Videoslots Now Features 10,000 Games on Its Online Casino

Videoslots is the first online casino to reach this important milestone, having officially added more over 10,000 titles to its collection. The company, which was founded in 2011, has been persistently pursuing this success.

More Than 10,000 Games to Enjoy

The most recent accomplishment was made possible thanks to Raging Super2Ways from RAW Gaming, which is the newest title to join the operator and will be accessible in numerous regions where the required licenses have been obtained.

Given that Videoslots launched its 9,000th title in January 2023 and has added 1,000 additional games in the seven months since, this latest development is even more astounding. The largest library of online casino games in the world is currently produced by Videoslots, which collaborates with more than 200 providers.

Videoslots has stated that it will be concentrating on reaching the new milestone of 11,000 games and far beyond that bar. The company has not stated when this would be accomplished, but a reasonable estimate would be by the beginning of next year. As a result, Videoslots is most likely to continue to hold the title of largest B2C repository of online casino games.

The CEO of RAW, Tom Wood, welcomed the information and expressed his happiness that Raging Super2Ways had become a significant game for the operator. We appreciate Videoslots’ continued support and hope their gamers have as much fun playing the game as we did creating it, Wood said.

The Sky Is the Limit with Videoslots

Ulle Skottling, the deputy CEO of Videoslots, expressed similar enthusiasm for the alliance and noted that, when the operator was founded in 2011, the company could only have dreamed of such success. However, everything turned out okay, and Skottling reiterated that the business is currently on course to record even bigger victories.

Videoslots is also extending its reach as it seeks to grow in North America, with Ontario, Canada serving as one of its initial entry points to the thriving iGaming industry and its markets. The company’s most recent achievement comes after it was accused by the Dutch Gaming Authority and declared it would fight what it believed to be an unauthorized €9.9 million ($10.5 million) charge.