Nolimit City fortifies its Danish market presence thanks to Videoslots launch

Nolimit City fortifies its Danish market presence thanks to Videoslots launchReading Time: 2 minutes


International casino operator,, promotes Nolimit City games in Denmark.

Moving forward with a great start to February, the Malta-based, award-winning, Software Provi der, Nolimit City strengthens its presence in the Danish jurisdiction as their partner,, embarks the Danish market. The operator is the second partner to enter the Danish jurisdiction, substantially increasing the Software Provider’s presence in the market.

Videoslots was founded by a group of Swedish casino enthusiasts back in 2011 and has since become one of the more reputable and well-known operators in the industry. One of the reasons for this is their vast selection of games, as they’re currently offering their players 4900 slots to pick from. Also boasting several tournaments and player events that have since captivated their player base and cemented them as one of the online casino leaders in the world.

The partnership between the two is a testament towards a fortified relationship which is blossoming into further growth. Having gone live together since 2018, and enjoyed continued growth, the Operator now hopes to launch Nolimit City content across all regulated markets in months to come. Danish players will get to enjoy classic titles such as Deadwood, Punk Rocker, Tombstone and new instant hits like San Quentin xWays and East Coast vs West Coast on the operator’s premium site.

Malcolm Mizzi, Commercial Director at Nolimit City, said: “Videoslots and Nolimit City have enjoyed a strong partnership for over two years now. It’s a partnership that we’ve been very happy with so far and it’s exciting to see us both entering a new jurisdiction together, which for us also means a stronger foothold in the Danish Market, which we value deeply.”

William Ahlberg, Head of Casino at Videoslots, added: “Videoslots and Nolimit City has had a stellar partnership for almost two years now. We’re both happy and thrilled to enter the Danish market with our partner and will hopefully get to cut the ribbon on more markets together ahead.”

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