SkillOnNet launch new Pay n Play site Turbonino
Online casino operator SkillOnNet has recently announced that they are launching a new pay n play casino site titled Turbonino.
Michael Golembo, sales and marketing director at SkillOnNet, stated in a press release that:
We have taken our time watching pure Pay N Play become a new standard in the online gambling industry proving hugely popular in markets such as Germany, Sweden, and Finland. We have experienced them compete alongside our own casinos vying for players and have been impressed with the growth and lately the professionalism many of these Brands are now exhibiting. And now it’s Turbonino’s time to combine the tremendous benefits of Pay N Play with many features that make SkillOnNet casinos so popular with players around the world.
Turbonino’s launch comes after the news that iGaming entity Metal Casino has migrated from Gaming Innovation Group to SkillOnNet. They are following in the footsteps of brands such as PlayOJO, Slingo.com, and brands such as SwiftCasino, PlayJango, and RoyalBet.
With more than 15 years of industry experience, SkillOnNet is a trusted provider of gaming software for many of the largest online casino operators in the world. They are renowned for the full service that they provide – including software, administration, and back-office.
As well as being an iGaming operator, SkillOnNet also offers risk management tools, financial services, cryptocurrencies, and a platform in many different languages.
Pay n Play Casinos continue their meteoric rise within the industry
The launch of Turbonino is only the latest milestone in the fast-growing rise of Pay N Play Casinos. Trustly is gearing themselves up to capitalize on the explosion of iGaming by announcing that they are launching into the Australian & Canadian markets.
The Swedish firm also recently confirmed that they have hired a new CTO to help oversee a long-term strategy that undoubtedly includes overseas expansion.
With many countries such as France, Germany, and the UK now entering a second coronavirus lockdown, many online gaming operators including Trustly, will be hoping for a similar boost to their shares – like the recent boom in the Spanish market.