Peter & Sons now live in Ontario via SkillOnNet

January 9, 2024
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The slot titles will be made available on four different websites.

The game studio, Peter & Sons, will now have its online casino titles available in Ontario through sites powered by SkillOnNet.  

PlayOjo, SlotsMagic, SpinGenie and KnightsSlots will now offer Peter & Sons’ catalog of slot games, with titles such as Barbarossa, Books of Books, Wild One and Water Blox on offer. 

To create its titles, Peter & Sons works with various artists, mathematicians and musicians. 

SkillOnNet believes the addition of Peter & Sons’ portfolio will help bolster an already strong offering of content selected for the market. 

Peter & Sons’ Business Development Director and Co-Founder, Yan Bautista, said: “We can’t tell you how excited we are to enter a whole new market and to reach a completely new audience. We’ve poured our heart and soul into creating these games, and we’re thrilled that casino players in Ontario will now get to enjoy them, too.” 

SkillOnNet Head of Games, Jani Kontturi, added: “Peter & Sons is an important partner studio and so it was natural we would introduce its games to Ontario, which is proving to be a key market for us. This is a studio that loves to innovate, producing titles that are rich in pop culture and humor, as well as adventure and ancient myths. We know that Ontarians are going to fall in love with these games, just like we did.”    

In June 2022, Xpoint Verify, with a primary focus on sports betting and iGaming, also launched in Ontario thanks to a partnership with SkillOnNet.


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