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    Blueprint Gaming goes live with BGO

    Blueprint Gaming goes live with BGO

    Author Mathias Jensen Published Published 03/10-2018

    Blueprint Gaming, the UK-based casino software and multi-platform content developer, has recently started to offer its full portfolio of slot games via BGO, a privately owned online gambling firm.

    Through the use of the Playtech Open Platform (POP), Blueprint gaming can now offer gamers an option to play its popular titles, including Diamond Mine Megaways, Paws of Fury, Wish Upon a Jackpot, TED, and King Kong on the operator’s online and mobile sites.

    Increased offering

    In accordance with the contract terms, Blueprint’s Jackpot King progressive games will also be available to BGO’s player base, giving them a chance to win some pretty generous prizes.

    As a result of this latest partnership agreement, Blueprint will significantly extend its global reach and make its content available to more gamers than ever before.

    Describing the deal, Jo Purvis, Blueprint Gaming’s Director of Marketing and Relationships said, “We’re thrilled to have partnered with BGO and deliver our range of highly-engaging games to its players.

    “In recent months we have grown our reach across the industry through various commercial deals and this latest partnership further demonstrates the demand for our core product offering. We look forward to a long and successful working relationship with BGO.”

    The move was also welcomed by Andy Dymock, Product Director for BGO, who said: “Blueprint Gaming has a solid reputation for producing exciting slots and we are delighted to now offer our players the chance to play its casino games.

    “We strive to have the best content available on BGO and this latest agreement with Blueprint Gaming helps us achieve that aim.”

    Productive month

    In September of this year alone, Blueprint gaming overhauled its acclaimed online slot offering, Genie Jackpots; signed a deal with Instant Win Games (IWG), a supplier of web-based, instant-win games to lotteries, to create instant-win versions of its popular online slot titles; and revealed that its fruit-style slot machine, Deal or No Deal—The Perfect Play, will be launched in an online version that can be accessed via mobile, tablet, and desktop.

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