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Gauselmann Group renames Spanish subsidiary

The Spanish gaming company and subsidiary of the German Gauselmann Group Dosniha Gaming has changed its name to Merkur Dosniha. The Gauselmann Group considers this an important step forward to complete the integration process of becoming a unity within all the members of the group of companies and creating a unifying image within the group.

Dosniha merged with the German giant in March 2012, multiplying its value, the quality of its products and its operational capacity.

The patents for the games were initially acquired by IGT in early 2014 by Action Gaming, although the company’s partnership goes back to 1998.

“Merkur Dosniha has advanced to become an industry leader in the Spanish gaming segment in a very short space of time and has become an important member of the family-managed Gauselmann companies. The recent outstanding market entry in the bar sector also mirrors the successful strategy of the Spanish subsidiary. The next logical step in then to integrate Merkur Dosniha into the core brand of the Gauselmann Group,” explains Jürgen Stühmeyer, sales director on the board of directors of the Gauselmann Group.

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