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Casino game designer Eyecon announced this week that they've reached a content supply deal with MrQ, a bingo group that is owned by Lindar Media.
The agreement will see Eyecon providing their full slate of games, which include slots, bingo, and lottery games. The developer started out as a video game developer in 1997, but eventually shifted to designing casino games, where they've fund more success. The group is owned by Playtech, and provides games to platforms around the world.
"We are delighted to launch Eyecon games on MrQ.com. Eyecon and the online bingo market are entwined, and so it's great to see a new entrant to the market. We believe MrQ will shake things up in 2019," said Eyecon Head of Customer Management Paul Gielbert.
Lindar Media's Managing Director Savvas Fellas also commented, adding: "We chose to partner with Eyecon as our players have been constantly asking for their games. The addition of Eyecon means that our players now have access to huge slot titles and player favourites like Fluffy Favourites, Shaman's Dream and Beat the Bobbies."