Merkur Gaming and Reel Games Partnership Starts 2024 with a Bang


Merkur Gaming and Reel Games celebrate success: The partners have installed over 20 multigamers at the Jade Casino in Trinidad & Tobago. All gaming machines include the proven Linked Progressives Link Zone as well as Link Zone II, Solar Link, Merkur Mystery, and the acclaimed Red Pocket Jackpot. With this modern offering, Merkur Gaming and Reel Games elevate the gaming experience in the Caribbean to a whole new level.

The two companies entered into a promising distribution partnership at the beginning of last year, whereby the Florida-based company Reel Games is responsible for marketing and servicing Merkur Gaming products in Central America and the Caribbean. Reel Games has been a leading distributor of slot machines, multiplayer roulette terminals, and progressive jackpot systems in the US for decades.

“With Reel Games as a strong and reliable partner by our side, we are able to further expand and strengthen our business activities in the Caribbean with a focus on the future,” Tomás Mieles, Business Development Manager Casino Spain & Sales Coordinator Latin America at Merkur Gaming, said.

Sean Smith, President and Founder of Reel Games Inc., said: “We are incredibly proud and grateful to introduce the new highlights from the Merkur Gaming portfolio to the Caribbean gaming market. I am confident that these will achieve great success and receive tremendous acclaim from the players. The fact that we were able to achieve such a comprehensive setup in our collaboration is a great proof for the success of our partnership.”

Allan Bhagan, co-owner of the Jade Monkey Restaurant and Casino, said: “For more than two years, we have been actively searching for new and innovative products to make the gaming experience in our casino even more attractive and enjoyable. Thanks to the diverse product portfolio of Merkur Gaming, we are now able to provide the most varied and attractive gaming and jackpot offering of the past 20 years.”

Currently, over 20 countries in the Caribbean have legalized gambling. Around 22,000 slot machines and 1280 gaming tables provide fun and entertainment in approximately 160 different casinos in the Caribbean. A recently established gambling commission is responsible for issuing casino licenses, whereas they were previously only issued for private member clubs for a long time.

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