SkillOnNet and Apparat Gaming Enter iGaming Partnership for German Market

SkillOnNet, an entertainment company with an international presence, has established a partnership with the German game studio, Apparat Gaming. This agreement has led to the introduction of Apparat’s range of games across SkillOnNet’s online casino brands.

Apparat Gaming was founded by experienced land-based casino professionals and has produced a collection of slot games over the years. These games have found an audience in different markets and were designed primarily for German slots players.

Among the titles that Apparat has created are Total Eclipse, Jack Potter & The Book of Dynasties, The Warlock’s Book, 7 Supernova Fruits and Mallorca Wilds.

As part of the agreement, SkillOnNet will enhance its German-language brands, including the German casino DrückGlück.

DrückGlück was launched in 2015, making it one of the first legal online casinos in Germany. It has since grown its brand awareness through marketing efforts such as television advertising and football sponsorships.

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet said: “Germany is one of Europe’s biggest markets for slots and Germans are some of the most discerning players. That’s why we think if a game works there, it will work anywhere. Apparat has decades of experience in building games, and like all self-respecting German companies, they focus on technical excellence and innovation. That’s why we’re delighted to have them on board.”

Thomas Wendt, Director at Apparat Gaming, said: “We’re proud of what we’ve achieved at Apparat in our short history, and this deal represents an exciting new chapter in the story. SkillOnNet as a tier-one operator and provider is a must-have partner for us, and we really hope this is the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership.”

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