Slotmill has launched its portfolio of existing slots, along with future titles, with Videoslots, as the two link-up in a new licence agreement.
As part of the deal, delivery of Slotmill’s present and future titles will be made available through its partnership with Relax Gaming, whereby Videoslots gains instant access to the suppliers portfolio of slots.
“Being such a well-established and reputable brand, it is super exciting that Videoslots has decided to onboard Slotmill as content provider,” noted Johan Ohman, founder of Slotmill. “I feel that the player-centric focus by Slotmill is being recognised which is extremely satisfying.”
Adding to its recent link-up, William Ahlberg, head of commercials at Videoslots, added: “We are very happy to add the Slotmill games as they combine unique content with a rich player experience through light-weight game clients optimised for the mobile channel.
“We pride ourselves in providing the best content to our players and that is a key reason behind our success.”
The collaboration with Videoslots follows the announcement last month which saw the Malta Gaming Authority grant Slotmill a Critical Gaming Supply License.
Enhancing its presence within the slot sector, the approval was hailed as a “major milestone” for Slotmill, allowing the supplier to extend its operational reach, offering its catalogue of titles to all MGA-licenced operators.
Moreover, the slot supplier launched its most recent addition to its portfolio of slot titles with the release of Three Samurai, a 5×3, 20-payline video slot which expands and adds another row within the bonus feature and increases the bet lines to 40.