SkillOnNet partners with Zitro in continued LatAm push
By Simon Wright Jan 13, 2022
SkillOnNet the iGaming platform and content provider have continued their expansion in the fast-growing Latin American market by announcing it has joined forces with Zitro Gaming adding the provider’s full suite of games to its portfolio.
Zitro Gaming is one of the biggest content providers across the LatAm region, with both land-based and online operators stocking its hugely popular video slots and video bingo slots. These games will now be made available to players at SkillOnNet’s PlayUZU and BacanaPlay brands.
PlayUZU and BacanaPlay have been fully tailored for LatAm markets. Players can enjoy a localised game portfolio, as well as banking methods and customer support. Both brands offer a “fair casino” experience with PlayUZU having no wagering requirements whatsoever.
Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet, said: “This is an important deal for SkillOnNet, allowing us to strengthen the game lobbies at both PlayUZU and BacanaPlay with proven content that players will recognise from land-based gambling venues across the region.”
“We believe Latin America has tremendous potential so long as players are given a properly localised online casino offering, and we are doing just that with our Latin American casinos which are already proving to be big hits. We will also be taking these games to Spain and Portugal where we know they will be very well received by our casino players.”
“Zitro is a really strong addition to our game lobby and will provide our players with even more quality content to enjoy as we continue to grow our presence across the region.”
Sebastian Salat, CEO at Zitro, said: “We are tremendously proud of this partnership and would like to thank SkillOnNet for choosing our online gaming library. We are confident this will help greatly both parties, and, particularly, Zitro Digital’s rapid deployment and growth worldwide.”
SkillOnNet of course are the platform that powers the Casinomeister accredited online casino PlayoJo, while Zitro who were established back in 2007, have grown substantially over the past 14 plus years and now employ in excess of 300 staff. With the aim to create innovative content both for land based and online environments.