SkillOnNet Brand Slots Become New Ontario Online Casinos Option

SkillOnNet Brand Slots Become New Ontario Online Casinos Option
By Christopher Boan
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

The latest Ontario online casinos operator to enter the province is Maltese-based iGaming operator Peter & Sons, who are bringing their slate of online slots to Canada effective immediately.

The operator, which is behind the SkillOnNet brand, launched in Ontario this week, giving residents a slew of iGaming options, including the company’s Barbarossa, Book of Books, Wild One, Voodoo Hex and Water Blox contests.

Barbarossa, which is the operator’s most popular contest, lets players use various multipliers that allow them to win up to 20,000 times what they put down, according to a company press release. In the release, Jani Kontturi, the head of games at SkillOnNet, called the move into Ontario online slots a no-brainer for all involved. Canada’s largest province has 67 other online casinos licensed across 47 operators.

“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,” Kontturi said. “This is a studio that loves to innovate, producing titles that are rich in pop culture and humour, as well as adventure and ancient myths. We know that Ontarians are going to fall in love with these games, just like we did."

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What To Know About Ontario Online Casinos

Ontario sports betting and Ontario iGaming combined for $14.2 billion in total wagers and $540 million in revenue between July 1 and Sept. 30, according to the most recent quarterly report from iGaming Ontario. Of that handle, or amount wagered, $11.9 billion came from casino play and $1.9 billion was generated from Ontario sports betting (the period from July to September is considered Q2 because the quarters begin in April as the province’s legal, fully regulated online gaming launched in April 2022). 

Ontario online poker accounted for another $397 million in person-to-person contests.

The province’s iGaming operators took in $407 million in gaming revenue during the second quarter of 2023. Wagering operators finished at $118 million and P2P poker operators at $16 million. While we don’t know at the moment where the Ontario iGaming market stands entering the new year, we do know that the 48 operators (including Peter & Sons) enter 2024 with a head full of momentum after a strong second quarter of 2023.

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Christopher Boan is a writer at He's covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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