Booming Games signs partnership with Edict egaming

By Gambling Insider

Booming Games has secured a partnership with Edict Egaming, a deal that will see the game developer's titles made available to new operators through the edict aggregator solution.

Booming, which has titles including Monster Truck Madness and Book of Poseidon in its portfolio, intends to access new markets through this partnership, regulated European and South American markets in particular.

Edict CEO Dominic-Daniel Lienard said: “Booming Games adds an exciting new note to our existing game portfolio and we are thankful for the fast turnaround of the project.”

Booming Games CEO Frederik Niehusen said: “We see it is a natural fit. Both companies have German roots and we are happy to be able to use the edict aggregator solution, to deliver our games to new operators.”

In May 2022, Booming signed a deal with Livespins, committing to provide its slot portfolio for the provider's platform; this made the content available for Livespins streamers to broadcast.

Edict went on to detail the company’s plans to exhibit at IGB Live in Amsterdam in July 2022, where it will show new titles for the German and Dutch regulated markets, and new additions for Latin America.

Lienard said: “Book of Fire, an Egyptian themed five-reel slot is already rocking the community of Merkur fans worldwide this summer. Games as Pure Money, Pixilicious, Energy Burst or Alduin & Celdor are to follow in our next releases, and we will showcase them all at our booth in Amsterdam.”

IGB Live will be held at the RAI Amsterdam from 5-8 July 2022 and Gambling Insider will be in attendance.


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