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Videoslots Limited Information
Who are VideoSlots Limited?
Some casino networks are easier to find information about than others. When a casino network company is based in the UK, there’s information that can be gleaned from a variety of sources, including Companies House. VideoSlots Limited, however, is based in Malta. It’s far from its own on the island nation – it’s become home to dozens of casino operators, all of whom enjoy the tax breaks they get by being based there as much as they love the scenery. As a Malta-based iGaming company, VideoSlots Limited holds a Malta Gaming Authority licence to go with the one it holds via the UK Gambling Commission.
The most popular casino site that VideoSlots Limited operates is, appropriately enough, VideoSlots. Most players – even some of those who play at VideoSlots regularly – aren’t aware that VideoSlots Limited operates a second iGaming brand. It does, though, and it’s called Mr Vegas. We’ll look at both of those casinos in a little more detail towards the bottom of this page.
An overview of VideoSlots Limited
The fact that VideoSlots doesn’t have a website or much of a web presence at all means that there isn’t much we can say for sure about the operator beyond what we’ve already told you. We can confirm a few basic facts about the business, though. The first is that the company was founded in 2011, and while it might be based in Malta these days, that’s not how things started. VideoSlots Limited was incorporated in Sweden and obtained a UKGC licence long before it moved to Malta and gained a licence over there. Nine times out of ten, those licenses are obtained the other way around.
In the absence of any official sources to look to for further information about VideoSlots Limited, all we can do is look to the few public posts that the business has made in other places. As an example, there was a job listing posted for a new VideoSlots Limited Payments & Risk Analyst in mid-2023. Because of the information that appeared on that job listing, we know that VideoSlots Limited works with more than 180 different providers. That means that the casinos it operates are equipped with the best slots and games in the marketplace. In fact, there are over nine thousand games available to VideoSlots Limited. We can’t say for sure whether all nine thousand of those games are available to players at VideoSlots or Mr Vegas, but if they are, they’d automatically be some of the biggest casinos on the internet when it comes to choice.
While it’s unusual for a casino network company to be as anonymous as VideoSlots Limited is, it’s not entirely unheard of. The fact that the company chooses not to publish much information doesn’t necessarily mean that it can’t be trusted – it just means that we have to look to the casinos that it operates if we’re to get a sense of the quality it provides. On its flagship VideoSlots casino website, for example, it publishes a mission statement.
The VideoSlots Limited Mission
You could easily blink and miss the “VideoSlots Mission” on the “about us” page of its flagship casino, but if you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you’ll find that it’s there waiting for you as a single paragraph. The mission is to become a respected, well-known casino brand that offers things no other company can. We can’t say that we’ve noticed VideoSlots or Mr Vegas doing things that other online casinos can’t do, but the operator is certainly respected, even if it isn’t especially well-known.
As well as having a mission, VideoSlots Limited also has a vision. It’s similarly aspirational – and a little vague – but it involves creating unique iGaming destinations that win the hearts and souls of the players who come to them. If VideoSlots Limited stays true to its vision, it hopes to offer technical brilliance, world-class customer support, and innovative gameplay. Again, we’d say that these are all works in progress based on where the company is now.
Like a lot of businesses and corporate brands, VideoSlots Limited has “brand values, which it considers to be fundamental aspects of the company’s identity. They’re not especially groundbreaking values – we’re talking things like “excellence,” “entertainment,” “style,” and “passion,” but taken together, they give you a sense of how the company hopes to be seen. In truth, it could do with modernising its casino sites if it wants to live up to a few of them – they’re looking a little tired.
VideoSlots Limited and the UK Gambling Commission
Those of you who’ve read everything we’ve had to say about VideoSlots Limited thus far will be well aware that the company holds both a UK Gambling Commission licence and a Malta Gaming Authority licence. From the point of view of our readers, though, the only one that matters is the UK Gambling Commission licence. It’s UKGC licence number 39380 and has been in force since March 2015.
To date, VideoSlots Limited has managed to keep its UKGC licence clean. The company has no fines on its record and hasn’t been warned or otherwise sanctioned either. That’s the perfect record to have from a regulatory point of view, and it’s the way that VideoSlots Limited will want to keep things both now and in the future.
The VideoSlots Limited Casino Sites
The line between VideoSlots Limited and the VideoSlots casino site is a very thin one. As the operator has no public presence, it allows VideoSlots to speak for it as a casino. This is the operator’s flagship site by default. However, it doesn’t look much like one. For all the games that VideoSlots offers – and there are a lot of them – it’s still dressed in the clothes of yesteryear. Neither of the casinos on this operator’s platform are likely to win any awards for their aesthetic qualities. They’re near clones of each other, and they could do with the digital equivalent of a fresh coat of paint. The games portfolio at VideoSlots is enormous, but the effect of having such a huge and impressive portfolio is slightly spoiled by the casino looking so shabby.
The name “video slots” harks back to an earlier, simpler era of iGaming. There’s a difference between traditional slots and video slots, and video slots were a rare thing when this casino went live for the first time in 2011. The casino’s name was a shorthand way of saying, “All the latest and most exciting casino games are available here.” Look very closely, though, and you’ll see that there’s actually more to VideoSlots than its casino games. There’s a surprisingly well-hidden sportsbook. We can’t imagine that too many people come to VideoSlots wanting to bet on sports, but it’s there as an option for anyone who wants to place a wager when they’re not busy spinning the reels.
You can find our full thoughts on VideoSlots by clicking the thumbnail above, which will take you to a review, but we can give you the cliff notes version here. Our assessment of this casino is it’s better than it looks but not as good as it could be. The cosmetic issues that it suffers from detract significantly from the overall product, and there’s a worrying lack of clarity about how long players might be left waiting for a withdrawal from the casino after they’ve asked for one. All of these things would be relatively easy fixes, though, and we live in the hope that someone at VideoSlots Limited will give the casino the attention it deserves in the near future.
It would take a very special online casino to stand out from the crowd while using the word “Vegas” as part of its name – there are simply too many casinos using similar names and themes for an average iGaming site to stand out from all the noise. Because Mr Vegas suffers from the same aesthetic and cosmetic issues as VideoSlots, we’re unable to say that it’s a special casino. In fact, if you were to load VideoSlots in one browser window and Mr Vegas in another, you’d struggle to tell them apart if it weren’t for the logos and a very slight difference in colour schemes. When VideoSlots Limited decided that it wanted to add another casino to its roster, it elected to clone the casino it already had rather than come up with anything original.
Being a clone of VideoSlots means that Mr Vegas has access to the same surprising sportsbook feature that VideoSlots does. The similarities between the casinos don’t end there. If you’ve seen a promotion or bonus you like the look of at VideoSlots, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to find the same promotion or bonus at Mr Vegas. Even the selection of slots and casino games at Mr Vegas is the same as what you may already have seen at Video Slots. That doesn’t mean you’re likely to get bored, though, as there are so many thousands of games at both casinos that it’s virtually impossible to play your way through all of them. It’s valid to say that if you like VideoSlots, you’ll also like Mr Vegas, but it’s also valid to say that you won’t find anything new at Mr Vegas if you go looking for VideoSlots sister sites. It’s a double-edged sword.
We’ve stressed the similarities between these casinos to such an extent that you probably don’t feel any need to read our full review of Mr Vegas, but you can do so if you wish by clicking the thumbnail above. Again, we can provide you with the cliff notes version of the full review here. We enjoy the massive games portfolio at the casino, and we think that the promotions that it offers have fair terms and conditions attached to them. What brings Mr Vegas down is its decade-old design and the fact that it has no specific guidance published about withdrawals or payment processing. If a new look came with a new banking page, Mr Vegas would be improved tenfold overnight. Again, VideoSlots Limited, the ball is very much in your court.
Full list of Videoslots Limited casinos
- Mr Vegas (Live)
- Video Slots (Live)