Spinomenal Games And Videoslots Announce Partnership

Spinomenal Games and Videoslots have announced a partnership that would “add more top-quality games” to the operator’s player portfolio.

Videoslots will be able to provide Spinomenal Games’ newly published titles such as Books of Skulls and Majestic King to its customers as part of the partnership.

Videoslots’ head of commercials, William Ahlberg, said: “We’re delighted to add Spinomenal’s slots to our extensive portfolio of high-quality games. Their focus on innovation makes them a very appealing studio, with people already enjoying their products across Europe.

“We take pride in the fact that Videoslots players will always have access to more games with us than at any other casino, and this deal showcases the addition of yet more high-quality content.”

Along with the recently announced Spinomenal slots, it will also give Videoslots players access to a number of other titles from its casino game library, including Story of the Samurai and Booko of Rebirth, with more to come in the coming weeks.

Sought-after quality

Lior Shvartz, CEO at Spinomenal said: “We are excited that our slots are now available with one of the industry’s largest operators and the integration is proof of the much sought-after quality of our content.

“The partnership will allow even more players in core markets to enjoy the quality graphics and intriguing features within our games.”

The partnership with Spinomenal Games comes after last month Videoslots reached a “milestone” launching its 6,000th igaming title.

Long-term partner Play’n GO’s launch of Agent of Hearts improved the operator’s offering even more, coming little over six months after the brand’s debut.

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