Global gaming and entertainment brand SkillOnNet has sealed a content deal with rising star games studio Spade Gaming. The agreement will see the integration of Spade Gaming’s eye-catching portfolio of games into SkillOnNet’s-market leading lobby.
Malta-based Spade Gaming has been making a name for itself with a series of explosive slots and skill-based arcade games that have found widespread popularity in the Asian markets in particular.
These include several games based on the “Fish Hunter” arcade genre, beloved of Asian audiences, such as Fishing War and Fishing God, as well as more traditional slots. Spade Gaming’s slots are notable for their rich visuals and themes.
The SkillOnNet platform currently offers more than 3,500 titles, including classic slots, video slots, progressive slots, table games, live dealer, bingo, instant-win and more, sourced from the biggest games developers in the industry as well as small, dynamic independent studios.
Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet said: “With a focus on quality, technology and pure gameplay, Spade Gaming is producing some of the best gaming content around. They are huge in Asia and pretty big in Latam countries too. We’re pretty confident their games are going to be massively popular with European players, as well. Fishing War and Fishing God are hugely engaging titles, and they bolster our arcade-style content, which has a fast-growing audience in all markets.
Danny Vincent, General Manager at Spadegaming said: “We’re delighted to partner with SkillOnNet, an industry pioneer and one of the biggest names in the industry. We’re passionate about building games that engage and entertain, and this deal means our games will reach new audiences and new markets through some of the world’s biggest gaming brands.”
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