Online casino operator Videoslots has strengthened its igaming output on the Danish market, after expanding its ongoing collaboration with Malta-based software provider Nolimit City.
Becoming the group’s second operator partner in Denmark, the country’s players will gain access to titles such as Deadwood, Punk Rocker, Tombstone and new introductions San Quentin xWays and East Coast vs West Coast.
Malcolm Mizzi, commercial director at Nolimit City, said of the enhanced agreement: “Videoslots and Nolimit City have enjoyed a strong partnership for over two years now.
“It’s a partnership that we’ve been very happy with so far and it’s exciting to see us both entering a new jurisdiction together, which for us also means a stronger foothold in the Danish Market, which we value deeply.”
The two parties initially debuted a partnership in 2018, and following what is lauded as “continued growth” Videoslots is to launch the Nolimit City suit across all operational regulated markets in the months to come.
William Ahlberg, head of casino at Videoslots, added: “Videoslots and Nolimit City has had a stellar partnership for almost two years now. We’re both happy and thrilled to enter the Danish market with our partner and will hopefully get to cut the ribbon on more markets together ahead.”
Last month, Videoslots called for “greater clarity to aid responsible operators like ourselves,” as the group responded to an injunction handed out by the Swedish Gambling Authority.
Acknowledging the injunction, and potential fine for non-compliance, that was issued by the Spelinspektionen, the operator asserted that it was “pleased that it confirms compliant implementation of the bonus, deposit and time limits put in place”.
However, it called the regulations “unreasonable and unjustifiable,” and maintained that “they are also completely counterproductive to their declared aim of player protection and push players into the arms of illegal operators”.