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RAW iGaming SuperSlice games, to go live first in the EU with Videoslots
RAW, the pink shark in the sea of sameness, plans to “stand out” on the biggest online casino offering in the EU by going live with Videoslots, offering all games powered by the patent-pending SuperSlice and the brand new SuperTracks engines.
The deal, including all new RAW game engines, SuperSlice and SuperTracks, as well as the existing slot catalogue through the RAW iGaming purchase of Leander Games. The unique RAW games will launch in June and will be made available on the groundbreaking and innovative Battle of Slots concept that Videoslots has pioneered and perfected over the years.
The paramount partnership means Videoslots becomes the first partner to offer RAWs full game portfolio in most of the regulated markets in Europe, including MGA, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Germany and Denmark.
Tom Wood, CEO of RAW iGaming, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to offer our games to one of the premium casino destinations online as well as launch on to their unique Battle of Slots system. Videoslots is one of the true pioneers in Casino gamification and has always been in the forefront of pushing the envelope. With the addition of SuperSlice and SuperTracks within their Casino we are honoured they have taken the step to add our innovative and unique games to bring differentiation to their sea of sameness.”
Ulle Skottling, Deputy CEO of Videoslots, said: “We are thrilled to be the first to offer the new and exciting SuperSlice and SuperTracks engines in Europe as well as for the opportunity to offer the games to players enjoying our popular Battle of Slots offering. We have the biggest online casino offering in iGaming and it wouldn’t make sense to miss an opportunity to be the first to offer one of the markets most exciting new game innovations to our players. We very excited to see how players respond to these games and how RAW further develops them as new innovative experiences for players.”