Slot developer Blueprint Gaming has bolstered its position throughout Europe as the company partners with Rootz.
The partnership with the online casino platform provider and operator group will see established Rootz casino brands, such as Caxino, Wheelz and Wildz, gain access to Blueprint’s catalogue of titles.
“We’ve worked hard to produce a robust and flexible platform that powers great online casino experiences across our brands,” explained Tony Kjaldstrom, chief operating officer at Rootz. “This new partnership with Blueprint Gaming, one of the industry’s biggest slot developers, significantly enhances our offering.
“We are thrilled to work with Blueprint and deliver its quality slots to our leading brands, which I’m sure players will come to appreciate over the coming months.”
The integration via the Oryx Hub includes the developer’s Megaways titles such as Buffalo Rising and Diamond Mine. Furthermore, players from across the group’s brands can also experience Blueprint’s branded slots, including Rick and Morty Wubba Lubba Dub Dub and The Goonies.
Moreover, Blueprint is scheduled to continue to deliver new slots across the casino brands powered by Rootz over the coming months which will include its upcoming release of The Goonies Return.
Samuel Häggblom, director of key accounts at Blueprint Gaming, commented: “It’s amazing to see our highly-engaging titles go live with the Rootz platform and its online casino brands, enabling us to strengthen our presence in the European market.
“The group’s online casinos have formed an impressive customer base over recent years. With this new deal, more players than ever before will have access to our engaging suite of games.”
Towards the back end of July, Blueprint linked with SoftSwiss in an agreement which saw the companies directly integrate its content.
As part of the link-up, Blueprint’s content – including Fishin’ Frenzy and Eye of Horus, as well as Megaways titles Buffalo Rising and Diamond Mine – join SoftSwiss’ over 11,000 range of games from over 150 providers.