Videoslots on course for 2,000th game

Videoslots on course for 2,000th game

Thursday, April 13, 2017 Posted by Sam Cooke

Online casino Videoslots is set to go live with content from Nolimit city after putting pen to paper on a deal with the Stockholm-based developer.

The terms of the agreement will see players on gain access to Nolimit City titles such as Creepy Carnival, Oktoberfest, and Space Arcade.

Ulle Skottling, COO at told Totally Gaming: “This deal with No Limit City builds upon our market-leading slots offering and we are on course to hit our 2,000th game very soon.

“We are one of the most innovative online casino operators and our recent deals underline our commitment to building the best portfolio of content in the industry.

“2017 is set to be our biggest year on record and with many more announcements in the pipeline, Videoslots customers will continue to enjoy our premium product.”

After being founded in 2011 Videoslots now hosts just under 2,000 slots and tables games from a huge range of providers, and we can expect that the 2,000 mark will be surpassed in the near future.

Skottling continued: “Our aim has always been to offer the largest collection of premium games for our players, and integrating high-quality slots from Nolimit City is another huge step in the right direction for us.

“Their expertise in design and game play is sure to provide further great entertainment and a flawless experience on desktop and mobile.”

Nolimit City boasts over ten years of experience and has bases in Malta as well as Stockholm. It has deals in place with the likes of EveryMatrix and Betit, and in February it expanded into Asia via a partnership with QTech Games. It recently moved offices in the Swedish capital to accommodate its growing team.

Jonas Tegman, Chief Technology Officer at Nolimit city, commented: “We’re delighted to be sharing our titles with Videoslots, one of the industry’s best slot operators.

“We’re very confident that our existing games and those in development will be a big-hit and prove popular with players wherever they are in the world.”

Totally Gaming says: Another partner for Nolimit City and another plus point for At the rate Nolimit City has been signing deals recently too they are undoubtedly a company worth keeping an eye on.

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