edict egaming, the iGaming subsidiary of Germany’s Gauselmann Group, has signed a deal with Amaya to supply a range of casino games that will launch across its PokerStars and Full Tilt brands.
Through the agreement PokerStars and Full Tilt players will be able to access Merkur slot games, using edict’s Game Bridge which will deliver the content via a simple integration.
The Merkur slot content is especially popular in Central Europe due to its success in the land-based gaming market, with the games renowned for their unique mathematic and special win features.
“This is a great opportunity for Amaya and edict to offer a fun new product to their players,” edict chief executive Dominic-Daniel Lienard commented. “I am sure their large players base will enjoy the unique experience that the Merkur slot games offer.”
Amaya director of casino Sam Hobcraft said: “We are very pleased to give our players the choice to play these new games, and expect that they will be particularly popular in Central Europe.
“This will make the casino experience at PokerStars and Full Tilt even more exciting, and helps us to deliver on our commitment to offer a wide variety of high quality, fun and thrilling games,” he explained.