Skill On Net casinos
Skill On Net Casinos brands include Prime Casino, Prime Slots, Lucky Louis and Lucky Vegas. Skill On Net Casinos is also known as Skill On Net Limited, licence number 39326 which operates 35 active sites, 15 white labels and 5 inactive brands. This is 55 online casinos in total.
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Who are Skill on Net Limited?
There’s a good chance that Skill on Net Limited is the casino network company behind your favourite iGaming site; you’ve just never noticed it. This is one of the biggest white-label casino network companies not only in the UK but in all of Europe. What do we mean by “white-label?” how do we know that this is one of the biggest casino network companies in Europe? We’ll get onto all of that in a moment, but for now, it’s talk about the basics.
Skill on Net Limited, which sometimes stylises its name without spaces as “SkillOnNet,” is one of a considerable number of iGaming companies to operate a base in Cyprus. It’s not as common a location for casino operators as, for example, Malta or Gibraltar is, but you’ll still find several casino network companies calling the island home. That has a lot to do with the favourable tax conditions that Cyprus offers for companies that work in the iGaming sector when compared to the UK. There are around fifty active online casino and iGaming sites available to players in the UK on the Skill On Net Limited platform, with even more available to players aboard. The division between casino sites owned and operated by Skill on Net Limited directly and casino sites operated on a white-label basis is almost perfectly fifty-fifty.
To understand how Skill On Net Limited became so big, we first have to consider where it started.
The History of Skill On Net Limited
The fact that Skill On Net Limited was founded in 2005 is one of the very few pieces of historical information you’ll find on the casino network company’s official website, which is a little basic and scant on biographical information. The date is confirmed, though, which means that this is an iGaming company that’s rapidly closing in on twenty years worth of experience. There aren’t too many of those about, and those that have already reached and surpassed that mark tend to be seen as veterans of the iGaming scene. Given the size of Skill on Net Limited and the success that it’s had with some of its leading casino brands, it’s probably fair to describe it as a veteran company already.
You might have seen other websites say there’s a connection between Skill on Net Limited and an old backgammon website called BG Room, which closed down several years ago. Some sources say that BG Room was Skill on Net Limited’s first foray into iGaming, so the company began with Backgammon before moving into slots and casino games. We’ve also seen this same story in several places, but we’ve found it to be impossible to verify. Skill on Net Limited makes no mention of Backgammon on its official website, and we can’t find an origin point of the story. We suspect that it might be the iGaming equivalent of a folk legend, repeated and passed around so many times that people have begun to believe it without ever seeing evidence, but we mention it here anyway because it’s a funk little aside.
Skill on Net Limited as a White-Label Casino Operator
The people who come to our site tend to be knowledgeable about all things iGaming-related, so we suspect that most of you already know the difference between a directly operated casino and a white-label casino. For those that don’t, though, here’s the most basic of explanations:- A directly operated casino is owned and operated only by the company that made it and holds its licence. A white-label casino is a casino site that was built and licenced by one company but is run in conjunction with a third party. That third party’s involvement in the casino might be very hands-on or very limited, but it still means there’s another pair of hands on the tiller, so to speak. Skill on Net Limited is generally seen as one of the best of the big-name white-label operators and has been for some time now.
If you want to know why Skill on Net Limited’s white-label proposition is so highly regarded, all you need to do is look at the “about us” page of its business website. There, you’ll see that white-label customers of this casino operator can pick and choose from more than three thousand different casino and slots games (or take the whole lot if they so desire) and can also let the company take care of payment processing and customer support to go with handling licencing and regulation. The services that the company offers don’t end there; from risk management to back-office assistance, Skill on Net Limited does it all. If a white-label partner wanted to, they could pay Skill on Net Limited to build a casino for them and then have Skill on Net Limited run it while still pocketing some of the profits for themselves.
We said earlier that we know that Skill On Net Limited is a top casino operator. We can tell you why with one word:- PlayOJO. We’ll look at the top casinos on this platform a little further down this page, but PlayOJO is a Skill on Net product – and it’s one of the biggest casino sites in the UK. That alone means that Skill on Net Limited must be doing big business, even if the company never publishes financial information. It does a good job of keeping a lid on information like that – we don’t even know how many people work for the business.
Skill on Net Limited and the UKGC
A casino operator can’t operate in the UK unless it has a UK Gambling Commission licence. Skill On Net Limited has no problems in that regard because it holds UK Gambling Commission licence number 39326, which has been in force since November 2014. Better still is the news that there are no black marks on the operator’s record with the regulator – the UKGC has never fined, warned, sanctioned or suspended Skill On Net Limited, and we hope that’s the way things stay for the long term. Aside from its UKGC licence, Skill On Net Limited has multiple additional licences allowing it to operate elsewhere in the world – most notably the licence it holds with the Malta Gaming Authority.