Videoslots announces sponsorship deal with Neptunes WPSC
Leading operator boosts standing in Malta
16th March 2023 – Casino operator Videoslots.com has entered into a new partnership with Maltese waterpolo club, Neptunes WPSC, thanks to a sponsorship agreement over the next three years.
As part of the collaboration, Videoslots has bolstered its reputation within the country whilst enabling Neptunes to continue its work as one of Malta’s premier aquatic centres.
Over the course of the next 12 months, Videoslots’ support will hugely benefit the development of some of Malta’s most promising athletes and allow necessary improvements to an industry which has close ties within the island’s community.
Videoslots has earned a superb reputation within the iGaming industry over the past 12 years, delivering in excess of 9,000 games, more than any other operator within the sector. This gives users the opportunity to delve deep into Videoslots’ glittering portfolio.
Last month, Videoslots was named Online Casino Operator of the Year at the IGA Awards 2023 in London, showcasing the dedication and excellence that the company is renowned for.
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.”