Top online gambling provider, SkillOnNet, leaped into the Ontario casino gaming market this month, unloading three new casino brands. Players over the age of 19 can now enjoy playing at PlayOJO, SlotMagic and SpinGenis from anywhere within the province. Each of the brands is licensed and regulated by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for legal and fair game play. SkillOnNet already holds licenses all over the world including a number of European jurisdictions such as the UK, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Malta, as well as Latin American markets such as Mexico.
What does SkillOnNet bring to the table?
Apart from a sterling reputation for fair casino gaming, SkillOnNet is known for providing casino brands with a variety of different strengths. PlayOJO for example is considered one of the fairest online casino platforms due to its very lenient restrictions on wagering requirements and withdrawals (read PlayOJO review). SlotsMagic, as you might expect, is famous for its massive collection of slot games, which includes video slots, classic reels, progressive jackpots and even 3D slots. Lastly, SpinGenie uses a unique user interface which is ideal for players looking for a more personalized gambling experience.
Overall, all three SkillOnNet products bring much needed variety to the Ontario online casino gaming landscape. It’s expected that each of the brands will be quite successful, each pushing a different niche in the market.
Bragg Gaming Integrates into SkillOnNet
Bragg Gaming Group recently announced that it has secured a position in the Ontario market by adding its content to the three SkillOnNet casino brands. The integration happened just a couple weeks after each casino platform entered the new regulated market. Players from Ontario will now be able to play a variety of Bragg’s slots on SkillOnNet’s SpinGenie, PlayOJO and SlotsMagic, including games from Bragg’s in-house studio, Atomic Slot Lab.
With the addition of Bragg software, SkillOnNet should be in an even stronger position to push into the Ontario casino market. The three casino brands will have to continue to innovate and make new developments though, as more and more top iGaming platforms begin to flood into the regulated market.