Videoslots Adds Slotmill Games to Library

Casino game operator Slotmill has announced that they've signed a distribution agreement with Slotmill, and will add the developer's slots to its already extensive library moving forward.

Slotmill is licensed in Malta and currently has eight games in their repertoire, with the likes of Three Samurai, Neon Dreams, and Lucky Lucifer all available for play now. The company also has two new games, Merlin's Fortune and Thunder Wheel, which will also be made available as they're released. The game delivery is being conducted through the Relax Gaming Silver Bullet platform, and has already been completed.

We consider Videoslots to be a good casino, as they have thousands of games available and have their payout numbers audited monthly. With that said, the site has been fined by the UKGC for not enforcing responsible gaming regulations and the casino does run lower RTPs on games where possible.

Commenting on the agreement Videoslots Head of Commercials William Ahlberg said, "We are very happy to add the Slotmill games as they combine unique content with a rich player experience through light-weight game clients optimized for the mobile channel. We pride ourselves in providing the best content to our players and that is a key reason behind our success."

Slotmill Founder Johan Ohman also commented, adding: "Being such a well-established & reputable brand, it is super exciting that Videoslots has decided to onboard Slotmill as content provider. I feel that the player-centric focus by Slotmill is being recognized which is extremely satisfying."

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Therese Williams // UK Correspondent
Therese Williams
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22 July 2021 - 2:56am

New slot providers wont make the pain go away for all the unhappy punters who play there.
The ball rolls on for Videoslots but I doubt it will bring back those once happy customers.

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