SlotsMagic Casino has already added an impressive selection of NetEnt slots to the casino already this year, and today there has been a press release that SkillOnNet has just signed a deal with edict gaming which will allow them to add all the online Merkur Slots to their casinos. The Merkur range of slots are popular landbased slots now in an online format, they generally come with a low amount of paylines, very high win line potential and some great re-trigger potential in the bonus rounds too.
Flagship titles coming to the SkillOnNet casinos include 221b Baker Street, Magic Mirror, Double Triple Chance and Gold of Persia.
You can check out the full press release below as well as some screenshots for these new Merkur online slots.
SkillOnNet signs deal with edict egaming
Espelkamp/Hamburg. Popular B2B casino provider SkillOnNet today announced the addition of Mekur slot games from the Gauselmann Group via their online specialist software developer edict egaming.
edict egaming is the world’s exclusive provider of Merkur online slot games which have been tried and tested on the global land-based game market for more than four decades and are very highly rated by the players thanks to their outstanding quality and unique gaming online logic.
Andy Andrew, Commercial Games Director at SkillOnNet, states, “We are delighted to be able to offer this fantastic range of online slots which are hugely popular all over the world. This Merkur slots collection will complement our already large and diverse range of famous slot games especially in Germany where they are amongst some of the biggest earners in the business.”
With well-known titles like 221b Baker Street, Magic Mirror, Double Triple Chance and Gold of Persia the Merkur games have been praised as the most amazing ‘no nonsense slots’ with first class game design and lots of innovative game features.
“This is a great opportunity for SkillOnNet and edict. I am sure their customers will like the unique experience that the Merkur slot games offer to their player base,” comments Dominic-Daniel Lienard, CEO of edict.