SkillOnNet unveils Self-Excluder Identifier tool

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SkillOnNet, the Malta-based provider of a multitude of casino games and software, has introduced a new Self-Excluder Identifier API tool that would help UK affiliates exclude problem players from brands who use their casino software.

The new API is helpful to a host of game providers who use SkillOnNet platform,  such as PlayOJO, Ahtigames, SlotsMagic, Mega and PlayMillion. Now these brands can automatically remove the players have self-excluded either temporarily or permanently from their marketing campaigns and prevent them from using the platform.

“At SkillOnNet, we take compliance very seriously, so we took the decision to develop a tool that ensures the affiliates working with our brands are meeting the highest possible standards,” SkillOnNet’s Michael Golembo said.

“The Self-Excluder Identifier is super simple to use and means that affiliates can be certain they are not targeting players that have opted-out of playing at online casinos either temporarily or permanently.”

“The UK Gambling Commission has made it very clear that it will not tolerate affiliates targeting self-excluded players, and our new tool is the most efficient and effective way of ensuring this does not happen with any of our brands.”

SkillOnNet’s platform includes more than 1200 slot and table games from suppliers such as Microgaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil Gaming, Merkur Gaming and Big Time Gaming.

Source: European Gaming Industry News

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