edict egaming, a subsidiary of Gauselmann's Merkur Interactive, has signed a partnership to launch a selection of slot games for Malta-licensed online casino operator LeoVegas.

The games will be delivered by the newly-developed edict Game Bridge remote gaming server, with the solution allowing iGaming operators to easily integrate Merkur slots using an advance platform interface (API).

It is edict's second partnership with a major Nordic-facing online gaming operator in the past month, following a recent deal with Mr Green.

edict chief executive Dominic-Daniel Lienard described the partnership as a great opportunity for both LeoVegas and edict.

“I am sure their players base will enjoy the unique experience that the Merkur slot games offer and we can gain from their mobile experience,” Lienard added.

The edict Game Bridge currently offers ten Merkur slots. Among the games available are titles such as Double Triple Chance, Magic Mirror and 221B Baker Street, which are some of Gauselmann’s best-performing slots.

Early in 2015, Merkur will make its slots available in HTML5, with the games to then go live with LeoVegas.

“We are very pleased to launch the edict games,” LeoVegas founder Gustaf Hagman commented. “Being number one in mobile we are delighted to get some of the best titles for the European market.”

Last month edict signed its first partnership with a major iGaming operator, agreeing to launch slots for Stockholm-listed operator Mr Green through its Game Bridge solution.

 

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