Merkur Games Arrive at SkillOnNet CasinosPublished November 24, 2015 by Lee R
Merkur games go live on SkillOnNet Casinos, together with a PR campaign.
Popular slot provider Merkur is now going live across an array of platforms powered by SkillOnNet.
Getting the Merkur Name Out
As part of Germany's multi-billion dollar Gauselmann Group, the Merkur name became synonymous with great land-based slots in Europe after dominating the land-based casino sector for years. The expansion of a German holding from a market where regulation has been arduous to full EU availability across multiple platforms is encouraging and significant.
SkillOnNet VIP Marketing Europe Kevin Cremer expressed his company's delight at releasing Merkur games for SkillOnNet's German speaking customers. Cremer pointed out that the “great design and tons of innovative features” in Merker slots will diversify an already expansive suite of popular slot games available via SkillOnNet-driven casinos such as EU Casino and Slots Magic Casino. This is a real chance to show German technology to the iGaming world.
The online slots are going to be integrated into an ambitious real-time advertising campaign as well. The Merkur slot games are expected to feature prominently on SkillOnNet’s newly regulated German casino Schleswig Holstein casino available at DreuckGleuck.de. DreuckGleuck itself is launching its own TV show at the end of November set to run for several months. The Merkur product will be a centerpiece of all DreuckGlueck online and offline targeted casino promotions.
Bringing German Content to a Wider Audience
Cremer explained the adaptation process of his company as looking “to use content that appeals in a home territory and this one couldn't be a better fit. What better way to help a new casino...than to provide it with one of the best known ranges of slots in the German speaking market.”
Some prominent SkillOnNet Casinos include brands like EUCasino, Slots Magic Casino. The difficulties of regulation in Germany sometimes overshadow the technology that is being developed; this is a real chance for a German iGaming provider to step into the light of the regulated EU.