The game will see 12 of the company's slots coming through initially, with more games being ported over as they're released. The games will be delivered through Leander's LeGa platform. Videoslots currently has more than 2,200 games in its library and made news last week when it picked up online poker group PKR's assets.
The company also announced their annual Battle of the Slots promotion, which sees players competing with each other to win cash prizes.
Speaking about the agreement Videoslots Head of Games Daniel Hansen said, "This additional content from Leander will greatly improve our already impressive range of slots. We look forward to delivering more of their first-rate titles to our customers in the coming months. We're very ambitious about what we can offer our players to take the industry forward, and it's great to work with a company that shares our outlook."
Leander Games CEO Steven Matsell added: "We're thrilled with the deal. Videoslots continue to innovate in the online slots sector, and I'm sure their players will love our engaging games. We share a similar philosophy on gaming: that the customer deserves more from their experience. Suppliers and operators must therefore work together to provide them with an improved service, and this partnership will give them that."