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Prime Gaming selects SkillOnNet for ICE36 launch

SkillOnNet, the casino platform provider behind some of the most popular online casinos in the world, has been chosen by Prime Gaming to power its brand-new mobile casino, ICE36.

ICE36 is a state-of-the-art progressive web app that will disrupt the online casino gaming arena, providing players with the same seamless experience as a native app but via their browser.

Prime Gaming’s front-line online casino technology, combined with SkillOnNet’s award-winning platform, will ensure there is no downtime or glitches and that players receive a superior mobile casino experience.

ICE36 will boast a massive game portfolio thanks to the 3,000+ titles provided by SkillOnNet, including slots from popular developers such as Big Time Gaming, Red Tiger Gaming, NetEnt, Microgaming and more.

Players will also have the chance to win amazing instant cash prizes, accept lucrative bonuses, take part in progressive jackpots and mega jackpots while also competing in daily casino tournaments.

A spokesperson for Prime Gaming, said: “ICE36 promises to rewrite the rulebook for mobile casino and will deliver a player experience like no other. We wanted to work with SkillOnNet to launch ICE36 as they already power some of our other online casino brands and we have been very pleased with their platform and the success we have achieved.”

“Another big plus for us was SkillOnNet’s licences in the UK, Sweden, Denmark, MGA and Spain as we have plans to enter these regulated markets.”

Michael Golembo from SkillOnNet, said: “We are thrilled to continue what has been a very successful partnership with Prime Gaming by powering ICE36 which will revolutionise mobile casino.”

“The SkillOnNet platform really is the best in the business and, when combined with our licences in key regulated markets, allows us to provide our partners with a strong foundation for success.”

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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