Online casino operator Videoslots has entered into the Danish market, according to a statement from the operator’s supply partner, Nolimit City.
The Malta-based casino platform and game supplier said it has expanded its partnership with Videoslots to provide its games to the operator’s customers in Denmark.
Nolimit said that Videoslots marks the second operator with which it has entered into the Danish market, where it will now offer its slot games such as Deadwood, Punk Rocker and Tombstone.
“Videoslots and Nolimit City have enjoyed a strong partnership for over two years now,” said Malcolm Mizzi, commercial director at Nolimit City.
“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.”
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.”
The organisations first partnered in 2017, in a deal which saw Nolimit deliver games via its in-house technology platform, with each slot made available on desktop, mobile and tablet.
Videoslots came under fire in January, as it was issued with an injunction from the Swedish Gaming Authority for allowing players to use reverse withdrawals to circumvent Sweden’s SEK5,000 (£436/€496/$600) weekly deposit cap.
The operator’s Swedish licence was extended until 31 December, 2023 in 2019, after appealing the Gaming Authority’s decision to limit its licence to a two-year term.