MERKUR Casino Relocates Headquarters to Bolster Growth

MERKUR Casino, a prominent player in the igaming industry, has recently transitioned its national headquarters to a new, strategically located office space within the vibrant business district of Milton Keynes. This move underscores the company’s commitment to growth and expansion within the gaming sector.

Previously situated in Seebeck House, Knowlhill, MERKUR Casino has now taken up residence on the second floor of Matrix House, located at North Fourth Street. The company has secured a 10-year lease for the office, encompassing 12,541 sq. ft of space. This relocation, notable for being the largest office letting in Milton Keynes for the year 2023, represents a significant step forward in MERKUR Casino’s strategic development.

In conjunction with this move, MERKUR Casino is executing a comprehensive nationwide initiative, investing over £5 million into the UK high streets over the forthcoming 12 months. This investment aims to launch new MERKUR Slots venues, bolster local economies, and generate new employment opportunities. This initiative not only highlights MERKUR Casino’s dedication to its growth but also its commitment to contributing positively to the communities it serves.

Commenting on the office move, Mark Schertle, chief operating officer for MERKUR Casino UK said; “This move is a major milestone in our business expansion plans and it paves the way for our future to grow the team even more in the year ahead.

“We’ve enjoyed 10 years at our old office, but as our business and team continues to expand across the UK at a rapid rate, we need a new headquarters. With the well-being of our entire staff a top priority, we are looking forward to the upgraded amenities and facilities, which will enable us to offer an optimal work environment for everyone.”

Mark continued: “I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved, we’re delighted to call Matrix House our new Milton Keynes home and very much looking forward to the next chapter for our business.”

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