Merkur Interactive subsidiary edict gaming has launched a selection of online casino games with Malta-licensed operator Mr Green.

A number of Merkur’s online slots have been integrated with edict’s newly-launched Game Bridge solution, which allows operators to add new content to their games portfolio through a single application programming interface.

Ten games are currently available through edict Game Bridge, including titles that are already live across multiple channels such as Double Triple Chance, Magic Mirror and 221B Baker Street.

The partnership is the first to be signed between edict and a major iGaming operator, the company’s chief executive Dominic-Daniel Lienard commented.

“I am sure Mr Green’s players will enjoy the unique experience that the Merkur slot games offer,” said Lienard.

Mr Green’s head of casino Andy Braithwaite added: “We’re really excited about our partnership with edict and the ability to offer these incredibly popular casino games at Mr Green. We’re sure our players will love them.”

The deal follows Merkur Interactive parent Gauselmann Group's recent decision to create a new position on its board of directors to reflect the increasing importance of iGaming to the company.

Alexander Martin was appointed as a director in July and heads up the company’s new business division, comprising B2B and B2C online gaming operations.