Skywind Group Casino Sites

As the somewhat mystical nature of its name may have already given away, Skywind Group is an Asian facing online casino software developer.


Perhaps not one of the most well known names in the Western world (although games are available at some European facing online casinos, we’ll get to that) Skywind has been making quite the name for itself in the Far east for some time now.

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About Skywind


Despite its attention being almost at the other side of the world, Skywind Group is headquartered on the Isle of Man, and they have offices on almost every corner of the globe, including Belarus, Cyprus, and Australia.


This global presence makes it clear how much drive and determination Skywind has, and also how successful that has proven to be for them.


There is something to be discussed when it comes to the name though, Skywind may be a cool sounding name, but if wind doesn’t come from the sky, where does it come from?


We accept that Wind would have been a less impressive name, but the pedant in us all takes issue with the tautological nature of the name Skywind.




If you want to play Skywind games and you are not in Asia, then there are a few places you can find them, mainly in UK facing casinos with the widest array of games on offer, such as SlotsMillion and VideoSlots.


While table and card games such as Blackjack can be found here, as can some arcade games like Fu Fish, it is in the collection of slots that most the attention goes.


The result is a barrage of, frankly, quite similar slots, all based on making very small tweaks to generic Asian themes, and that’s a shame.


Skywind are clearly good at what they do, and they are popular in Asia, but their games tend to shut out players from the rest of the world.