Malta-based online casino operator Videoslots has enhanced its igaming offering after vowing to deliver an increased number of jackpots via a new partnership with Red Tiger.

Under the terms of the new agreement the online casino software supplier is to provide Videoslots’ players with daily and hourly jackpots to deliver an increased chance of securing a big win.

Carl Ejlertsson, business development director at Red Tiger, said of the deal: “Our Jackpot Network has been a hugely popular addition to our portfolio, and we are delighted to be working with Videoslots.

“Adding these jackpots give players yet another chance of winning big prizes on already popular games and the network is sure to help boost Videoslots acquisition and retention.”

The operator states that it “prides itself on offering players innovative content,” with the Red Tiger jackpot network, which has already paid out approximately €9m, now be available on all of the supplier’s slots.

Among the offerings encapsulated are Pirate’s Plenty – Battle for Gold, Dragon’s Fire, Wild Elements, and Phoenix Fire. 

William Ahlberg, head of casino at, added: “The Videoslots team thrives on innovation and player-friendly tools, so we are delighted to be working with the like-minded Red Tiger.

“Winning big money from small stakes is everybody’s aim and with daily and hourly windfalls now available, we are giving more Videoslots players than ever the chance to fulfil their jackpot dreams.”

CasinoBeats Malta returns to the island in March, with the second edition of the event set to be significantly larger than the 2019 debut – and supported by some of the biggest names in the sector, including Videoslots.

CasinoBeats will welcome up to 1,500 delegates to the Intercontinental Malta on 25-26 March, offering delegates four conference tracks and unparalleled networking opportunities with more than 100 operators present, along with regulators, leading suppliers, payment companies, affiliates and marketers.