edict egaming undergoes ‘big step’ after securing AGCO approval

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edict egaming, part of the Merkur Group, can now provide its games to the Ontario online casino market after receiving approval from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario

With approval being given to both the German edict egaming GmbH and Edict Malta Limited, the Merkur subsidiary is now able to offer Merkur online slots to operators licensed across the Canadian province’s igaming market.

Dominic-Daniel Liénard, CEO of edict egaming GmbH, has described the approval in Ontario as a “big step” for the company as it seeks to showcase itself to the igaming industry across the world.

“We are delighted to have received AGCO approval for our Merkur games in Ontario,” commented Liénard.

“This is definitely a big step for edict and we are very excited to showcase ourselves to new audiences on the global stage in this dynamic market.”

Established in Hamburg in 1998, edict egaming GmbH was acquired in 2008 by the Gauselmann Group, now Merkur Group, before launching its game solution in 2014 and undergoing a mobile-first approach the following year.

The company launched its aggregator solution in 2021 and back in April this year, edict egaming secured an aggregation agreement with the slots supplier Apparat Gaming.