Merkur’s edict egaming expects Apparat’s portfolio to be ‘a big hit’

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Apparat Gaming has praised its latest aggregation agreement after the slot supplier offered its content to online casino aggregator edict egaming

Operating as a Merkur Group subsidiary, edict can now offer its network of operator partners a whole host of Apparat Gaming slots, adding them to its catalogue of over 200 curated online casino games. 

Martin Frindt, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Apparat Gaming, stated: “Given Apparat Gaming’s German roots, we’re delighted to be teaming up with a Hamburg-born business-like edict.

“Adding our titles to their line-up will give operators access to our over 30 top slots that all come with our signature German accent, and we can’t wait to hear how they’re received by customers.”

The deal will see edict’s partners’ platforms and their players gain access to over 30 Apparat slots, including German-themed title Autobahn Alarm and angling-themed slot Fishin’ the Biggest. 

Dominic-Daniel Lienard, CEO at edict, added: “Since launching our aggregator solution, edict has compiled a stellar portfolio of releases from some of the top developers in Germany and beyond – and adding Apparat Gaming titles will strengthen this roster further.

“With great graphics, unique themes, and innovative bonus features, we’re sure their slots will be a huge hit with our operators.”

Forming lucrative aggregation partnerships has been a recent target for Apparat Gaming as this deal comes not long after the studio signed up to Hölle Games’ aggregation service,