Videoslots Enters Sponsorship Agreement with Neptunes WPSC
Videoslots, a leading igaming operator, has recently announced a sponsorship deal with Neptunes WPSC, a prominent water polo club based in Malta. The partnership is set to run for the next three years and aims to strengthen Videoslots’ presence in the country while supporting Neptunes in its mission to maintain its position as one of Malta’s premier aquatic centers.
Through this collaboration, Videoslots’ support will help nurture and develop some of Malta’s most promising athletes, while also contributing to the growth and development of the local community. As a respected player in the casino industry, Videoslots boasts a vast collection of over 9,000 games, making it one of the largest operators in the sector.
This partnership comes after Videoslots was recognized as the Online Casino Operator of the Year at the IGA Awards 2023 in London, showcasing the company’s commitment to excellence and innovation. With this sponsorship agreement, Videoslots is poised to continue its success in the igaming industry while also contributing to the growth and development of local sports and community initiatives.
Ulle Skottling, Deputy CEO at Videoslots said, “We are delighted to announce this unique sponsorship deal with Neptunes. This will further boost the already strong values we have within the community, and we are sure the next three years will be a successful journey for both of us.”
Matthew Bonello, President at Neptunes WPSC added, “Neptunes are very proud and pleased to have obtained the support of a company of the stature of Videoslots, a major player in its sector, just like Neptunes is one of the local leaders in aquatic sports.
“This sponsorship will allow Neptunes to continue improving our facilities, engage top coaching and support staff for all our athletes from junior to senior level, and ensure that Neptunes carries on competing at the highest levels in all competitions. We are enthusiastic about our association with Videoslots in the coming years , and look forward to a mutually beneficial association.”