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SkillOnNet Review

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Overview

All SkillOnNet casinos have been included on our Blacklist due to anomalies found in their software and the companies subsequent behaviour. As such the Software rating for SkillOnNet has been set to 0/10. This review will not discuss this issue but further detail can be found at
http://thepogg.com/skillonnet-software-non-randomnot-fair/.

SkillOnNet software is used by approximately a dozen casinos the majority of which hold licenses within Malta. It is widely believed that the SkillOnNet software company have a large degree of influence of the management of these casinos.

Graphically, the SkillOnNet casino platform offers a fairly high quality product. Not at the absolute upper end of the graphic spectrum a la Net Entertainment but of a high standard for a smaller casino platform. Game play is a bit of a let down being slower than many alternative softwares and offering no speed adjustment options. There are options in all games to allow the sound to be turned off.

The game selection to be found at SkillOnNet casinos is variable as they seem to allow their casinos to buy in their slots games from a variety of providers – primarily Cryptologic and Microgaming – and don’t seem to have created many original games. Their selection of table and video poker games is middling.

The SkillOnNet video poker games come in four varieties with differing numbers of hands allowed to be played at one time. They do provide an autoplay feature though we cannot confirm whether this plays optimum strategy. The double up feature pops up at the end of winning hands. Unlike other softwares you cannot play the next round without dismissing this feature and the games can be a little on the slow side when calling this feature up.

As mentioned above, the selection of slots games provided at SkillOnNet casinos seems for the most part to be bought in from other software providers. They do provide Return to Player information for all of their slots games. This can be found in the ‘Game Help’ tab, inside the ‘Cashier’, at the bottom of the help file.

Unfortunately poor handling of a situation related to the integrity of their software makes it impossible to recommend any player engage with SkillOnNet casinos.