SkillOnNet to Exhibit White Label Software at ICE 2017Published January 20, 2017 by Mike P
Preparations are nearly complete ahead of ICE Totally Gaming 2017 and SkillOnNet is just one company with major plans for the exhibition.
SkillOnNet is currently making its final preparations ahead of the ICE Totally Gaming 2017 conference in London this February. In recent months, SkillOnNet has been increasing the scale of its white label casino software offering. EUcasino and SlotsMagic are two of the best-known SkillOnNet casinos and it seems that more are set to rise.
Ready for B2B
After developing consumer experience, SkillOnNet now feels ready to assist casino operators on a B2B basis. SkillOnNet will be stationed at stand N6-222 Excel at ICE 2017, ready to outline the proposition that awaits prospective casino operators. The software company has already created more than 80 of its own video slots and table games, with compatibility available on tablets and smartphones.
Leading up to the conference, SkillOnNet head of business development Andy Andrew has revealed that the company’s white label platform can offer nearly 700 games. To make this possible, the company has also chosen to acquire gaming content from third-party software studios.
At present, the online casino marketplace has made software a diversity a priority, which is why companies like SkillOnNet and are routinely entering into partnerships. In this case, the company works with a number of renowned supplies, including Microgaming, Amaya, WMS, NetEnt, NextGen, Merkur, and Bally Wulff. Meanwhile, the live dealer software comes from Evolution Gaming, Novoline, and Xpro.
Seeking New Partners
Andrew is hoping to speak with prospective B2C and B2B partners when he meets delegates at ICE 2017. He believes that the company’s combination of aggregated games and multiple remote gaming licences will make SkillOnNet an enticing partner.
He also stressed that the company’s B2C experiences in running EUcasino and SlotsMagic have enabled it to sharpen its white label software offering. SkillOnNet is seeking out new opportunities in the B2B field, but Andre has also underlined the company’s willingness to enter into joint-ventures.