Nolimit City ‘lost for words’ after teaming-up with ‘juggernaut’ bet365


Nolimit City has heaped praise on “sportsbook juggernaut” bet365 after the igaming supplier detailed its latest point of expansion.

The commercial tie-up will see the provider integrate its entire online casino suite, which includes titles such as Folsom Prison, Remember Gulag, Punk Toilet, Tombstone RIP and many more.

The Sliema, Malta-based Nolimit boasts a library that consists of more than 50 games that feature several proprietary mechanics such as xNudge, xWays,  xSplit, xPays, xBomb, and Infectious xWays.

A bet365 Spokesperson said: “We’re excited to welcome Nolimit City into our portfolio of innovative and cutting-edge gaming content partners. 

“With groundbreaking in-game features built into exciting new slots, we feel that the partnership is a great fit into our exclusive games product.”

Mostly recently Nolimit gained the SlotBeats Slot of the Week accolade with its The Rave slot, which includes various features including Drop the Bass, Enhancer Cells, xBet, Double xWays Wild, Murder of the Dance Floor, Mashup, Crossfader and Sidechain, God is DJ and Busted.

Malcolm Mizzi, CCO & MD for Nolimit City , commented: “We’re left lost for words with this one! Having a direct partnership with a leading household name in the world of betting is something of immense pride and jubilation for us at house Nolimit. This shows how much we’ve grown and exceeded expectations over the years.”

In June, Evolution added yet another string to its igaming bow after entering into an agreement to acquire Nolimit City for an upfront consideration of €200m.

Tthe transaction also contains a number of earn-outs that could amount to €140m, which could nudge the total consideration towards €340m, payable in cash.

The company noted that the purchase falls in line with a “strategy of being the world’s number one provider of online casino games,” and follows past purchases made during recent years of NetEnt, Red Tiger and Big Time Gaming. The company’s wider portfolio also boasts Evolution, Ezugi, and DigiWheel.