EveryMatrix extends casino content with Edict eGaming Merkur slots

everymatrix2014German casino software provider Edict eGaming has recently struck a collaborative deal with EveryMatrix, another software provider, but headquartered in Romania and serving international markets.

The purpose of the deal is for Edict to a remote game server named Game Bridge to deliver Merkur slots through an API. At the end of the process, Merkur slots will have been added to the EveryMatrix gaming library.

Dominic-Daniel Lienard, who is the current CEO of Edict, spoke of his pleasure at the new partnership: “Operators using the EveryMatrix software will benefit from the Merkur slot games and the unique player experience.”

EveryMatrix provides complete software solutions to online gambling operators who desire multiple channels as part of their offering. Following this deal, ten Merkur slots will now be made available to multichannel EveryMatrix sites providing sports betting and casino gaming to users.

The first of the multichannel operators to receive the slots is Jetbull, after which the games will be launched at an additional ten sites. As for what players can expect, Edict creates visually rich slots and other casino games.

Thus far in the developer’s history, some of the more popular games have included the likes of Double Triple Chance and Magic Mirror. However, it would have to be the Sherlock Holmes-inspired 221B Baker Street that demands attention. Recent TV shows and movies have proven that there is still a widespread interest in Sherlock Holmes.

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