022014 GTR_Williams Interactive logo_300Williams Interactive, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Games Corporation, announced an agreement to migrate players on its JackpotParty.com casino to SlotsMagic.com, a new casino powered by the popular software provider and internet gaming operator SkillOnNet.

JackpotParty.com ceased operations effective Tuesday, February 18th, and SlotsMagic.com has been built on the SkillOnNet gaming platform specifically for JackpotParty.com players.

Williams Interactive is exiting its B2C real-money gaming business in the UK, in order to focus its real-money iGaming efforts on the publishing and distribution of world-class interactive casino gaming products. As recently announced, SkillOnNet platforms have been integrated with the Williams Interactive Remote Game Server such that SkillOnNet players will have access to WMS and Barcrest online slot games on both desktop and mobile devices.

“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 unrivaled content library of casino games,” said Orrin J. Edidin, group chief executive for Williams Interactive in a prepared statement. “As we make this important step forward in our company’s journey to provide the world’s most compelling iGaming experiences, we have great confidence that SkillOnNet is the perfect partner to continue delivering the high-end player experience for which JackpotParty.com is known.”

“We are proud to be working with Williams Interactive on a project of such magnitude for our first real foray into the UK market,” said Andy Andrew, business development manager for SkillOnNet. “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. Acquiring the activity of JackpotParty.com will put SkillOnNet in position to become a serious player in the very competitive UK market.”