Japanese Anime Themed Online Casino Launched

LuckyNiki.com goes live

LuckyNiki.com is a new online casino powered by SkillonNet's mobile and desktop platforms.
On entering the website, players are greeted by anime-illustrated hostess Niki who invites live casino play from Evolution Gaming, XPro and Novomatic; table games and slots from NetEnt, WMS, Microgaming, NextGen and GVG; as well as scratch cards and jackpot games.
The operation runs on SkillonNet's Malta Gaming Authority license, offers support in English and Japanese and provides a variety of payment options.
According to a presser, the operation is "backed by a team of Japanese casino experts, including long-standing specialists in marketing, affiliates, support and customer relationship management."
"The key part of this project was to build a Japanese casino from the bottom up by a team of Japanese personnel who have a lot of experience in the Japanese online casino industry," Ran Mishori, chief executive of LuckyNiki.com, said.
"I am glad to say we 100-per-cent succeeded and I believe we are ready to provide with the famous high-level of Japanese standard for product and support.
"We found out that many players from around the world are interested in Japanese games and anime culture. Therefore, we created a casino which will showcase the unique nature of Japan and will roll out innovative Japanese games and promotions in the coming months."
LuckyNiki.com expects to be licensed in Malta, the United Kingdom and Denmark.

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