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SkillOnNet, a leading developer of software solutions for casinos and online gaming, has expanded its operations into the Canadian province of Ontario. Ontarian gamblers are now able to access SkillOnNet’s PlayOJO, SlotsMagic, and SpinGenie with their entry into the market.
True to its namesake, SlotsMagic is a frontrunner in the competitive field of online slot games. It provides a huge selection of games and topics for users to select from, preventing them from ever becoming bored with the experience.
SpinGenie is another titan of the slots industry that has garnered widespread praise. The combination of an easy-to-use user interface (UI) with free spins and intriguing daily slot tournaments keeps players coming back to keep on spinning.
PlayOJO prides itself on being the most honest of all the Canadian online casinos available. It does not force players to meet any play-through criteria, pays out all winnings in cash, and does not place any withdrawal limits on players.
Michael Golembo, SkillOnNet director of sales and marketing, said that the launch was an exciting opportunity and stated that his team is looking forward to releasing more of its items into the market in the near future. In addition, Golembo expressed gratitude to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for facilitating the province’s participation in SkillOnNet.
He also guaranteed that his firm has a lot to offer the market, highlighting the fact that it offers a network of the most well-known casino brands in Europe. He said that this will be one of the company’s primary contributions.
Ontario was the only province in Canada to have opened its market to international operators and developers. Because the province is home to 14.5 million residents, there is a massive market for businesses to tap into to acquire new customers. The province is expected to bring in one billion dollars in income over the next two years, according to analysts.