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Prime Gaming completes SkillOnNet migration

| By Aaron Noy
Prime Gaming is expanding its partnership with SkillOnNet after announcing that it is migrating its remaining brands over from Aspire Global's technology.

The Cyprus-based group will move PrimeSlots and Prime Scratchcards to SkillOnNet’s Casino Network, which already operates Prime Gaming brands such as Mega Casino, Slingo.com and ICE36.

Prime Gaming said the switch will assist its expansion plans as it focuses on marketing and acquisition in a number of jurisdictions targeted by the SkillOnNet network.

“Our migration to the SkillOnNet platform comes as we look to take the experience we offer players across all of our brands to the next level, and as we deploy our global expansion plans,” Prime Gaming’s Sarah Holbert said.

“To do this for our two very first released leading brands, we need a platform that is strong, stable and one who can deliver the highest player value in today’s challenging markets. When you look at the success enjoyed by our other casinos that already use SkillOnNet’s technology, we are confident that we have a platform partner that can help us achieve our goals for these two legendary brands as well.”

SkillOnNet provides technology to a number of major European online casino brands including PlayOJO, DrückGlück, SlotsMagic and MegaCasino. Its platform includes more than 3,000 slot, casino and live dealer games from suppliers such as Microgaming, NetEnt and Yggdrasil Gaming.

Prime Gaming has selected SkillOnNet for launches such as LuckyMeSlots, ICE36 and LordPing over the last two years.

“Our platform and technologies are among the best and we are pleased that Prime Gaming will now have their whole family of popular brands with us,’ SkillOnNet sales and marketing director Michael Golembo said.

“It is migrations and partnerships like these that demonstrates our unrivalled technical solution and turnkey service to operators in markets around the world.”

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