Videoslots has expressed delight at reaching a “milestone” 7,000th game offering, which has been achieved via Pragmatic Play’s Gates of Valhalla slot title.
The online casino operator, which says the landmark represents a “dedication to both quality and quantity,” adds that this comes amid an ambition of offering “the most varied selection of exciting releases from the industry’s biggest names”.
Pragmatic Play’s Gates of Valhalla became one of many new additions to the operator’s catalogue in recent days, as it pushes to expand its igaming content offering.
This comes a little over five months after the group celebrated reaching the 6,000 mark, which was achieved via the Agent of Hearts game by long-term partner Play’n Go.
Furthermore, on February, 26, 2021, the latest addition to Greentube’s Cops ‘n’ Robbers slot series nudged the group’s catalogue over the 5,000 mark, following the release of the Novomatic’s interactive division Cops ‘n’ Robbers Vegas Nights title earlier in that same week.
Timo Thronicke, head of casino at Videoslots, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer our 7,000th game and feel that reaching this record high is testament to our dedication to both quality and quantity.
“Pragmatic Play’s slots are very popular in the industry and well-loved by our players, so we are proud to mark this milestone with their Gates of Valhalla game.
“Over the past year we have added another 2,000 quality titles just like it to our portfolio, proving player choice is unparalleled at Videoslots.”
Pragmatic Play’s latest slot title, the 5×5 Gates of Valhalla, sees players lifted from the battlefield and taken to the Nordic realm of Asgard.
Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, said of the release: “Norse-inspired games have become a real staple of our portfolio over the past 12 months, so it was only a matter of time before we returned to the genre.
“Gates of Valhalla features great graphics, absorbing sounds, and top mechanics – all of which combine to create a truly immersive experience for players.”