Synot Games Announces Content Partnership With Operator SkillOnNet
Game developer Synot Games has announced a content partnership with casino operator SkillOnNet.
Under the new partnership, Synot Games has provided SkillOnNet and its casino brands with its entire selection of casino games, including titles like Book Of Secrets, Hunters Spirit, Respin Joker, Fruit Awards, Mirror Shield, Alchemists Gold, Lucky Elements, Jokers Five, Flip The Coin, and numerous other games too.
All of the games above and more have launched with SkillOnNet’s Bacanaplay in Portugal, with other SkilLOnNet brands in various jurisdictions to follow, including PlayOJO, Turbonino, Metal Casino, Giant Casino, PlayKasino, Lucky Vegas, and other popular websites.
Martina Hrabinská, the CCO at Synot Games, said in a statement to Intergameonline: “We are pleased to have sealed this partnership with SkillOnNet, which is a platform for some of the most popular online casino brands in the world, and we are looking forward to seeing those spins accumulating and hope that all SkillOnNet players will enjoy our games as many have before.”
Jani Kontturi, the Head of Games at SkillOnNet, added: “We are delighted about the partnership with Synot Games; having integrated their extensive slot titles into our game portfolio, we made them available to our players with Bacanaplay in Portugal for the first time.”
The news comes as Synot Games continues striking content agreements with casino operators to boost its player reach worldwide. Earlier this month, the game developer announced content agreements with Novibet and Videoslots, launching its entire games portfolio with both operators.
The news also comes after SkillOnNet announced a partnership with fellow game developer Playtech, with the latter’s casino and live casino content made available with all SkillOnNet casino brands. The news also comes after SkillOnNet expanded its brand portfolio with the launch of new online casino brands, SlotStars and Zebra Wins this year.
FlowPlay Launches Live Poker Game App For Zoom
Social casino game developer FlowPlay has announced the launch of a new live poker game app for Zoom.
According to CasinoBeats, the app, Live Game Night Poker, can be downloaded from the Zoom App Marketplace and launched within a Zoom meeting, and uses state-of-the-art technology to allow up to 10 of a host’s participants to play live poker.
Craig Robinson, the Chief Revenue Officer at FlowPlay, said in a statement: “New and innovative platforms that push the boundaries of what’s possible are few and far between. Even rarer is the opportunity to have been selected by Zoom as a launch partner for Zoom Apps. There’s nothing better than a little friendly competition, and Live Game Night Poker enables a new way for coworkers to connect, both during and outside of work hours.”
Ross Mayfield, the Product Lead of Zoom Apps and Integrations, added: “Zoom Apps bring best of breed applications into the Zoom experience for enhanced productivity and engaging experiences. We believe connected teams are the most productive, which is why we’re so excited to see FlowPlay building on our platform to offer a new way to connect through gameplay, thanks to Live Game Night Poker.”
The Seattle-based FlowPlay was founded in 2006 and has developed numerous free-to-play social casino games, including Vegas World, 7 Seas Casino, OurWorld, and Casino World. Reports state that more than 75 million people have played the firm’s games since its founding.
Endorphina Announces New Partnership With Dotworkers
Meanwhile, game developer Endorphina has announced a new partnership with Dotworkers, a gambling company with roots in Latin America.
Under the partnership, Endorphina will provide Dotworkers with its collection of casino games, which will launch with the iGaming firm’s partnered operators, extending Endorphina’s reach across Latin America and expanding Dotworkers’ catalogue of casino games.
Patricio Broerse, the CEO of Dotworkers, said in a statement to FocusGN: “Endorphina’s portfolio is becoming a must-have supplier across several markets and we at Dotworkers always aim to provide the best entertainment to our players. We are very excited for this new partnership and we have no doubt their high-quality portfolio of games and will bring added value to our operations.”
Zdenek Llosa, the Sales Manager at Endorphina, added: “We are very happy at Endorphina to have achieved another strategic partnership in LatAm with the platform provider Dotworkers. We aim to expand our reach in the region and look forward to having our full portfolio of games including our newest releases like Joker Stoker, 2021 Hit Slot, and Hell Hot 100 available to their clients.”
Slovakia Bans Twitch Due To Online Gambling
Slovakia has banned social media streaming website Twitch after Slovakian streamer dDandis was accused of illegal gambling.
The streaming website is regularly used by professional gamers to stream themselves playing games in real-time and interacting with viewers. Although the service focuses mostly on video games, it has been used for casino games too.
Twitch has recently received negative feedback from viewers and sponsors over its failure to act on illegal content being broadcasted to viewers of all ages, including gambling content, where thousands of Twitch users have freely been able to watch online gambling. What’s more, some streamers have offered discount codes to their viewers, including minors.
Although Slovakia has strict gambling regulations, dDandis frequently streamed himself gambling online, causing Slovakia to ban the streaming service for violating its gambling laws. At the time of the ban, dDandis had more than 35,000 followers.
According to GamblingInsider, the ban comes amidst growing support for a gambling ban on Twitch, with popular Twitch streamer Asmangold urging the streaming service to ban all gambling streams on Twitter.