SkillOnNet Confirms Alliance with Playtech in Buenos Aires

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Through a far-reaching arrangement that expands SkillOnNet’s collaboration and content catalogue, Playtech has committed to channeling its gaming content via SkillOnNet’s Argentine virtual casino platform – PlayUzu.

Introduced in August 2023,SkillOnNet’s PlayUzu, an online casino utilizing the Spanish language, springs from the same source as PlayOjo, and was brought to life jointly with the local physical operator BuenosAiresSlots. Presently, the assimilation of Playtech’s gaming alternatives will endeavor to enrich its player engagement via an expanded assortment of its games.

Of late, Playtech declared a 7% revenue escalation for FY2023 and the vendor will be expecting this latest association – together with its fresh bond with Fortuna in Europe – to reinforce the firm’s progressive path.

Diane Crookes, Senior Commercial Director at Playtech, stated: “We have upheld a longstanding association with SkillOnNet and this addition aptly mirrors our mutual cooperation. We comprehend the significance of furnishing excellent, localized content and we eagerly anticipate witnessing the performance of our games in Buenos Aires City and are excited for the forthcoming months.”

After being penalized with five Anti Money Laundering (AML) infringements by the Danish Gambling Authority in the earlier part of April, SkillOnNet is hopeful of a turnaround.

SkillOnNet’s spokesperson Jani Kontturi also commented on this newest collaboration: “Playtech stands as one of the most respected suppliers of casino content within the sector, treasuring a longstanding reputation as a top-tier supplier. Our inauguration in Buenos Aires has vastly surpassed our projections.

“Our clear and player-centric philosophy has resonated hugely with gamers. Thus, it’s vital to persist presenting the leading games in the marketplace, and the reason why I’m genuinely thrilled that we can now proffer Playtech’s games to our Argentinian crowd.”