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SkillOnNet purchase JackpotParty.com from Williams Interactive

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liers Williams Interactive have sold their JackpotParty.com casino to providers and operators SkillOnNet.

JackpotParty.com ceased operations on 18 February and players will now be migrated to SlotsMagic.com, a new site built on the SkillOnNet platform specifically for JackpotParty.com players.

Williams Interactive have now exited the real-money UK B2C market.

Williams Interactive chief executive Orrin J. Edidin said: “After four years operating the award-winning JackpotParty.com online casino, Williams Interactive is now focusing its efforts and resources on the best-in-class digital distribution of our unrivalled content library of casino games.”

Andy Andrew, business development manager for SkillOnNet, added: “SkillOnNet will offer the same classic WMS slots JackpotParty.com players have come to love, plus our suite of exclusive 3D slots and games from many other popular slot providers.”
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