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SkillOnNet came on the scene in 2005 providing a backgammon software solution first found at BGroom.com and later went on to develop other casinos games. While they are primarily a gaming platform, they do have a full online casino suite as their core game backbone in addition to carrying games from such names as NextGen and other industry leaders.
They must be doing something right as they are one of the very select few providers to hold a Danish license (white label MegaCasino approved by the official Danish Gaming legislation; Spillemyndigheden) and have recently announced a license from the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
In addition to providing their own platform to deliver games from giants like NextGen gaming over, SkillOnNet has more than 60 games of their own which represent the core games on offer at any SkillOnNet casino. All games are available as no-download Flash games that can be played right in your browser on any operating system connected to the internet. The casinos are also available to be downloaded directly to your desktop. Game load time is fast and game play is flawless, even for the more bandwidth-heavy multi-feature video slots.
All backend and banking facilities in the casinos are provided by SkillOnNet. 18 languages are fully supported and almost 40 banking options are available. TST has certified the random number generator and all critical transactions are carried over encrypted networks.
Games developed by SkillOnNet provide the core of the casino experience and are augmented on the platform by games from online giants such as NextGen. SkillOnNet provides over 60 of their own games including 35 slots like the new 3D sensation FlipFlap. Players will also find 9 table games, 4 roulette variants (high and low limits as well) 4 video poker paytable variants with 4 different hand count options each, about a dozen scratch games and a couple of special interest games.
We need to point out that the WizardofOdds.com claims the SkillOnNet to be rogue. We do show this information to be fair to our readers:
SkillOnNet software Added Dec. 15, 2012
SkillOnNet software is added because of a double-or-nothing feature in their games that is not consistent with statistical norms. After allegations of a win rate well under 50% at CasinoMeister, an independent investigation was conducted by The Pogg. In 303 double-or-nothing games the player won 108 times and lost 193 times. The probability of luck this bad, or worse, is 1 in 1,008,339.
Casinos using SkillOnNet software include EU Casino, Casino Red Kings, Mega Casino, Win 7, Oxygen 9, Play Million, Simba Games, Queen Vegas, Vegas Winner, Luna, BG Room.
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