Spintec powers installation of electronic games at new Merkur Casino Monheim

Merkur Gaming has inked a new agreement with Spintec for the developer and supplier to install electronic table games in Merkur’s newly opened casino in Monheim. With 510 different machines and a floor area of 4,300 square meters, this casino is the biggest in Germany. The parties have been strategic partners in the area of electronic table game manufacturing since 2018. 

The installation, the largest for Spintec in Europe, consists of 44 new play stations situated in an arena setting. It features a two-floor “Experience Arena” concept where visitors can play a variety of games from their own play stations. The games, which include live blackjack, automated roulette, and live roulette, can all be played simultaneously or interchangeably.

Furthermore, the scale of the installation justifies the use of two automated wheels in addition to a live blackjack table. Its height adjustability is an additional feature for the live dealer. High rollers can play roulette on up to three live wheels and two automated wheels at once with the installation, which also has live dealer interaction.

Athanasios “Sakis” Isaakidis, Chief Executive International at Merkur Gaming, said: “Our cooperation with Spintec is growing year by year, and we are very happy that we were able to implement an installation as important and as groundbreaking as the one in Monheim.”

Athanasios "Sakis" Isaakidis

For his part, Goran Sovilj, Global Sales Director at Spintec, commented: “We are extremely happy with our partnership with Merkur, who are constantly proving to be at the forefront of the casino business in Europe.”

“Our joint installations in Germany are already showing great performance and yielding very promising results. Our market share in Germany has increased to 7% in the last year alone, and we could not be more pleased with this result,” he added.

According to recent reports, Merkur Casino Monheim has seen 6,000 visitors during the first half of its grand opening week. David Schnabel, Managing Director of Merkur Spielbanken NRW, said: “With the ‘Grand Opening’ last Thursday, we experienced a brilliant start to our festival week. Our game shows electrified and thrilled the audience throughout the weekend.”