Online casino operator Videoslots has deepened its position in the Danish market after welcoming a selection of slots content from long-time partner Play’n Go.

Aiming to offer players “more slots than ever,” the operators expanding Danish customer base will now have access to a wide range of Play’n Go titles in a move designed to further build its reputation in the regulated market.

The deal has seen Videoslots go live with the developer’s latest hits such as Annihilator, Ring Of Odin, Sticky Joker and Testament, as well as Book Of Dead.

Alexander Lapinniemi, account manager at Play’n Go, commented: “Our team has worked hard to put together an exciting, engaging and diverse portfolio and it’s great that it has been recognised by Videoslots and its Danish operations.

“Videoslots is continually challenging itself to become bigger and better and with the help of our slots we are sure we can help them on their way as we too enhance our industry reputation.” 

Videoslots and Play’n Go laud the formation of “a formidable relationship,” having worked together since the operator first agreed a deal to host its content back in 2013.

William Ahlberg, head of casino at, added: “The Danish market is a very important one for us and we are delighted to have partnered with Play’n Go once again to expand our offering there.

“Play’n Go create some of igaming’s most exciting and engaging products and it’s great to be able to share them with our Danish players. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership together.”

Last month Danish Gambling Authority Spillemyndigheden was successful in taking action to block a further 16 websites from the market after bringing fresh action to the District Court.

Taking the total number of successful actions against illegal entities to 90 since 2012, this becomes the sixth time that the authority has gone to court to have illegal websites blocked that, without a licence, offer betting, online casino and skin betting to Danes.