Prime Casino Opts For Skillonnet Games

Move away from Quickfire games

Online gambling software supplier SkillOnNet has signed a deal with Prime that will see the popular online casino utilise its software platform and full suite of games.

The agreement, finalised at ICE in London last week, will see Prime expand its content by moving from the Quickfire platform and tapping into SkillOnNet's extensive library of both proprietary and aggregated games.

The move will focus on additional content that is already popular with the Danish gaming market, where Prime boasts a strong presence, a company spokesman said Wednesday.

SkillOnNet will also work with Prime Casino to enable the site to offer a download solution, as well as web and mobile capabilities.

SkillOnNet's Andy Andrew said: "This deal is the first of many in the year ahead. We've already begun migrating players over to the new platform and the initial results are very positive indeed."

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