Malta.- July 28, 2023 www.zonadeazar.com Videoslots.com has announced it has released its 10,000th title – bolstering its reputation as the leading online casino by reaching the target.
The operator has gone live with RAW Gaming’s Raging Super2Ways, expanding its unrivalled library for players across numerous regions including Ontario, going live in the Canadian province last month.
Since being established in 2011, Videoslots has become the first operator to reach 10,000 titles, allowing it to provide users with an unparalleled variety of games from some of the industry’s household names.
Videoslots launched its 9,000th slot in January 2023, taking a further seven months to add another 1,000 titles to its portfolio. Over 200 providers are now on Videoslots’ books, with that number set to rise in the next few years.
The enormous range of games readily available at Videoslots leaves its competitors trailing in its wake, retaining the honour of being called the world’s biggest online casino.
Over the past 12 years, numerous partnerships with the largest studios in the sector has consistently boosted Videoslots’ standing as a revered operator and it can now firmly set its focus on reaching 11,000 titles and beyond.
Ulle Skottling, Deputy CEO at Videoslots, said: “To reach 10,000 slots is something we would have only dreamt about when setting off on our journey in 2011 but it is testament to the hard work of everyone at Videoslots that we have got to this prestigious milestone.
“It is a real feather in our cap that the 10,000th title is from RAW Gaming, who have been a brilliant partner for us, and we look forward to more success with all of our suppliers moving forward.”
Tom Wood, CEO at RAW, said: “What an incredible achievement for Videoslots, reaching 10,000 games and to have our new patent pending SuperSymbols™ game, Raging Super2Ways, as the game is such an honour for a new start-up like RAW. We thank Videoslots for its continuing partnership and hope their players enjoy the game as much as we had fun building it.”