Merkur Avenue, the road that leads to the Gauselmann Group’s principal administration buildings, changes on its 25th anniversary.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the naming of Merkur Avenue in Espelkamp, Germany – the road that leads to the Gauselmann Group’s principal administration buildings – work has begun on the alteration of the road junction to prepare the way for a five-storey building.
The 14 million Euros project will consist of a 7,000 square meters office block building constructed to accommodate 300 staff members.
The avenue was named 25 years ago to mark the 60th birthday of Paul Gauselmann and today it houses a string of buildings, most of which are from the Gauselmann Group.
The Gauselmann Group defines itself as: “… an internationally active family-owned company, committed to providing leisure-time entertainment and gaming fun with small stakes and prizes, true to our motto “More than a game”.”
The Gauselmann Group’s core competencies are: content, technology and operation which allow it to offer the best quality games wherever it is allowed and at any time based on that legislative framework.
The corporate film about the Gauselmann Group made back in 2017 can be watched here.
More details about it can be found by reading HERE.