Edict eGaming to celebrate 25th year in the iGaming industry


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Edict eGaming to celebrate 25th year in the iGaming industry

Edict egaming GmbH, a renowned iGaming company headquartered in Germany, recently marked its 25th anniversary.

Established in 1998, edict entered the iGaming arena as one of the trailblazers in the field. Since its inception, this casino service developer has evolved into a global industry aggregator of significant renown. On the 7th of September, approximately a hundred attendees congregated in Hamburg’s Altona district to commemorate the company’s quarter-century journey. While having a delicious meal, coworkers, colleagues, and devoted companions shared their memories of the company’s wonderful past.

Chief Executive Officer at Edict, DominicDaniel Liénard mentioned:

Sharing this anniversary celebration with those who have been with us during our long path is an incredibly meaningful moment for all of us. This anniversary serves as more than just a chance to recognize our steadfast foothold in the market and our expansive community of dependable companions. It’s also an occasion to express our gratitude to the dedicated employees whose unwavering efforts have been the cornerstone of our success from the very beginning.

The company has made many noteworthy accomplishments since its founding. It made history in 2002 by being the driving force behind the development of Germany’s first online casino systems. Notably, they also made history by becoming the first authorized supplier to broadcast roulette from a physical casino online.

In 2014, the company introduced its Game Solution, an innovative product that allows clients from different countries to be seamlessly involved in its extensive selection of games. Moreover, starting from its integration into the Gauselmann Group in 2008, edict has played a pivotal role in licensing popular Merkur titles within specific gambling commissions, providing them through its own Aggregator Solutions to a diverse range of gambling platforms.


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