SkillOnNet has risen up to become one of the foremost aggregator’s of iGaming software in the industry. As of May 2018, SkillOnNet has completed the process of integrating a new portfolio of GameArt slots. Moving forward, this means that GameArt now has access to an array of SkillOnNet casinos, including PlayOJO Casino and DrückGlück Casino.
Michael Golembo of SkillOnNet described the integration as adding “firepower” and that the provider is always to looking to “add quality content”. Meanwhile, Saverio Castellano of GameArt highlighted the developer’s prior success at working with award-winning online casino operators.
SkillOnNet Platform Gets Larger
GameArt joins an iGaming software platform that brings together more than 1,200 games from numerous providers, including the likes of NetEnt, Yggdrasil, and Microgaming, among many others. From May 2018, more than 50 GameArt slots will be accessible to players who are signed up with SkillOnNet casinos.
From a development standpoint, GameArt is capable of producing content that is instantly accessible across several platforms. One of the main platforms is HTML5, but GameArt is also adept at creating slot games that can perform within the constructs of Flash or mobile.
Latest GameArt Slot Releases
One of the newest GameArt releases has been 4 Symbols, which combines traditional imagery in the form of the rooster, dragon, sun and moon, and yin and yang. GameArt also delved into historical myths and legends when it created the recently launched Spartans Legacy. Scale abounds in a slot made with four reels and 50 fixed paylines.
GameArt has shown further depth in slot development by exploring a number of different themes. Flaming Reels is an experience that involves fire fighting, El Toreo embraces Spanish guitar culture, Queen of the Seas is all about piracy on the high seas, Castle Blood features vampires and werewolves, and Slot of Money centres around the fast life of the rich and the famous.