways concept allows casino operators to create bespoke Megaways slots that are designed around their own colour schemes and logos, and that use Big Time Gaming’s mechanic.
“We have built a reputation for offering our operator partners and their players the widest range of quality online slots and casino games, and this deal with 1X2 Network shows our continued commitment to providing this,” commented Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director at SkillOnNet.
“1X2 Network is behind some of this year’s biggest hits and its innovative Branded Megaways formula has proved to be a game-changer for operators looking to create bespoke Megaways games. We are thrilled to be able to offer both to our partners and their players.”