SkillOnNet gets green light from Germany
The license will cover all SkillOnNet brands, but initially the company's main focus will be its flagship German-facing gaming site, DrueckGluek.de. The site is already a top brand in Germany, having operated from 2015 under a license from the state of Schleswig-Holstein, and laterally meeting the requirements of the State Treaty on Gambling, passed in the summer of 2021.
"Germany is a huge market with a massive audience for slots," said Michael Golembo at SkillOnNet. "Having the official German license means SkillOnNet players will be part of a fully regulated experience, feeling more confident, safe and secure, many for the first time. It's also a recognition that we meet the high standards of the German licensing regime and are prepared to work with regulators to meet those standards, reinforcing that responsible gaming is the cornerstone of everything we do."
Schleswig-Holstein was the only German state to license online slots games prior to the implementation of national, federal regulations last year.
Known for its extensive and creative TV campaigns, DrueckGluek.de has become a household name for online slots in the country and boasts a large base of loyal customers. The brand also sponsors 2. Bundesliga football team Holstein Kiel.
All SkillOnNet brands offer a wide variety of popular slots from the biggest providers in the market, as well as a choice of exciting slots tournaments.
The license underlines SkillOnNet's commitment to responsible gaming and to working within regulated environments. The German regulated market demands the highest standards of player protections and social responsibility.