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The newly launched online casino AhtiGames doesn’t target the Finns exclusively, but it is focusing on that market primarily, and branding itself as such. In reality, it will also be available across the Scandinavian nations of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, as well as in the UK and Germany.
AhtiGames is a casino inspired by the Finnish God of the same name and offers players a mighty selection of the most popular slots and table games.
Players can access more than 1,200 titles from a raft of slots suppliers including Microgaming, NetEnt and Yggdrasil Gaming, as well as localised payment options.
The HTML5 client and state-of-the-art mobile software are the latest builds from SkillOnNet and include game and software provider filters along with easy and intuitive registration software.
The SkillOnNet platform also comes loaded with a powerful back office including CRM tools and a unique casino marketing engine.
Michael Golembo from SkillOnNet, said: “We are thrilled to launch the latest casino brand on the SkillOnNet platform following hot on the heels of casino white labels LuckyLouis.com and clemensspillhal.dk.
“Adding to the major success of our established casinos like the multi-award winning PlayOJO and TV advertised sensation DrueckGlueck, we look forward to powering AhtiGames into a market-leading position.”
David Green at AhtiGames, said: “There is no doubt that SkillOnNet is behind some of the hottest online casino brands in Europe right now, and we wanted to leverage its knowledge and experience.
“Its platform offers a huge selection of games, as well as a wide range of back office tools that will allow us to market effectively and responsibly to our players.”
Although this new online casino will focus primarily on targeting players in Finland, in keeping with the proven and successful SkillOnNet strategy, AhtiGames will also be available to international players seeking an authentic Nordic experience.
Source: European Gaming Industry News