edict egaming, a subsidiary of Gauselmann Group’s Merkur Interactive, has signed a deal to supply its full portfolio of slots to Malta-licensed software and platform provider EveryMatrix.

A selection of ten Merkur slots will be delivered using the edict Game Bridge remote gaming server, with the deal marking the first time edict has partnered a B2B casino software provider.

Among the games to go live are the Sherlock Holmes-themed 221B Baker Street, as well as Double Triple Chance and Magic Mirror.

“We are very pleased with this new partnership,” edict chief executive Dominic-Daniel Lienard said. “The operators using the Everymatrix software will benefit from the Merkur slot games and the unique player experience that our games offer.”

EveryMatrix executive chairman Stian Hornsletten commented that the company's selection as the first supplier to offer edict’s content illustrates its commitment to providing the largest slot catalogue, the highest quality games and the best titles in the industry.

The games will initially be rolled out with Jetbull, with ten more operators launching the slots in the coming days.

 

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