SkillOnNet Launches New White Label Casino, DrückGlück.de

SkillOnNet’s new white label online casino has launched in Schleswig-Holstein offering gaming products from Merkur, NetEnt, WMS, Amaya, Bally, NYX Gaming and eventually Microgaming.

The brand, DrückGlück.de, provides both desktop and mobile games as explained in this latest TV ad campaign which can be viewed on YouTube.

"DrückGlück is unique in that it is totally German in concept, planning and delivery. It will be a casino full of entertainment appealing to the wide spectrum of German recreational casino players and hopefully for many Germans playing online at a casino for their very first time,” said Michael Golembo, marketing director for SkillOnNet.
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    Kimmmmie

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    I signed up and got 10 free spins welcome bonus. Really liked the layout and graphics. I tried other Skill on Net casinos but since I'm not sure how trustworthy they really are I never played at one for real money. This one might change that. On another forum someone told his withdrawals were processed within 3 hours. Which I think is very good. Min. deposit I believe is €10 so I'm seriously considering making a deposit here.
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    I tried this casinos free spins offer for sign up. Typical Skill on Net casino with many software providers but not all the slots from each provider. They give 10 free spins on Ninza Master slot. I find their site design really nice and I will try it in the future with a deposit.
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    @SassyGirlMe: Dont need to understand much German for this one: Its basically: "Are you lucky or not? Try it out at DrݼckGlݼck.de" Drݼck Glݼck means "Press Luck". White Lableling means, that you dont see, who stands behind a brand, in this case SkillOnNet. I think its an interesting approach since Gambling is still not full legal in Germany and Schleswig Holstein is a small part which regulated gambling for a limited time and there is only a handfull of licences that were given out in this period. They obviously dont even have one of these but operate with a licence from Malta. If they really roll out big in Germany it might be precedent for other Sites that recently shut down for German players like Guts or PAF.
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    Drueck Glue - Should be something really german style, huh? The name is not so impressive for me, but quite good casino look should atend me to try this new launched casino, especially I know this one operated by Germany bussiness, so no problems with payouts or customer service at all ( in my opionion). We all know, how big is the Germany market and how much casinos are all over the net, so this one should promote really good ones to attract some traffic. Market is overhelmed, so what next we could be surprised? No wagering welcome bonus should be grant , huh? We'll see =).
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    What? Don't understand German. Watching that ad really threw me completely off. That was really strange. I would never have thought this ad was for a gaming industry at all. As for "white label" I have never heard of that before. Maybe someone can elaborate on that for me. Besides all of my confusion, it does seem like its a company that is well marketed in the business prospective with other companies. SIgn out, clueless ME.
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    That area of Germany borders Jylland in Denmark and many danes live down there...part of the region was once Danish, but there were wars where the disputed territory changed hands... Yes it is not so relevant to me...except for geographical proximity...can't play there, however, I could play at the brick and mortar casino in Flensborg next time I take little trip over the border to Germany... What is a "white label" casino? Another thing I need to look up for educational purposes.

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