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UK-based slots developer Blueprint Gaming has announced a new content distribution agreement alongside the EveryMatrix powered igaming platform CasinoEngine.

Under the terms of the deal Blueprint Gaming is to deliver its portfolio of titles to EveryMatrix’s casino integration platform CasinoEngine, “enabling its ever-growing operator network quick access to Blueprint’s diverse range of games”.

Via this latest agreement, EveryMatrix states that its CasinoEngine enables access to 8,000+ games across more than 140 vendors and sub-vendors.

Stian Hornsletten, EveryMatrix co-founder and CasinoEngine CEO, commented: “CasinoEngine’s mission is to simplify operators’ access to additional markets, while supplying the finest casino content available.

“Blueprint Gaming is an established name, and we’re pleased to integrate their exciting gaming offering. They produce a variety of games, and we’re looking forward to receiving even more content throughout the year.”

As part of this latest agreement, a series of titles are to be made available, including Fishin’ Frenzy, King Kong Cash and Wish Upon A Jackpot, as well as its series of Megaways titles, under licence from Big Time Gaming.

It was also detailed by the slot developer that its integration into CasinoEngine is part of a international growth strategy, designed to allow the company to expand into new regulated territories.

Siôr Walbyoff, head of business development at Blueprint Gaming, added: “We’re delighted to have secured this partnership with EveryMatrix, one of the industry’s leading casino providers.

“In recent months we’ve made a concerted effort to expand our presence in regulated markets, and the deal with EveryMatrix gives us access to supply our top-performing content into new territories.”

This follows news that operator clients of betting solutions company SBTech can now offer players casino slots from Blueprint Gaming, after the two agreed a distribution deal last month.

Speaking at the time of the deal Andrew Cochrane, chief development officer of SBTech, expressed delight at being able to offer “branded games, such as Ted and Thundercats, along with its top performing Megaways titles”.