Skottling, who officially moved into the new position on 1 March, will focus on building the operator’s cooperate structure and organisation.
Skottling joined Videoslots in September 2016 as chief operating officer, prior to which he spent two years as deputy managing director at NetEnt.
“It is a very exciting time to be at Videoslots and I am delighted to continue working closely with the senior management team to take the business on to bigger and better things,” Skottling said.
Videoslots chief executive Alexander Stevendahl added: “Ulle has worked tirelessly to get Videoslots to where we are today and fully deserves his new title and position of authority.
“We now have the opportunity to grow the business, not only in terms of the huge range of games for which we have become famous, but into new regulated markets where we can entertain a new generation of players with those games.”
The appointment comes after Videoslots last month entered into the Danish market in partnership with supplier Nolimit City.