Edict games in high demand at GVC

Edict games in high demand at GVC

Monday, February 27, 2017
Consumer interest shown in content from edict

GVC Holdings has reported "massive consumer interest" after launching casino content from edict egaming, a subsidiary of Merkur Interactive which itself is part of Gauselmann group.

The multi-year agreement, the second for GVC with a subsidiary of Gauselmann following its deal with Blueprint Gaming in December 2016, has seen a raft of new slot titles added to the GVC games portfolio, which includes Gold of Persia and Super 7 Reels.

This new content is being offered in dotcom and selected regulated markets via leading consumer-facing brands operated by GVC such as bwin, PartyPoker and PartyCasino, as well as on the group’s B2B partners including Danske Spil.

Jay Dossetter, head of media relations for GVC, told TotallyGaming.com: "Since the launch of the edict content, we have seen massive interest in them from our customers.

“Games such as Gold of Persia and Super 7 Reels, which are favourites in the offline world, are proving hugely popular with our players and we are delighted with their performance. Introducing edict’s titles is another step forward for us in building the best range of casino gaming available anywhere.”

Totally Gaming says: The chief executive of edict, Dominic Lienard, has praised GVC for its passion for delivery high level player experience and increased revenues. Initial uptake in the games, such as Gold of Persia and Super 7 Reels, has given both companies confidence that the multi-year agreement will prove to be successful.

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