NextGen Gaming inks supply deal with SkillOnNet

Following a partnership made in March with Bet365, Australia based NextGen Gaming and online gaming software provider SkillOnNet have entered into a direct supply partnership that’ll see gaming developer NextGen Gaming license its Game Deployment Module (GDM) to SkillOnNet.

The GDM will enable the deployment of selected online slots across the and brands. NextGen’s proprietary game engine integrates into a third party property and allows operators to offer online slot content whilst retaining their current platform.

Under the agreement, a minimum of sixteen NextGen games will be launched by SkillOnNet including: the Greek gladiator-themed slot 300 Shields, 50-liner comical slot Mad Mad Monkey and Medusa.

Matt Davey, CEO, NextGen Gaming said in the release, “We are excited to offer our market-leading game deployment technology to SkillOnNet via our GDM integration. We know NextGen games are favourites with players across the globe and we look forward to working with SkillOnNet as they expand their already impressive gaming portfolio.”

Michael Golembo, Marketing Director at SkillOnNet added in the release, “We are delighted to be able to take advantage of NextGen Gaming’s market leading Online Slots content via a simple and swift one time integration. Along with our innovative in-house developed range of unique 3D and video slots we are confident that these new entertaining games will help expand our player base while retaining our current players with this fresh and exciting content.”