EGT Interactive enters Schleswig-Holstein region through SkillOnNet
Huge milestone sees provider expand its reach into more markets
EGT Interactive has entered the regulated German region of Schleswig-Holstein through its long-term partner SkillOnNet. This is a massive milestone for EGT Interactive and expands its reach into more markets. Players at the famous online casino brand Drueckglueck can now enjoy the provider’s content and access its full suite of video slots.
The partnership with a brand as well-known as SkillOnNet is an essential and huge opportunity for the provider to play a significant role in the market’s growth. EGT Interactive is focused on developing a strong presence in the region and feels its portfolio of classic casino games will captivate the slot enthusiasts.
The local regulator successfully approved the EGT portfolio, and some of the provider’s top-performing video slots are already released on Drueckglueck. Thе top-notch content includes popular titles such as Shining Crown, 40 Super Hot, Rise of Ra, Caramel Hot, Dice & Roll and many more. These classic casino games are the perfect addition to Drueckglueck’s offering of high-quality video slots.
The partnership between EGT Interactive and SkillOnNet will continue to extend and reach more players. Due to the outstanding results on the .com market last year, their joint work is also extending into more territories. Another deal in the Spanish igaming market is about to be signed off. The operator’s brand Playuzu is releasing EGT Interactive’s content simultaneously with Drueckglueck. The provider is also looking forward to further grow the partnership in the regulated markets of Sweden, Denmark and Portugal over the coming months.
Commenting on the partnership, Todor Zahariev, the managing director of EGT Interactive, said: “We are very excited to enter Schleswig-Holstein through our great partner SkillOnNet. We believe in the success of the deal, and soon the results will prove it. Schleswig-Holstein is an important region, and being one of the providers there is a high priority for us.”